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Fox 2.0 IFP shocks?

Looking to buy shocks to go with a set of leveling coils in my 84, anyone ever used the Fox 2.0 IFP shocks? From reading, lots of Jeep guys really like them, especially for the type of driving I do (fast gravel roads and fields, mild woods riding, not anything super crazy but I don't like going slow). Also, what's a reasonable estimate of travel with leveling coils and extended radius arms?
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Does Fox make these shocks as a specific application for Broncos, or are you just going to adapt them from a Jeep application? I'd assume the valving might be on the soft side if that's the case.
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A lot of people using those for desert applications...If you are talking about factory take-offs from Raptors.
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Looking to buy shocks to go with a set of leveling coils in my 84, anyone ever used the Fox 2.0 IFP shocks? From reading, lots of Jeep guys really like them, especially for the type of driving I do (fast gravel roads and fields, mild woods riding, not anything super crazy but I don't like going slow). Also, what's a reasonable estimate of travel with leveling coils and extended radius arms?
Would these work for sand too?

1995 Ford Bronco STOCK,Working on building this for the sand dunes with stock appearance.
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seems narrow for a truck this heavy. I'd want a 2.5" wide body to prevent the shock from fading if you like going fast.
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