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10-31-2010 08:30 PM
Help need rear Andeck coil over shocks

All, has anyone ever heard of Andeck shocks. I think they were used for VW dune buggy rear applications in the 60's. Possibly they could have been used on motorcycles too. Not 100% but I do know they came from across the pond in the early to mid 70's. My chassis was set up to use them and in order to use current coil overs I would have to refab the mounts because current coil overs are much larger in diameter than the Andecks.

Here's a few PICs. Rear-end is ready to go so I need to make a decision on shocks soon.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks 1930u

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