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Old 11-15-2012, 01:46 PM
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Front/Rear Shock Replacement How-to?

Hey guys I just ordered new shocks for my '04 F250. It has a 4" Procomp lift that was put on 100k miles ago and I just re-ordered ProComp ES9000 shocks for the front and rear (same as what I have on there now). Two questions: Does anybody have a good video or write-up on how to safely replace front and rear shocks on a F250? Has anyone had an issue with the rear shock ProComp 9000s breaking off its suport? I looked under the truck and the drivers side rear shock was jammed up under the truck bed and it looks like the bushing is still stuck on the truck support. Just curious. Thanks!
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