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Old 05-18-2007, 12:17 PM   #1
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BDS shocks

so i just had to get new shocks for the front of my heep (rear ones are coming next week) the rubber bushings that rough country sent me with the 4 inch lift ate themselves and rendered the shocks useless so i went up to the local 4x4 shop and was talking to them about shocks i was lookin at skyjacker and the guy said he had some bds shocks in stock that i could walk with today and he would match the skyjacker price so at 40$ a pop i walked out with 2 shocks and boots. i installed them last night, didnt even bother fighting with the top bolts on the old shocks just cut them off and undid the bottom bolt and changed them out. took me about 12 minutes each side. anyways I LOVE THEM, i feel like i just put a brand new lift in the heep handles amazingly and i dont feel every little pebble in the road now. but the jeep goes under the knife tonight to replace the rotted upper rear shock mount i hope putting the new shocks in the rear makes it even better, sorry i had to brag im happier then a pig in **** right now.

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dont waste your money on junk lifts, save a few extra pennies and get something good.
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