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Old May 3rd, 2009, 10:45 PM
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any suggestions for shocks?
and what kind to get?
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I just got a set of shocks & springs from Expedition Exchange.
Good service and shipping.

Check their website, a lot of advice:

https://www.expeditionexchange.com/
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what kind depends on what you want to do with the vehicle.

you get the engine out yet?

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eric is a good guy and very knowledgeable.
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engine out

I am actually almost ready to move engine to a new frame. Should I disconnect transmission or I can do it as one piece?
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i guess that depends on mileage and how much you know about the trucks history. As much as I hate "make work" projects I usually end up breaking them apart and replacing everything and anything clutch related. resurface the flywheel and replace the spigot bush are both good ideas while you are in there too.

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