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Im looking for some shocks for my ford ranger. this truck only drive on the road, i just want something that is nice and smooth

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Your local auto parts store will have something in stock to suit your needs. New shocks will run about $60 -$80 each depending on which brand you buy. Monroe and Gabriel are 2 of your more upper end when it comes to price range, but I would recommend them. Nice ride, strong, long lasting. When you are talking about shocks, you do get what you paid for.

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