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Mucho Dinero----RS9012's

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by jackedjimmy, Jun 16, 2002.

  1. jackedjimmy

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    Mucho Dinero----RS9012\'s

    Why are these so expensive......I went to my local 4X4 shopsand found that the cheapest price is $69.99 a piece.

    Where else can I find these?
    I know that 4 wheel parts wharehouse sells Rs9000's but they don't say anything about 9012's

    Anyone know if I can get them through NAPA?....I'm a prefered costomer there so I can get a good discount.
     
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    Re: Mucho Dinero----RS9012\'s

    theres a post that was just put up with shocks from autozone with 12 inches of travel for around $20.
     
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    Re: Mucho Dinero----RS9012\'s

    That isn't too expensive. I got mine for $65 each from 4WPW, and I think that they may have the "buy 3 get the fourth free" thing right now. It doesn't list #'s on their website, but if you call them and tell them you want 9012's, they have them. /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     
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    Re: Mucho Dinero----RS9012\'s

    get some DT 8000s from WTO, $35ish a pop and like 13" of travel.

    J
     
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    Re: Mucho Dinero----RS9012\'s

    what is the difference between the RS9000 series and the 9012's?
     
  6. Greg72

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    Re: Mucho Dinero----RS9012\'s

    The 9012 is part of the 9000 series.
     

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