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Old 08-31-2006, 10:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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14" or 15" travel procomp shocks

anyone got any part numbers? good place to order some? 45 minutes later and google isnt helping , i need some real cheap temporary long travel shocks thanks for any and all help
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Ive got a pair of 15"s sitting in my garage waiting to go on my truck.
they are the longest eye to eye that they do in the standard ES range, and only have an eye at each end(not a spike)
just call the dealers, they are the same cost for all lengths here in UK(about 39 pounds each)
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Ive got a pair of 15"s sitting in my garage waiting to go on my truck.
they are the longest eye to eye that they do in the standard ES range, and only have an eye at each end(not a spike)
just call the dealers, they are the same cost for all lengths here in UK(about 39 pounds each)

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ttt...friend of mine who doesn't have an internet connection at the moment...so i'll move it up...looking for some "CHEAP"..."TEMPORARY" shocks...don't have to be great..something in the $50-60 range....


if anyone has a site on the net for Pro Comp 15" travel shocks..shoot me a PM...
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PORC here on pbb has their own shocks that are pretty much es3000's...or knowing the shock industry, probably the exact same shock rebadged... but anyway, porc's are cheaper and their service is 10x that of 4wpw.
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anyone got any part numbers? good place to order some? 45 minutes later and google isnt helping , i need some real cheap temporary long travel shocks thanks for any and all help

In less than 5 min on Summitracing.com I found the exp-332000 shock that looks to have roughly the same dimensions as the 9012 Rancho part # at 32" fully Extended and about 14" travel
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