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Couple shock pics

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Bubba Ray Boudreaux, Feb 16, 2003.

  1. Bubba Ray Boudreaux

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    ? greasable shocks? look old, what are they from?
     
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    1970'S era Class 3 Jeep. Don't have a clue how they mount, I'm gonna take the pics over to a dezert board to find out.
     
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    looks like they mount the way a stock k5 steering stabilizer would. They have their own stud just put them through a mounting hole on the axle and bolt.
     
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    A single-shear connection? Boy I sure hope it's a stabilizer and not a "real" shock!

    I sure wouldn't trust a connection like that on MY truck.
     
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    A single-shear connection? Boy I sure hope it's a stabilizer and not a "real" shock!

    I sure wouldn't trust a connection like that on MY truck.

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    Sure as heck has thrown me the first time I saw them. I'm going to try to dig up some pics of them mounted. Considering the technology today, they are pretty scary looking.
     

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