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Old 11-17-2005, 04:56 PM   #21
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Thanks for your input. I'll feel better knowing I have new shocks.

How do I know what shocks to buy for my '64 Overlander? They are vertical shocks.

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You can use the regular Airstream shocks. They will work in both vertical and horizontal positions. They also fit both style brackets.
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Old 11-17-2005, 08:13 PM   #22
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Does "not specified" mean that you can, or that you're just incredibly stupid for attempting such a stunt...either way, it's illegal in California, as well as my state.

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Not specified means there is no law regulating the act of doing that.

In fact in this state (AZ) it is legal to ride in the back of a pick up truck (the bed) in anyway you want*, however if you ride in the cab you must wear a seat belt.

* As long as the load (In this case people) are secured. If the load/people fall out of the bed the driver has some problems. Otherwise the driver is good to go. Street, highway, or freeway, and I have seen it almost every day.


On the shock vertical versus horizontal - it is all about the valving as to whether the shock can be horizontal mounted.

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