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  • 2007 Ralliart - Rear Shocks required

    Guys, any suggestions for replacement rear shocks for the Colt ?

    Any idea how much OEM ones are ? Yes, yes, I know ... I should just call up Mitsubishi and ask them.

    OEM or aftermarket ... any info appreciated. Thanks.

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    I fitted some Colt VRX matching (gabriel i think) gas shocks, anyway upmarket ones vor the VRX colt and they work better than the originals, and I ride on lowered king springs and whiteline swaybar. Have had the shocks in for 30k so far and all great

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    • #3
      Originally posted by later View Post
      I fitted some Colt VRX matching (gabriel i think) gas shocks, anyway upmarket ones vor the VRX colt and they work better than the originals, and I ride on lowered king springs and whiteline swaybar. Have had the shocks in for 30k so far and all great
      What was it that made them work better ? Do you have a part number .. pretty please .. can't seem to find them on the gabriel shocks website
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      Thanks mate!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by stylo View Post

        What was it that made them work better ? Do you have a part number .. pretty please .. can't seem to find them on the gabriel shocks website
        Hey Mate

        I have a full set of KYB VRX shocks which are almost new. I'm happy to let them go cheaply, PM me if you are interested.

        Yes, they are a better match for a daily driven setup. The stock shocks are slightly overdamped and on crappy aussie roads.

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        • #5
          Do you have the part number for the rears ?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by stylo View Post
            Do you have the part number for the rears ?

            Found this post which contains details of all the options.

            http://lawdiy.blogspot.com.au/2014/0...absorbers.html

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