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I thing the idea is that your halving the load between two shocks.

Heavy (fast) offroading will overheat the oil inside a normal shock pretty quickly, rendering them useless. Twin shocks are usually used to reduce this effect (twice the surface area and twice the oil means better cooling)

I wouldnt think they're needed on a mud plugger, but something like a comp safari type truck where your giving it full bore over rough terrain etc is where they tend to become useful.

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