Lets talk shocks.
Monroe from O'reillys? After some research, the backs dont seem to be a big deal, but I hear that the fronts can be a pain. Do I need to keep any of the components I take of to go along with the replacement shocks, or should the new ones come with all the necessary hardware? To get the top bolt off, do I need any special tools? I feel like I read that the top bolt required a special socket and that you had to use vice grips to get ahold of the piston to keep it from spinning.
Any advice would be great. thanks Guys!
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