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Shock Type

Started by june2020, May 10, 2020, 01:57:16 PM

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june2020

Should I stay with the stock type of shocks on an MGB or change to the tube shocks?
Tom Raddatz

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I've found the factory ones work best. If you want stiffer, upgrade the internals.
For track use and souping it up, get a full front and rear end with coilovers. Expensive, but the only thing better.

I find most of the easily affordable tube shock kits spoil the handling.

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