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Old 10-13-2008, 09:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Rubicon Express Twin Tube Shocks

Anyone have any real world/hands on experience with the Rubicon Express Twin Tube Shocks? Here's a Link. I'm looking for budget friendly shocks for a full size chevy. Shackle reversal rear 52" springs front yaddy yadda... Anyway, I like the price on these shocks, I wish they had an eye on both ends, but I can make them work as is. So are they too stiff, to soft, or just right; and what were are they on Goldie Locks ? Any fade issues, was it after doing 90 mph through the desert, or just unloading off the trailer? Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

If you know of any other long travel shocks in this price range I'm all ears.

- Lee

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