|Plus 2 on custom valving.|
Im a radflo dealer and have them build custom valving all the time.
Just tell them what you want and expect from your suspension.
Yup, like having the built to order option. I have a set of said Radflo's, but valved for a lighter load to suit my needs. I also went for the adjustable valving (so the baseline was softened) to not have to compromise between street use and wheeling (the only compromise was to my bank account for that option).
I would talk to Fox and see what they would recommend. Probably wouldn't be a bad idea to see if you can get a weight front/back.
Technically the shocks should match the springs and the vehicle weight but there is a lot of room for tuning the suspension. Also makes a big difference if you run sway bars or not. you can have a much softer ride with great control with sway bars but if you have them off, or plan to, you may want to have the shocks valved a bit stiffer to reduce the body lean on quick turns.