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New Bolt-On Nitrogen Offerings: Four Nitrogen-Charged Shocks

Posted in How To on July 1, 2012 Comment (0)
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Looking for a quick suspension upgrade on your stock or lifted truck? All four of these new nitrogen-charged shocks bolt into the stock shock locations, front and rear—coilover/strut or smooth body, on your late-model truck, SUV, or Jeep. There are stock and lifted height applications of all four of these new shock offerings.


RS7000MT
Manufacturer: Rancho

The RS7000MT is a nitrogen-charged monotube shock with a high-pressure gas charge that is separated from the internal oil to improve damping efficiency. The shocks use a heavy-duty, 14mm chrome piston rod and feature a 46mm bore and piston to smooth out rough dirt roads. They have a brushed finish with zinc plating and a clear coat to protect the finish on the shock body throughout its life.

www.gorancho.com


Pro Runner
Manufacturer: Pro Comp

Pro Comp’s application-specific Pro Runners are gas-charged, monotube shocks with multi-stage valving to optimize ride quality and handling characteristics. The brushed, Zinc plated, and clearcoated monotube shock body is nitrogen charged to eliminate performance-robbing cavitation during compression and rebound. This allows the shock to dissipate heat more efficiently and reduces shock fade. The Pro Runner SS is the same shock but in a strut-style application.

www.procompusa.com


M95
Manufacturer: Skyjacker

Skyjacker’s new M95 monotube shocks are vehicle-specific shocks with a single tube body to help keep operating temperatures cooler in extreme conditions. The high-pressure nitrogen gas and floating piston technology combine to create a fast-responding shock. The M95 shocks have a 46mm bore and are custom tuned for each vehicle. They’re also designed for 180-degree directional mounting.

www.skyjacker.com


Performance Series
Manufacturer: Fox

Fox’s new Performance Series shock features a black-anodized 6061-T6 aluminum body that is said to dissipate heat three times faster than steel. The shaft is a 5/8-inch hard chromed alloy steel piece attached to a race-developed high-flow piston and application-specific valving stack. Reservoirs are optional on some applications where increased cooling capacity is needed. Strut applications come packed with coils so that no stock coil is reused.

www.foxracingshox.com

Sources

Rancho Suspension
Monroe, MI 48161
734-384-7804
www.gorancho.com
Skyjacker Suspensions
West Monroe, LA 71294
318-338-0816
www.skyjacker.com
Fox Racing Shox
Watsonville, CA 95076
619-768-1800
www.ridefox.com
Pro Comp USA
Compton, CA 90220
800-776-0767
http://www.procompusa.com

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