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if thats youre driving style you will need to step up to a coil over with a res.
Now this brings up a question I was going to ask. At what point do you need resevoir shocks? Got it if you're running some serious washboard or rough terrain for hours on end, but for your average everyday wheeler/weekend warrior are they really going to make a difference?
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Re: Broke both my Front Stock Shocks!!

I have got the Sway Away set up on all 4 corners, springs and shocks. They are not remote resevoir, but I have been wholly impressed with their performance so far at high and low speed. Are they worth a look?

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I have got the Sway Away set up on all 4 corners, springs and shocks. They are not remote resevoir, but I have been wholly impressed with their performance so far at high and low speed. Are they worth a look?
That's what I'm looking at getting. Do you know if you can add resevoirs later on (at least to the coilovers)?
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