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Old 08-15-2010, 04:23 AM
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New shocks for the 95 f150

Well its time for new shocks for old red... the rear left has already pretty much gave way and i am guessing the others aren't far behind so its time to replace the old buggers! I believe they have Monroe gas magnums on there now (the big yellow ones). I am looking for a heavy duty shock, i could careless really about the ride... I mean if i wanted a nice comfortable ride i would have bought a Mercedes They do not have to be top of the line i just need something that can handle a fair amount of beating. I do not want to pay up the ying yang for some but i dont mind spending a few extra bucks for some descent ones. All help/advice is appreciated! Links to where i can find them will also help a ton! The truck is a 95 f150 4x4 extended cab. 351w and with the single shock setup.
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New Gas Magnum replacements will offer the best bang for your buck....
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I agree also. The yellow Monroe gas magnum is a great shock.
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