imho, Bilstein should be good but they have a reputation more suited for
off-road. For on-road, try Edelbrook. OTOH, Edelbrook are totally not tough
enough for off-road. Tokico gas isn't too bad either.
I put Monroe Gas Matic LTs on my 93 Trooper. It's also used as a family
SUV. Lots of city and highway driving and then the occasional back woods
I bought them from sears and put them on myself. Can't remember now how
much they cost.
I'm also running Dunlop Rover Touring LT - P245/70R16.
The ride is firm but comfortable.
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