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50/50 rear drag shocks.

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50/50 rear drag shocks.

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I have a mid 70's GM X body drag car. The shocks on the rear are Lakewood and they have developed a haze of oil on the outside. I need to buy replacements, but I don't want to spend a fortune. This is not a competition vehicle. Who makes a good quality budget priced rear drag shock?
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Re: 50/50 rear drag shocks.

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A lot of people run the rancho adjustable shocks in the back.
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Re: 50/50 rear drag shocks.

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I got some 3-way summit drag shocks on the front of one car and bought a pair for another. But I like my QA1 or ViKing dial adjustable rears.
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Re: 50/50 rear drag shocks.

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I bit the bullet and bought some shocks from Strange engineering.
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