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    Default 8.8 under a Granada- what shocks?

    For you guys that have put an 8.8 in the rear, what shocks fit?

    I put a rear from a '95 Mustang in mine and the shock mount is different. Did y'all just get shocks for the rear year (in my case a '95 Mustang) or is the length way off? I know the bottom end will simply mount 'sideways' to what it was, no big deal there.

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    83 5.0 GT. Quicker than it looks! 10:1 (or just over) 306, Motorsport a332 cam, 140A alt, t5 conv, 8.8 w/ 3.27's, Edel rpm, alum rad, very worked e7's, Holley SA carb, etc... SOLD IT!!!!

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    I put SN95 rear shocks on mine. I guess they have the bump stops built in, which I like.

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    Shocks for a '95 it is then. Works for me!
    Appreciate that!
    83 5.0 GT. Quicker than it looks! 10:1 (or just over) 306, Motorsport a332 cam, 140A alt, t5 conv, 8.8 w/ 3.27's, Edel rpm, alum rad, very worked e7's, Holley SA carb, etc... SOLD IT!!!!

    Now have a 1981 Granada! Building a 9.5:1 .040 over 302, Edel E-street heads, 268 cam, T5, 8.8 with 3.55, plus all the stiffening goodies, control arms, ...

    "Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups"

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