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Old 02-17-2013, 06:59 PM
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2013 F250 Fox Shocks to Replace Ranchos

I tried contacting Fox, but I haven't had any luck hearing back from them. My truck is stock and I am not interested in lifting it. I want the Fox Shocks because I like the quality and performance. I am needing to confirm what model numbers I would need for my truck in stock form.

From what I have read the fronts are 980-24-676 and the rears are 980-24-647, are these numbers correct?

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Wow a whole year and no replies? I'm interested also. Anybody?
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I sure like that regular cab Hopperwagon.
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Thanks, in the process of ordering a 2015. Can't decide on color
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I have run the 2.0 IFPs i like em alot they are valved soft i recommend them to anyone with just a leveling kit or small lift WITH STOCK LEAFS if you have progressive rate springs you will want something more firm
the correct numbers for your application is 980-24-646 for the front and 980-24-653 for the rear
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What fox shock would give me the most comfortable ride on my stock truck ? 20s . I have a 2014 platinum f350 fx package . The ranchos are valved a bit stiff.
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What fox shock would give me the most comfortable ride on my stock truck ? 20s . I have a 2014 platinum f350 fx package . The ranchos are valved a bit stiff.
If you want the without a doubt softest shocks get Icon VS 2.0 Non Resi and Fox IFP 2.0's in a close second if you want to go even softer get Icon VS 2.5 but order them with compression adjustment knobs and you can literally just turn a knob on the top of the shock to dial in your ride ANY WAY YOU WANT it it sort of like the technology on the Rancho 9000s but they don't suck

If your truck is stock the Fox part #s are 980-24-677 for the front and 980-24-653 for the rear if you are leveled the part numbers are the ones I posted in the previous post
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What fox shock would give me the most comfortable ride on my stock truck ? 20s . I have a 2014 platinum f350 fx package . The ranchos are valved a bit stiff.
Oh yea and let some air out of your tires , its free and gives you the biggest ride improvement look at the inside your door an see what the minimum spec is and put 5 lbs less than that and that should keep your TPMS light off and improve your ride big time
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Thanks, I appreciate it! What dealer do you know of that has good prices on those shocks you mentioned?
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I usually go through SDHQ for Icon and Auto anything for Fox
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