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Old 04-28-2016, 07:27 PM   #1
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Fox Shocks - $230

I have two 985-24-009 Fox shocks for the rear of an Econoline with a 4" lift. This is what Ujoint sells and puts on all of their 4" lifted vans. I put them on, realized they were too long because the lower shock mounts on the axle had been moved and then took them off. They were on a total of 3 days, just around town driving. They are a little scratched from the install and removal so I am asking $230.00 for both of them (retail is 130 each). If your not near me and want me to ship them then you pay shipping as well.

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Old 04-28-2016, 10:39 PM   #2
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So, what if someone was just about to install a Camburg lift kit with only a 3" rear block lift? Not ideal?
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Old 04-28-2016, 11:51 PM   #3
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Well my blocks are only 3.5 and if I had the stock mounting locations on the axle then that would have been my 4" lift. So you would be .5" less shock travel from what ideal is. I'm sure Bajasportsmobile would be able to give you better insight as he has more experience than I.
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Well my blocks are only 3.5 and if I had the stock mounting locations on the axle then that would have been my 4" lift. So you would be .5" less shock travel from what ideal is. I'm sure Bajasportsmobile would be able to give you better insight as he has more experience than I.
Guess I'll just install the Bilsteins for now then, and wait for your wife to give up that last super hoop
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I still have these and wish I didn't. 200$ + shipping and they can be yours!
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