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2000 T/A suspension question

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    2000 T/A suspension question

    Ok will i am lowering my 2000 t/a and i went to buy the ebach pro kit ok and then i knew i would also need new shocks and struts but i went to a place called speed engineering in FResno.ca where i live but the guy told me i could use shocks all the way around but i thought struts for the front and shocks for the back my question is will shocks work in the front cuz i thought only struts would work in the front so sumone please help me out thanks.

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    the fronts are actually shocks. poeple confuse them with struts because the springs are attached to them like a strut. struts were used on the 82-92 f-bodies.

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