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Old 10-07-2012, 01:49 PM
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Originally Posted by JNMNL52 View Post
I would assume also that since the RE RSM's are much sturdier and stiffer than OEM RSM's, the RE RSM transmits the vehicle G forces more efficiently to the car body allowing the shock to do its job better.
Not really, it is stronger and won't fail, that is true. But what av98 is getting at is that if you get them, adjustment of the rear shocks is much simpler in that you don't have to remove the trunk liner and pieces to remove the shock for adjustment. That shaves a good 20-30 minutes off the adjustment time.
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