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Old 01-09-2010, 01:19 PM   #1
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Year: 1988
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differant rear shocks

Has anyone tried putting shocks on the rear for a smoother ride? I have a 1985 Bluebird. The shocks are probably original and were designed to carry the weight of 66 seats and 66 kids. All the seats are gone now, replaced with a few couches, and I usually have less than 10 people on the bus for any given excursion. A couple of years back we were heading out to the All Good music festival with four bicycles in a bike rack mounted to a Reese hitch in the rear. When we arrived I noticed that the front wheel of my bike had been bounced off somewhere between Indiana and West Virginia. The ride is extremely harsh. I was wondering if any of you have ever tried a differant set of shocks to smooth out the ride! Thanks
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