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I just realized the original Hi-Po dampner in my 66' is failing. I want to keep the stock setup and am considering sending it to Dampner Doctor.

Anyone have a better idea?

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Damper Doctors repaired my damper. They bead blasted it, put a collar on the hub, realigned the timing marks and replaced the rubber with silicone for only $65 including the shipping. I was very pleased.


'68 Coupe, 289, C4, 3.40 gears, GT-40P heads, TCI Streetfighter stall convertor.
 

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I can recommend Damper Doctor as well. Quick service, good work and reasonable price. What more can you ask for?

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