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Can you help identify these shocks - 04.09.2013, 04:25 PM

Its been a while.. I dont have any use for these shocks and figured if anyone could identify them it would be you all.






I honestly do not remember 100% where they came from, but for some reason I remember having these on some buggy that I had years ago. Maybe I stole them off an ofna buggy or something?

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04.09.2013, 06:37 PM

ofna buggy shocks, same as OMGWTFBBQ UE SUPERSHOCKS

At least the shorter 2 are the same as a supershock and can be used on a t-maxx. The longer one is in between maxx and savage length.

Likely came off an ultra buggy or a 9.5 violator.

Worth- shipping. More if you had 4 shorts.


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04.09.2013, 06:58 PM

lol okay thanks. So listing them as UE supershocks is correct or no?

they actually the same or basically?

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04.10.2013, 06:35 AM

Samey same. Clean them up, put them on the bay titled "supershocks" and profit. Consumerism is the american way!


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04.10.2013, 08:25 AM

wowzers those babies are dirty. But yep, ofna buggy/UE Supershocks.

Do yourself a favor and clean them up at least. And ensure they hold oil, as you will get much more out of them that way, than the way they look in these pictures.


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04.10.2013, 10:32 AM

It's not a UE spring either.
But def clean them.
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04.10.2013, 10:45 AM

They look short and long, buggy shocks. For sure not UE springs. UE's are custom length for the Maxx. Likely they will not fit a Maxx and are not UE SuperShocks.
   
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04.11.2013, 08:51 PM

Ill definitely clean them up before selling them.

Thanks for all the input.
   
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05.31.2013, 01:56 PM

I have a couple sets of these, did they sell well on ebay ?


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