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In my experience, it all depends on the car and shocks used. I've had Toyota shocks that were as good as new at 120k. I've had mazda and BMW shocks that wore out before 50k.

Bounce test doesn't work on the shocks that gradually go. The changes happen so gradually many don't notice how much handling has been lost.
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