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    Been meaning to ask about these shocks i have in my 86 for a while now.

    Ive got a pair of TRD shocks in the back of my car green in colour. Was unsure if there any good? What there worth? and if there adjustable?

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    they're alright, 8 way agjustable,
    not as good as some of the better gas shocks but they go alright

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    sick cheers mate

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    What the different between blue ad green?
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    green are longer stroke

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    longer than standard or longer than blue (that are short stroke)??

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    blue is shortest, green is medium good for street

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    in the TRD catalog, green are called - Race soft, they are hydraulic only. They have a similar stroke to the blues, on setting 4 the rebound/compression force at 0.3m/s is;

    Greens 83/32, stroke 175mm (overall length 502mm)
    Blues 155/50, stroke 180mm (note that the blue is an overall shorter shock 473mm)

    I used Greens years ago(one of the first TRD's I bought, I didn't like em(not enough control with stiff springs), I currently have blues(well for about 10 years I've used blues ) and like the dampening rates very much.
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