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Hood Shocks I bought these jeep 3 month ago and had new hood shocks installed, now i open the hood and the hood keep closeing, I think the shocks are goin again. does anybody have this problum, Paul.

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Try getting factory hood props.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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