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FS 4 Hydraulic Shocks

Discussion in 'Suspension | Axle' started by chevy_addict, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. chevy_addict

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    Rear part number (on shock) 650341, approximate extended length 30", approximate compressed length 18"

    Front part number 650328, approximate extended length 26", approximate compressed length 16.5"

    Purchased from Desert Rat June 2004, "Desert Rattler" model, used 7 months no off-roading, includes dust boots, $50, plus the ride.

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    ttt lower price
     
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    How much for the shocks? Just curious. You can post here, pm me, or email me @ jeepman198601@yahoo.com. Thanks
     
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    What were they off of? How much lift on the truck? I don't have a way to measure my travel. Thanks.
     
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    They were on a 1986 K10 Suburban. My dumb a$$ thought I had a 6" lift on it, so when I purchased the shocks I got them for a 6" lift (they matched the old, beat to death Rancho's that were on the Suburban when I bought it as far as shock travel). I recently put all new 4" springs on it and the height was unchanged. I always thought that the shocks looked a little funny :doah:

    Dave
     
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    How much for shipping to 92308 (Apple Valley, Ca)? Let me know. Thanks.
     
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    gmcjimmy88 has first dibs, hidesertwheelin is second.

    Dave
     

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