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Old 09-12-2008
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I am: Shawn S
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Wow you are truly a great friend. Good luck on the build!
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Old 09-12-2008
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Originally Posted by Goodysgotacuda View Post
318 car?

Careful with the air shocks on those things, they have the tendency to severely damage the upper shock towers that aren't designed to take the entire weight of the vehicle..
It was a 400 car. Also the Air shocks are going and weren't on there long. Jake put them on there because of the rear tires and they were only on there for a month or so before the accident.

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