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Christ Alston chassisworks can 9 and varishock rear coil overs

Any you guys have experience with a Chris Alston fab 9 rear end and varishock rear coil overs? It's going in an 01 Gt. I am seriously looking at this for a build. What are your thoughts on it and would you recommend them? Thanks

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depends what your goals and needs are


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id go with a more well known rear shock. data is your friend

another to look at is the lyons performance set up. then a afco shock

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I haven't personally used the CA varishocks, but I know those who have. Good stuff. Alston normally doesn't mess with any garbage. I called them a while back about another issue (not shocks) and was blown away at how well they discussed the options, options that I didn't know I had. We went through the cheapest stuff to the more expensive stuff, and it was mentioned how even some of their stuff was really overkill (and overpriced) for my needs. That kind of honesty left a good impression. He could've easily sold me the most expensive stuff he had but chose not to.

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I have a complete set of their shocks and springs that I bought a while back. I have not installed them on my car yet but they appear to be very well made.
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