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AFCO Silver 58 Series Gas Bulb Shocks, IMCA Approved

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Specs
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Each
Shock Type:
Mono Tube
Finish:
Powder Coated
Upper Shock Mount:
1/2 Inch Eyelet
Lower Shock Mount:
1/2 Inch Eyelet
Shock Body Material:
Steel
Bushing Material:
Steel
Shock Stroke:
-
Shock Body Type:
Smooth
Shock Body Size:
Large Body
MFG. Part #:
-
Valve Positions:
-
Hardware Included:
No
Coil-Over Compatible:
Yes
Inside Diameter:
46
Extended Length:
-
Compressed Length:
-
Shock Eyelet Width:
.625
Body Diameter:
1.97
Bolt Hole Circle:
.500
Bulb Diameter:
2.75
Notes
IMCA Legal
AFCO Silver 58 Series Gas Bulb Shocks, IMCA Approved
AFCO Silver 58 Series Gas Bulb Shocks, IMCA Approved
AFCO Silver 58 Series Gas Bulb Shocks, IMCA Approved

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AFCO Silver 58 Series Bulb Shocks feature a bulb design for reduced gas pressure gain and increased feel for worry-free racing.

  • Ultra-strong DURox chrome shaft
  • Owner serviceable
  • Easily tuned for any track condition
  • Without base valve, IMCA approved

Tuning Guide (PDF)

Application

  • Dirt Late Model/Crate Late Model
  • Recommended 4-Link Gas Shocks-IMCA Approved
    • Left Rear Shocks (w/Spring Behind)
      • 10658-9-7-2 - Base Track Condition
      • 10658-9-9-2 - Slick Track Condition
  • Recommended Swing Arm Gas Shocks-IMCA Approved
    • Left Rear Shocks
      • 10658-9-4-4 - Base Track Condition
      • 10658-9-6-3 - Slick Track Condition
      • 10658-9-4-5 - Rough Track Condition

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Product Q&A

2 questions : 2 answers

1 answers

Can these be ran upside down ?

Modmanaz9
December 17, 2014

Can these be ran upside down ?

Answers

December 17, 2014
EricM
Yes this shock can be ran in any position.
1 answers

Where can I find gas pressure settings?

James
United States
June 01, 2016

Where can I find gas pressure settings?

Answers

June 01, 2016
Eric
Expert
This shock does not have a shrader valve so the gas pressure is not adjustable by the user.
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