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is it hard to diy shortened shocks in a vx

Discussion in 'VT - VX Holden Commodore (1997 - 2002)' started by corza3, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. corza3

    corza3 New Member

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    just wondering how hardd is is to replace the shocks in a vx calais, both front and back, as i had the car lowered on superlows but just left the standard shocks in it which have just about collaped so getting some shortened shocks
     
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    Rears are piss easy front aret too hard if u no what ur doin. I have done it b4 but with this car I just payed pedders to fit all the gear
     
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    Easiest thing in the world to do.... just have to make sure you tighten the bolts properly and don't cross thread the thread.

    The fronts, as mentioned are a little trick but very doable.

    Obviously you just been the right tool... which is basically a socket set and some body stand...
     
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    looking at probably getting monroe, front and rear for bout $420 delivered, how does that price sound, or got quoted bout $750 to get done at the local jax (including shocks obviously) just got my car resprayed so want everything done good, but after the spray cash is a bit short
     

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