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Are Pro Comp shocks any good?

Are Pro Comp shocks any good?

These Pro Comp shocks are less firm, and results in a good ride on the highway. For the price, I believe the Pro Comp 9000 ES shock is a decent performer. Fit was perfect on the lower perch, but the supplied upper mount (three choices supplied per shock) was a compromise, and not a perfect fit.

How do I adjust my adjustable shocks?

Begin the shock adjustment process by turning the adjustment knob fully counter clockwise until it reaches the 1/9 setting on the indicator. This is (obviously) setting #1. Turn the dial clockwise until you achieve designated adjustment. The firmest setting is one revolution from softest setting.

Is an adjustable shock a better shock?

Think of stiffer shocks as temporarily stiffening up your springs when you need it the most; we know that stiffer springs will allow a car to handle better, and the advantage of an adjustable shock is that one can adjust the shock to provide a little more stiffness to the suspension.

What is the benefit of adjustable shocks?

Triple Adjustable TQ Series Shocks & Coilovers The advantage of the TQ shock is additional adjustment of compression in both high speed and low-speed ranges. This extra level of adjustment can turn a good handling car or truck into an amazing handling car or truck.

How many miles do shocks last?

“Driving on rough or unpaved roads, towing a trailer or carrying heavy loads, can shorten their functional life,” says Reina. “With heavy use, you could be looking to replace them at 40,000 or 50,000 miles or sooner. Under normal conditions, 75,000 to 90,000 miles might be reasonable.”

What is the best shocks for drag racing?

The 8760PB-Drag is our best shock option for drag racing. The 8760 is a high quality piggy back triple adjustable shock that uses standard Penske parts.

What is the difference between single and double adjustable shocks?

Single Adjustable shocks mean that when you adjust the shock looser or stiffer you are adjusting both the rebound and the compression together, the shock will be loose or stiff both ways. Double Adjustable shocks mean that you are adjusting the rebound and the compression independently.

Are coilovers better than struts?

Coilovers are struts where the spring coils around and over all the way up to the top. The only difference here is that coilovers generally offer more adjustability in the way of ride height, dampening, and also allow the user to switch out springs for a more-custom spring rate.

Where to pick up Pro Comp suspension systems shocks?

Select your preferred location and we’ll note which parts are ready to be picked up TODAY. Select your preferred location and we’ll note which parts are ready to be picked up TODAY. Shock Absorber, ES3000, Performance Twin-Tube Hydraulic, Shock Boot Not Included, Each

What’s the life of a Pro Comp suspension?

Pro Comp Suspension has spent the last two-and-a-half decades engineering, testing and manufacturing products that will give Jeep drivers the confidence to dominate whatever terrain is ahead. The Pro Comp Promise Life Time Warranty is forever.

Are there any adjustable twin tube car shocks?

MX-6 adjustable six position twin-tube shocks that use one valve fits all tuning approach, each MX-6 is precision engineered and custom-valved for your vehicle. This maximizes suspension performance, vehicle stability and ride comfort.

What kind of warranty does Pro Comp have?

The Pro Comp Promise Life Time Warranty is forever. Pro Comp’s warranty goes with the suspension products on Jeeps whether or not the Jeep owner is the person who originally purchased the product.