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  1. #11
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    The only problem with mine are that they are long....maybe a little too long.
    97 Discovery 5spd (The Commuter)
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  2. #12
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    What are the mesurements compressed/extended of these Doetsch for D2 ?

  3. #13
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    You would have to email or call them. http://www.doetsch-shocks.com/contact.asp

    They are made-to-order.
    97 Discovery 5spd (The Commuter)
    00 Discovery (The Grocery Getter)

  4. #14
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    for the 10" 2.0 shocks it's 26" extended and 17" compressed.
    99 D1...

  5. #15
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    Thank you all :-)

    For the moment I have more discrete mesures: 24" on extension and 15" on compression, for the lift that represents no more than 1,2" due to standard HD coils. For the moment is enough for my purposes, and very stable on road.

    What valving do you use front/rear for this truck ?

  6. #16
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    How are everyone's Doetsch shocks holding up?
    Anybody had to rebuild one yet? Where do you source parts from to rebuild?
    I'm looking into new shocks and these are on my radar, but I have some reservations since its a relatively small company compared to Fox/Bilstein.

  7. #17
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    Mine held up fine for the short time I had them. I sold them to someone on this board, I don't remember who though.
    97 Discovery 5spd (The Commuter)
    00 Discovery (The Grocery Getter)

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gknapp View Post
    Mine held up fine for the short time I had them. I sold them to someone on this board, I don't remember who though.
    Why did you move away from them?

  9. #19
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    I brought the truck down from 37s to 32s. And went back to OME. I had no need for a 32" shock.

    The only thing that really bugged me about them was the chrome finish. It pitted very easily.
    97 Discovery 5spd (The Commuter)
    00 Discovery (The Grocery Getter)

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gknapp View Post
    I brought the truck down from 37s to 32s. And went back to OME. I had no need for a 32" shock.

    The only thing that really bugged me about them was the chrome finish. It pitted very easily.
    The only reason the chrome pitted is cause you took it off road. Chrome is not supposed to leave the pavement.

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