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78/79 lifted front Skyjacker shocks & '78 D44HD housing

Item name:(2) Skyjacker N8059 Shocks and a '78 D44 HD housing
Price:make an offer... Summit has them for $40 a set, i can match that with shipping. Or if you find them cheaper lemme know. I dont need these things, shoot me an offer.

$100 obo for the housing

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Description:I have a set of Skyjacker shocks with blue shock boots. Also have (4) red shock boots that can be thrown in.

Summit Racing Description of the N8059s
http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?part=SJA%2DN8059&view=1&N=700+150+4294908331+4294908330+&appfilter=1

They are for the FRONT of a '78/79 Bronco/F150 with 5-9 inches of lift

Application guide according to summit racing
http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?part=SJA%2DN8059&view=32&N=700+4294908331+4294908330

Summit racing lists the extended and collapsed measurements of them.


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Location (City): Vero Beach, FL
ZIP CODE (for shipping calculations): 32968
Will you Ship? (Y/N):Yup
Method of shipment (UPS, FedEx, etc):UPS Ground
Payment method (PayPal, check, MO, etc):paypal works best
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Are the front shocks eye-to-eye or stud-to-eye??

If they are stud mount then you may have a better shot just stating they are for a lifted '78-'79 instead of for SAS since most use the newer F250 shock mounts when SAS'ing and need eye-to-eye shocks.

Just a thought? :shrug

I know I would pass em over for my SAS if they are stud mount.
 

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Are the front shocks eye-to-eye or stud-to-eye??

If they are stud mount then you may have a better shot just stating they are for a lifted '78-'79 instead of for SAS since most use the newer F250 shock mounts when SAS'ing and need eye-to-eye shocks.

Just a thought? :shrug

I know I would pass em over for my SAS if they are stud mount.
couldnt figure out how to word it in the one little box.


the "fronts" are a stud-to-eye for the front of a '78/79 bronco. The "rears" are eye-to-eye for the rear of a '90s Bronco.

I dont know how other 70s trucks are, but my rears on my '79 F150 are studs and eyes.

Some still use the studs up front when SASing.
 

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I'm not really interested in what they were originally for but if you could get me a compressed length and extended length I might be interested.
 

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I'm not really interested in what they were originally for but if you could get me a compressed length and extended length I might be interested.
the "rears" or eye-to-eyes are sold.

Still have the ones with the studs.

they measure according to Summit Racings site.....
Extended Length (in): 28.750 in.
Collapsed Length (in): 16.560 in.
 

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The parts arrived in great shape, safe & sound, hidden away in the middle of a packing peanut cloud. I'll add 1 to your trader rating too. Thanks again.

p.s. -Have you sold everything?
 
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