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AFCO Non-Adjustable Alum. Coil-Over Shock Kit, 7 Inch Stroke, 13 Inch Comp.

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Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Kit
Finish:
Chrome
Shock Body Material:
Aluminum
Upper Shock Mount:
5/8 Bushing
Lower Shock Mount:
5/8 Bushing
Extended Length:
-
Spring Rate:
-
Inside Diameter:
2.625
AFCO Non-Adjustable Alum. Coil-Over Shock Kit, 7 Inch Stroke, 13 Inch Comp.

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AFCO has been building racing shocks for over 20 years and are now applying their technology to street rod shocks. These aluminum coilover shock kits have superior FIXED valving that will give you a better ride and improve handling.

  • 7 Inch Stroke
  • 13 Inch Compression
  • 20 Inch Extension
  • Each shock is hand built and dyno tested
  • Supplied with two 5/8" I.D. polyurethane bushings
  • Includes AFCO Mirror Finish coilover springs in the rate of your choice
  • Kit includes (2) shocks, (2) springs, and (2) coil-over hardware kits

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Dean
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Texas

Quality product, would by again

July 09, 2016
Installed them on a T-Bucket and they are working well.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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just wondering why the spring rates on the longer springs are much lower ratings than the shorter units? I want these to hold up the back of a model-t coupe. rear of car is approx 1000 lbs. sprung weight. Shocks mounted at 20 degrees. Thanks, Mike Kidd

November 22, 2011

just wondering why the spring rates on the longer springs are much lower ratings than the shorter units? I want these to hold up the back of a model-t coupe. rear of car is approx 1000 lbs. sprung weight. Shocks mounted at 20 degrees. Thanks, Mike Kidd

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November 23, 2011
John
Part # 1061370 The longer the shock, stroke, and spring length the lighter the spring rate required to handle the same vehicle weight. Mount length is the most critical area of concern as 50-60% of the shock stroke needs to be available for compression during suspension travel. This mount length is for a completed rod ready to hop in and head down the road. With the 14” spring used on this shock a suggested rate would be 110 pound and mount length needs to be 16.5” to 17”. This would be for a vehicle with 1000-1100 pounds on the rear and total weight around 2000 pounds.
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