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Are Edelbrock shocks good?

I just bought 2 rear Edelbrock IAS Twin-Tube Shocks from summit for $20 each, marked down from $50. Does anyone know if they are good?


Results- I put on the Eldelbrocks. I only test drove around the neighborhood, a few speedbumps and a curb, but I could definitely tell an improvement. I will take it offroad this weekend.

It was worth the 40 bucks...so far

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If anything they were cheap! From my stand point they are okay, there are better and there are worse IMO. Have you installed them yet?
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not installed

I haven't even received them yet. Should be a few more days. I have 2 Rancho RSX front shocks on the way as well. I got those for $47 each. That was the cheapest I could find the RSX.
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i have the rancho's they are okay...IMO. The ride is deff a little harder now
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ehh. The edlebrocks are decent... IMO the best shocks to run on our trucks for just standard modification or stock setups would be the bilsteins.
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Got the shocks, now to put them on...
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I run the ' street version ' or Mono-tube versions of said shocks. I swear by them and plan on using them on all my vehicals.

20$ a shock.. as someone stated, good price.
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$20 is a good deal. If only the fronts for my truck were that cheap (for my truck they are $74/ea!!!). One of them is shot, so I got two POS Monroe shocks late last week for $20/ea. to hold me over until I can afford Bilstien shocks all the way around (which might be a while). At least the Monroe's have a lifetime warranty.
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