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  • Allan Songer
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    quote:Originally posted by Alan

    Gabriel Red Ryder Gas 82060. You should have been with me today at the Long Beach Swap Meet. A guy has KYB Gas Adjusts for $35 apiece.
    Alas, I was out at the CA Poppy Preserve near Lancaster. The poppies were at their peak this weekend--really quite a sight. We went for a 6 1/2 mile hike then ruined the great exercise with carne asada, tortillas, guacamole and 3 Bohemias. Oh well . . .

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  • N8N
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    I'm not sold on KYBs. I had a pair that came with my 944 on the rear, the PO had installed them, they were clunking and rattling within a year. I remember when he installed them, so they didn't last very long. Also my old landlady had an old Nissan pickup, I borrowed it one day and mentioned that it felt kind of underdamped, she might want to think about replacing the shocks - here she'd just got new ones. That her ex-husband mechanic had installed for her. They were KYBs. Oops. I stuck my foot in it that time I guess but I was just trying to be helpful.

    nate

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  • Alan
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    Gabriel Red Ryder Gas 82060. You should have been with me today at the Long Beach Swap Meet. A guy has KYB Gas Adjusts for $35 apiece.

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  • glen
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    N8N has a parts exchange list, which will show shocks for
    your 56, by manufacturer....Gabriel, Monore, Bilstein, Delco
    with the appropriate part number.

    http://members.cox.net/njnagel/files/interchange.pdf

    glen Brose - Perkinsville, AZ

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  • Allan Songer
    started a topic Rear shocks for a '56 sedan . . .

    Rear shocks for a '56 sedan . . .

    I need a pair of rear shocks for a '56 sedan. I have done a search and can't seem to find any threads that list interchanges for this shock. If anyone has a list of what will work, I'd surely appreciate it!
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