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Old 06-01-2008, 01:39 AM
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SS Springs/Shocks Part Numbers

Just wanted to put this up there so everyone in here can get the TBSS set up and not waste money on the HDS

TBSS Front Shocks 15125521
TBSS Front Springs 15853193
TBSS Rear Shocks 15885746


Much better than the HDS by far guys. Hope this helps you and ive done many swaps using the above on non tbss and allways turns out great.
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Thanks Tony.
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Thanks Tony. I've been waiting for this.

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Under the "resources" tab at the top, there's a Parts Number database. Might be easier to add it there than to create a whole new sticky.
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With up coming upgrade to VB we will make this a sticky for now.


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Sorry if this wasn't a discussion thread, but is there any real benefit to getting SS springs when I upgrade the shocks?
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Sorry if this wasn't a discussion thread, but is there any real benefit to getting SS springs when I upgrade the shocks?

If you get the ss front springs it will corner better at the same time will drop the front down 1/2 -1 inch
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Thanks, I'm not looking to drop it.

Anyone know how much shops charge to install shocks then align? I could do it myself but i would have to get the tools, then pay for alignment anyway.
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Old 06-02-2008, 12:24 AM
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if you do shocks migh as well do springs same time. Its not that much of a drop but cornering and ride is much better with the SS springs
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You say it drops the front end down, what about the rear? Dont our vehicles already sit high in the back? Wouldnt dropping the front only only make it worse?

Sorry, Im a bit knew tot he suspension on these things, please correct me if Im wrong!
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