F.O.A. Shocks

RanchoPacific Motorsports

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I have them on my truck, I have mixed feelings, on some shocks I received they leaked right from the start after opening them up the was aluminum shavings in the shock and also on sealing surfaces. They are fine for a play truck i would not trust them to racing, Eventually I would like to switch to king or fox in the future.
 

PDANK Racing

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Bought them in the past, wouldn't do again. king or fox
 

pwerwagn

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My 2.5 Fox’s have by far been the best, and abused the most. I’ve had better luck with FOA’s than Kings, as far as leaks/customer service.

If you want to run FOA, tear them down, clean them and put new oil in before running them. Call Chris at FOA and talk to him, he’s a nice guy.
 

GATRELL

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My 2.5 Fox’s have by far been the best, and abused the most. I’ve had better luck with FOA’s than Kings, as far as leaks/customer service.

If you want to run FOA, tear them down, clean them and put new oil in before running them. Call Chris at FOA and talk to him, he’s a nice guy.

I talked to him before the Mint looking for springs due to last minute spring rate change truck needed, at least he called me back, seems a tough thing for some people to do anymore.
 

michael.gonzalez

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I've bought some back when they were very course thread adjusters. Not great but maybe thev'e improved since. If it were me, I'd save and pay the extra for king/fox/bilstein/radflo.
 
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