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2 shock or not

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by virtual"x", January 2, 2005.

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    1. virtual"x"

      virtual"x" New Member

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      Hey i finaly got my 3"bod lift, rear locker and 33x10.5x15's on order for my 91x eddy. however my current shocks are a little toooo soft (the are only 6 months old).
      the damb thing bounces too much when going over rocky/rough terrain :mad:
      and no i am not going to fast because if i was going any slower i would be in reverse. LOL :eek:
      i am useing "monroe reflex truck shocks"
      is there ANY way to get into a dual shock system? :cool:
      what do you guys recomend
       
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    3. clarkkent

      clarkkent Well-Known Member

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      torch off the single shock tower, build a dual shock tower, put a two tab on the bottom and replace. thats wut i did.
       
    4. Captain AirTime

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      or get some better shocks designed for what you want rather than a cushy pavement ride. Bilstiens are awesome. You get what you pay for, check out the 7100's ;)
       
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      ExplorerSportNu Well-Known Member

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      I don't think dual shocks are necessary unless thats what your looking for, old man emu shocks are great for offroad on onroad use, really stiff, rides kinda like a truck, kinda expensive though, I love mine ;)
       
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      OME struts for the Suzuki sidekick are superb too, so thats probably a good choice...
       

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