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I'm installing Progressive 429 series shocks, I ordered them as a front and rear set on eBay and I'm currently installing them along with a wheel beering replacement.

1 pr - Front Shocks 429-1000
1 pr - Rear Shocks 429-1003

I mostly plan on using the buggy for hunting and occasionally taking the grandkids on joy rides.

I originally ordered King shocks from ORW but ORW was kind enough to call and let me know that they were cancelling the order because the King shocks had no foreseeable delivery date.
 

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I got the shocks installed today along with wrapping up new well bearings. I haven't reassembled the suspension yet becasue I am replacing the U-Joints, spring, and seals on the front drive shaft. This will wrap up a full suspension rebuild.
 

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Wow, the ride is much improved but then I think a bunch or rubber bands would have improved the ride.
 
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