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IIRC, reservoir shocks are almost a necessity for heavy washboard roads because cavitation will get the best of the oil in no time if you dont have a res. Fox 2.0s with resis are probably your best bet. Not too expensive.
Problem with washboard is that you really do need the bigger body to help displace more fluid over the valving. The little double chamber shocks with 1.5 or small valve pistons arent crap at anything because they simply dont displace enough fluid and overheat/cavitate quickly. IFP is a bare minimum on a truck shock. Everything else is just good money after bad.
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2007.0 Ram 2500 MCSB Laramie - FASS150 - VB BY DYNAMIC - 2" THUREN SUSPENSION - 13.8s 1/4 - MM3 - STOCK INTAKE AND EXHAUST.. WERE RECYCLED, YEAH THAT. - AMPs - LOTS MORE STUFF SOON