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Old 10-29-2010, 09:13 PM   #1
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LR Jounce Shocks for 2nd Gen Taco

Up for sale is 1 Jounce shock and all the hardware to mount 2 jounce shocks. I purchased this from Icon as a show room special. The Jounce shock and mounting equipment are brand new and have never been used. I purchased it with the intention of buying one more jounce shock to complete the system. I've since decided I'm not quite ready to take my truck to this stage and would like to use the money for doing some work on the rear of my truck. You can purchase one more jounce shock online for about $225 and make yourself one hell of a good performance add on.
Included is everything in the picture. (1) jounce and all the hardware to mount two on a 2nd gen taco. Also I have printed instructions. Local pickup please or i'll ship on your dime.
Price: $200

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The Jounce Shock is a new form of bump shock that will maximize the capacity and performance of your suspension. The nitrogen charged secondary shock adds additional compression damping and controlled rebound to your vehicle's system. The affect is: exponential suspension bottoming protection, increased stability and handling at higher speeds, and reduced stress and loads for both the vehicle and driver.


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Old 11-15-2010, 06:37 PM   #4
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I want. But I can't have.

So free bump.
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:42 PM   #6
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Sure you can.. That's only half a McDonalds pay check
But I work at toys r us.
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Never seen this before......
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:50 PM   #9
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definitely not bolt on right?
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:51 PM   #10
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Never seen this before......
You should buy them, so when you land it will be comfier.
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You should buy them, so when you land it will be comfier.
Is this from experience or so you can read my review?
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Old 11-15-2010, 07:44 PM   #12
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Is this from experience or so you can read my review?
No. Its from you user name.

What goes up must come down.
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Yes they are bolt on... After some minor cutting. The holes must be drilled though.
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I hate to the be the idiot to ask the question but, are these for front or rear application? Looks like they can be custom mounted to work with either right? And Im assuming a rear mounted application would require a u-bolt flip kit for proper strike pad placement?
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Are they just shocks? do they provide lift? I'm werking to upgrade, I might buy them next week if they're still fer sale
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Are they just shocks? do they provide lift? I'm werking to upgrade, I might buy them next week if they're still fer sale
They definitely don't provide lift. It's a secondary shock used to help control your travel when you get close to bottoming out
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