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Old 02-03-2013, 05:10 PM   #1
Chippo
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Over the last couple months I have been reading anything and everything here, preparing for my kegerator build, which Iím in the middle of. I have noticed a interest in coffin builders looking for or needing shock supports to help in supporting the opening of their
freezers. I have come across a website store that sells shock supports and related hardware. The site is abit vague, but there are decent selection of $30 shocks and the attaching hardware looked dirt cheap. I thought I would pass along this site in hopes that it might help someone who is in need of some type of shock supporting system. I am not affilated with this Company, just purchased replacements for my employer.

http://shop.suspa.com/shared/StoreFr...unt2=298484444



 
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Old 02-04-2013, 07:49 AM   #2
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You could also repurpose a rear door support from a van or station wagon. You can find them in junkyards for about $5 for the same type of gas shock.

 
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