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Offline Rich60

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Terrano/Mavrick Shockers
« on: February 08, 2010, 14:17:46 »
Hi Guys
My Mavrick LWB TD needs a new set of shocks, anyone know if the Pro Comps are any good  :huh:, vehicle is only used on the road and is Std hight.
Also if they are any good, where would be the best place to get a set?

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Re: Terrano/Mavrick Shockers
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2010, 11:40:45 »
pro comp are a decent make quite commonly used but usually found used for lifting if replacing shock and use it offroad why not consider getting springs and giving it a +2 lift (check radius arms and if braided hoses are needed) but dont see why not for norm use best place to buy is probably britpart.com or paddocksspares.com
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Re: Terrano/Mavrick Shockers
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2010, 21:32:22 »
Contrary to what "morson4x4" has said, a few people I know have had nothing but issues with Pro-Comps ie leaking. Relatively speaking they are cheap, however if that is what you are after then speak to David  @LLama4X4 about a set/pair of Rough Countries. I would personally pay a little bit more some; Ebay have a pair of (gas) Monroe's for 90 odd quid, and my mate got me a pair of KYB Gas-Adjusts for £70 (before I upgraded to Old Man Emu's). If I had stuck with normal oil filled shocks they would only cost me £30 for a pair. Just my opinion of course..
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Re: Terrano/Mavrick Shockers
« Reply #3 on: February 15, 2010, 22:37:19 »
speak to David  @LLama4X4 about a set/pair of Rough Countries.

not sure if David has any stock of Rough Country's in Terrano fitment but I have - PM me for details.
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