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hello we have a 87 aspencade and would like to put fournales shocks on the rear can someone give me some feedback on these shocks and were i can buy them:p
 

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Sorry, misread the post
 

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i have no info. on those shocks. i did put progressive springs in 87 honda shocks, wow what a difference, also quite reasonable $ wise. good luck:action::waving:
 

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I used 416's on my blue 84. They were easy to install and I'm pleased with the way they perform. Still have the old showa's in a box and intend to rebuild them with progressive springs someday just to see what they are like. They'll go on the gray 84 when I get around to them.
 

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I rebuilt my showa's with synthetic atf and new seals and they feel fine to me plus it was on the cheap,
I'm happy with them.
 

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If you are watching he pennies just fit replacement progressives springs and new seals in your old standard shocks, a lot cheaper than new shocks and just as good.
Stu
 

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Hi,

Thank you for your warm welcome, and help with my search for fournales rear shocks for our 87 aspencade. I may try the progressive shocks yet.

I was going through the forum on rear shocks and noticed members talking about pressures. How do you tell how much pressure is in rear shocks ?
 
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