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Cobra Rear shocks

What year Cobra Rear shocks are the one's every one talks about?

Is it ok to run them on a stock height car?

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'03 cobra convertible rear shocks. And yes, I'm pretty sure they work on stock height cars.

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Running them on mine and it's still stock height. Works great.

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What was the discussion surrounding these? Do the stroke and lengths match?
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What was the discussion surrounding these? Do the stroke and lengths match?

Mine dropped in with no problem, and no complaints yet.

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would it be a problem running the cobra shocks with a car lowered say ... up to 2-3 inches?

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would it be a problem running the cobra shocks with a car lowered say ... up to 2-3 inches?
Yea I pose a similiar question. I was planning on getting eibachs down the line. Would these be alright to run with them?

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i'm running the cobra shocks and eibach prokit, love them and no problem.

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yeah, thanks. one more quick question, whats the price of buying a set of these cobra shocks compared to just buying tokico or another name brand company? i would believe that the cobra shocks wouldl also be a little pricey.

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70++ a pieces from dan newman so about 150-160 ish a pair shipped till your door.

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