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Hi all,

Has anyone ever heard of Andeck coil over shocks. I have a set on my old chassis that was built in the late 60's early 70's. They are a smaller diameter than todays coil overs but their bigger than say a motorcycle shock.

I have heard that Andeck made dune buggy parts and other accessories for cars. They are stamped Andeck 2911 are chrome and they were made in Japan.

Thanks.
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What if you decide you need stiffer or softer springs? Where might you expect to find them?

By the way, are coil-overs really old school?
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What if you decide you need stiffer or softer springs?
I know these worked well on this chassis.

Where might you expect to find them?

I didn't know for sure that's why I posted. Since I posted though I've confirmed that the ones I have are VW design and were used on dune buggy kits. I bought 4 of them yesterday.

By the way, are coil-overs really old school?

I only referenced old school because the drag chassis is old school. coil-overs have been around forever
Great points thanks.
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