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Old 02-26-2012, 07:08 PM
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reat shock mounts

anyone know of shock mounts that do not need ot be welded? im trying to put shocks on from the ford 9 bolt rear end to a piece of 2x2 angle over it ive got the shocks. i want to bolt into the bar on top and was hoping to find something to screw onto the rear axle
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ya

ya i have heard of those i use them on my retarded brother/ they are a piece i think you should go with piglet shocks just take a retarded piglet put a chevy 396 a turbo 400 and bf goodrench tires and your off

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huh????????????
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This what you're looking for??

http://ubmachine.com/shocksrear.html

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way more info would be good
if it is a leaf spring car, you could find some of these style mounts for your U-bolts
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ya i have heard of those i use them on my retarded brother/ they are a piece i think you should go with piglet shocks just take a retarded piglet put a chevy 396 a turbo 400 and bf goodrench tires and your off

love you man yours truly the shrub beetle who only glance twice
I thought the mods banned this idiot?
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every ones suggestions were great, im going ot pick one and go for it. Thanks all, and I had no idea what that one guy was talking about... maybe it was me.

today im going ot give some payback. im going to cruise the boards and give some answers in things I understand.
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