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what shocks for '92 2wd Leone wagon?

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#1 mvd


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Posted 22 January 2006 - 04:18 PM


I've been driving around quite some time with pretty tired shocks. Today I noticed (when changing the old 13" tires for steel 14" peugeot ones) that the left rear side of my car is hanging down more than the right side. I think it's finally time for new shock absorbers...

Does anyone know if there are different shock options for a 92 2wd Leone wagon? My retailer says there's just one type (it's pretty expensive). I don't mind spending the money, but would like to have different options.

Another thing: my cv joints have been clicking for a while (in sharp turns only), but I think they still do well, especially since these parts are so expensive (in The Netherlands it's impossible to buy reconditioned ones).

Would reconditioned axles increase driving quality? In that case I would consider buying them by mail in the US.

Thanks in advance for any suggestion!

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