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I was at 4wheelParts yesterday, checking on jeep stuff with my friend. I was talking to the counter guy about more flex ideas on my yota(just to see what they would say).

and he told me about new 36" shocks from ProComp...they've only known for about 2 weeks now...has anyone see/heard about them???
Well for $30 each I thought I'd try them out.
 

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what's the short side, and the end type?
 

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Just how long they are means little to me - they may be 36" but if compressed they are 22" they are nothing better than what is already on the market...

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Originally posted by DRM:
<STRONG>Just how long they are means little to me - they may be 36" but if compressed they are 22" they are nothing better than what is already on the market...

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just what i was thinking, tell me more
 

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36" have 15" of travel
10 stage velocity snsitive valving
1 3/8" banded piston
5/8" chrome hardened piston rod

[ 10-14-2001: Message edited by: PJR ]
 

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Originally posted by PJR:
<STRONG>36" have 15" of travel
10 stage velocity snsitive valving
1 3/8" banded piston
5/8" chrome hardened piston rod

[ 10-14-2001: Message edited by: PJR ]</STRONG>
Thanks, my connection took a dump yeaterday...
For everyone else, I find out more when i get them...sorry for the lack of info earlier.
 
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