Eric's 2019 Wrangler JLU Rubicon is equipped with a Metal Cloak 3.5” lift kit, sitting on their proprietary Rock Sport twin-tube shocks. He didn’t have any complaints about the current ride quality on the Jeep, but wanted to see if it could get better in aggressive terrain or a heavy pedal - body roll, step outs, nose dives, those kinds of behavior could always be improved.

Fox 2.0 IFP Performance shocks were on the upgrade menu and we’d be taking care of the install right on the trail.


Immediately off the bat there was a subtle, yet noticeable difference in ride quality on the mild but rocky trails of Big Bear. The chatter and small rocks and obstacles were more subdued and evened out, just a tad more plush. Maybe it was confirmation bias, but it would later prove to be true as we put more miles under the vehicle.

The handling in the moderate-speed stuff, like the rolling terrain with unexpected rocks and obstacles, improved by keeping the rear tires planted a bit better and not skipping as much.

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We couldn't really tell much difference in body roll, dive, or squat between the two shock options. The Fox 2.0 IFP shocks are well known for being a really comfortable ride on the Wranglers.

The Fox 2.0 is one of the many options we carry, and that we'll be testing, for the 2019+ Jeep Wrangler, check out our Buyers Guide for the full selection.

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