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 Post subject: XH utility front shocks
Posted: Sat May 22, 2010 2:36 pm 
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Hi guys, I am hoping some one can give me some info in regards to the front shocks on an XH utility. My ute is the 1 tonne Longreach and the ride is way too hard. I have a set of rear station wagon springs to put in as well as the shocks so they should be better for comfort than the 1 tonne set up. Will the front shock and spring assembly go straight into the XH off an EL series Falcon? I am thinking about a set off a Fairmont. I don't need to have heavy duty shocks and springs as the car only carries very small loads such as small furniture and I use is as my every day commuter vehicle. Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Cheers AU055
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 Post subject: Re: XH utility front shocks
Posted: Sat May 22, 2010 3:33 pm 
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hi, yeah the front struts are a straight bolt in swap, ea-el all fit, some dont have the abs cable bracket though, can just zip tie the cable to the strut. au and ba even fit too, the spring is a different style
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 Post subject: Re: XH utility front shocks
Posted: Sat May 22, 2010 4:40 pm 
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Great news, many thanks for that. Keep that XR going it is one real nice looking vehicle. Cheers, AU055
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