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Old 10-19-2010, 06:18 AM   #16
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8 bucks a piece at harbor freight
can u post the link. I can only find the $14 and $12 ones
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try fleabay, thats where I got mine. Always put the car on scales in race trim, body and all. Replacing the shocks with links is goona hurt you more than help. Preload affects weight ditribution. Unless you have a car that is pre 05, balance should be close out of the box. Practice, practice, practice 3 p's
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