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    Posted: Feb/28/2019 at 7:35pm
Looking for 90-10 front drag shocks for my Scrambler. What can be used? Thanx.
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I'm using competition engineering on a rebel, a Plymouth roadrunner application. The compressed and extended lengths were close enough to my stock shocks, the only thing I had to address was the bolt sleeve in the lower mount was too small for the stock bolt. Im not sure if the rambler is the same dimensions as rebel though. I know Calvert should have the same shock in stock soon and their measurements are a little closer than CE.
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calvert sales them that work on 1968-1969 amcs and ramblers they work for bill ketchum. 
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If you have a part number please share. Calvert directed me to the mopar shock. They were on backorder when I needed mine only reason I'm using CE. 
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From my recollection they cross reference to stuff like late 50's early 60's fords (Mainline etc) and one or two years of the Corvette pretty early on, can't imagine that will help you much.  
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The 90/10 Lakewoods I ran on my gremlin were the same part number as a North American Falcon.
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67-69 trunion front end cars run different front shocks to the 70+ cars.
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Oops. I didn’t read that.
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