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  1. #1
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    Doetsch

    I just ordered some Doetsch shocks.

    http://www.doetsch-shocks.com/

    The Mono-Tube 2.0

    I am excited. They should be here in about 2 weeks. They custom valve them for each vehicle. From what I have read, these guys have a pretty good record. Anyone else running them?
    97 Discovery 5spd (The Commuter)
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    Pretty sure Nathan (Post) runs them. They appear to be good stuff.
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, then you have an electrical problem.

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    Very cool! I like the fact that they are rebuildable, which means that if you have the knowhow, can tweek the valving even more to suit your needs that they cannot accomplish. Do you send them front weight/ rear weight unladen and laden to configure what you need? Did you ever fix your spring issue? This curious mind wants to know....

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    Do you send them front weight/ rear weight unladen and laden to configure what you need?
    They seemed familiar with Rovers. They asked me how much equipment I carry; what types of trails I wheel; how do I wheel; how high over stock is the lift; how much trail time vs. road time....etc...

    Did you ever fix your spring issue?
    Still trying to figure that one out.......
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    Sounds good to me! I still like the rebuildable part , I guess its the engineer in me...(or izzit the tight a** portagee part!!

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    109$ a shock isn't bad either.
    97 Discovery 5spd (The Commuter)
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    I'm running their 2.0's in the front and they're still holding up great. I still have to buy some for the rear but that's a little ways down the road.

    You'll like them!!
    99 D1...

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    if anyone else has these please post your reviews im looking into some new shocks

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    I just ordered a set of 2.2s, I'll post up how they are!!

    --Justin
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    yepp I ordered some, therrrrreeeeee great

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