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Unread 12-11-2008, 11:24 AM   #1
JeffJ
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Dual Shocks

Has anyone ever put dual shocks on their CJ7. If so, did you have to make your own brackets, or were you able to find a bolt on kit? I have looked and can not find a kit out there, I have seen on some while wheeling, just never was able to hook up to ask.

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Unread 12-11-2008, 12:15 PM   #2
jeepskate
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MORE at least used to make a kit, but it's more of a builders kit...you still have to cut & weld to fit how you want it setup, the tube bending is just done for you already. Desert Steel (not sure if they're still around) used to make an add-on bracket for later model CJ's with the tall shock towers. Old school, I think guys used to use Toyota mini-truck shock hoops. I had the MORE setup on my original project Jeep and didn't use them this time around, so I've got them laying around in a box or cabinet somewhere (moved a few months ago and most of my garage & Jeep stuff is still packed and sitting in the warehouse at work).
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