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Re: [T3] Shock question



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From: Roush, Norman <norman.roush@compaq.com>
>However, my 50+ year old body is telling me I'm
> not a kid anymore and get something less bouncy!  Is there any difference
between Brazilan and German OE
> shocks?  I'm hoping going to OE type shocks will help settle the steering
as
> well as the ride.
>
I have a similar problem, although it's a wife with a bad back, not my
30-something body which is telling me to fix it! My car has the original
shocks, and these feel fine when you bounce a corner of the car, but the
front has a terrible ride. The grip isn't too bad though. I'd also like
something quite soft, as the German shocks I've had before were rock-hard. I
think Brazilian shocks tend to be softer, but there is the usual
question-mark over their quality.

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