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does anybody know where i can get som adjustable shocks for my 68 firebird. they cant be drag only shocks, that is the only thing. if anybody knows where i can find them, any and all help is wanted. thanks

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They used to sell them years ago, forget the brand, but you still had to remove them to adjust them.....better to have 2 sets.
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thanks, i have looked everywhere for them but cant seem to find them at all. whould a set of 50/50's in the rear and a set of either 70/30's or 60/40's up front be good then? i am leaning more towards the 70/30's but i dont know. any help is wanted. thanks again for the help

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I drove around with 90/10s on my BB Chevelle years ago, but I didn't know any better. 70/30s might be all right as long as you keep in mind that they are there, and drive accordingly.

I'm sure, some others will disagree.......seems to be the night for it.
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