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What size are the shocks for the whole door, 20 in or 23 in?

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    Larry Bogenschutz Mar 24, 2011

    what are we talking about?

  • jessecjtruck Mar 24, 2011

    The 2 lifter arm air shocks, the air went out on them



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You didnt say what kind of car/truck and what kind of door

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