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King Jeep Wrangler JK Direct Replacement Shocks

Posted in How To: Suspension Brakes on May 1, 2010
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King now offers direct-replacement shocks for JK Wranglers in both stock and lifted applications. This new line of shocks is made affordable by eliminating the external reservoir, making them an ideal upgrade for the average jeeper. Don't think of these Kings as being lesser by any means; all of the quality King components you have come to expect are still there, including 2.0-inch size, 3/4-inch chrome-hardened shaft, internal floating piston, and application-specific valving. These are true Kings, but in a lighter, more compact package.

1. Shocks are one of the easiest upgrades to do to any rig, and one of the upgrades that make the most difference. King is one of the premier names in shocks, and the quality is apparent in every detail.

We snapped a few pictures as these shocks were being installed on a customer's Wrangler JK at Off Road Evolution in Fullerton, California.

2. With the suspension at full droop, the factory shocks were removed.
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Off-Road Evolution
Fullerton, CA 92833
King Shocks
Garden Grove, CA 92840

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