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 Does anyone have them on their ride? I have heard they have a very rough and hard ride?

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65Camino wrote:


 Does anyone have them on their ride? I have heard they have a very rough and hard ride?



Agree 100%!  I put them on my 70 Cutlass.  Would never use them again unless you were planning to auto cross the car every weekend.  Just get the best regular gas shock you can afford and you will be fine.



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Are you coming to Eg Square tonight?

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Nope, can't make it, I have a business meeting tonight.
Looks like we may be back to the regular schedule of rain every Wed. night in any event.mad.gif



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A little plug for what I sell at work here. You may be very pleasantly surprised if you ask your GM dealer for a price on AC Delco gas charged shocks. They have a great price and we have had super good luck with them as far as quality goes. I won't buy anything else.

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I agree  just got a set for my old wreck in the garage...

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