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Phew! Thanks. A moment of stress because I did notice that they had slightly less down travel than the Ranchos (9100 series) that came off.
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Those shocks are compatible with stock and lifted to 2"/50mm. I have the same shocks on my WG
AND they are for the Euro model, so they might be longer than the US versions I have.
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AND they are for the Euro model, so they might be longer than the US versions I have.
The US ones for a lift are the B8. It's B6 for the German ones. Confused? I was.

Today's job... New bump stops. Does anyone think that the old ones had any life left in them?
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The outer bump stops look clapped out. I'll have to buy new rear bump stops when I install Dobinsons raised springs for my Jeep - since the previous owner removed them to install rear airbags.
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The bumpstops look mint.
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Underbody wash after a day on the beach. That's an old Pope tractor sprinkler. Pass one of three - left, centre and right.
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Changed the lower front control arms and the upper control arm bushings.

The bushings in the axle are a pain in the arse to change
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