Originally Posted by Lord Of War
Why not buy some new shocks that fit your current application.
I am sure you could get shocks for less then $200.
Why!? Why spend more than a 1/4 the cost of the coil-over stuff on things I'm just going to throw away within the next year anyway? When I've also got almost brand new shocks to use in the meantime.
I'm just looking to make something work as these current ones are toast, and looking to spend little to no money to make it all happen.
hmmm.....I can make those for about $3. hmmm...
Asthetically pleasing? Not so much. But it'll work.
I guess a trip to Ace will happen in the next few days.