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they are a band aid for wheel hop.

If you get yourself a good set of control arms you do not even need them.
 

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meh.. depends on the condition of your shocks and struts honestly.

I would opt for control arms and sub frame connectors before I replaced the shocks.
 

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My car is almost eleven years old and has 88,000 miles on it. Do you think I should replace them or not?
 

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Thats what I was thinking. Plus I kinda took it muddin by accident when I first was learning how to drive. HA. She deserves new suspension.
 

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That is the same exact shock/strut setup I have and I LOVE it. I really can't say enough things about them, they are stiffer than the stock shocks/struts which is what I wanted. They are so much better than the stockers. I also have UPR uca's and Lca's but I still attached my my quads since I don't think they would hurt anything on a DD:D

The gas-a-just shocks and quads are not in the pic.


installed: ignore the spacer because it's gone now.lol
 

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^ I disagree on not hurting anything on a DD :no

The quads are completely unnecessary on your ride once you have good LCA's. Dump those baby's and free that rear end up to respond better on corners :yes

Jazzer :)
 

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^ I disagree on not hurting anything on a DD :no

The quads are completely unnecessary on your ride once you have good LCA's. Dump those baby's and free that rear end up to respond better on corners :yes

Jazzer :)
The quads can cause binding in the rear?
 
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