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Classic Performance CPP-1000 1967-83 GM A/F/X-Body Front Gas Shock
Classic Performance CPP-1000 1967-83 GM A/F/X-Body Front Gas Shock

Classic Performance CPP-1000 1967-83 GM A/F/X-Body Front Gas Shock

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Classic Performance CPP-1000 1967-83 GM A/F/X-Body Front Gas Shock
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MFG. Part #:
CPP-1000
Adjustability:
Non-Adjustable
Shock Body Material:
Steel
Shock Body Type:
Smooth
Gas Pressure Adjustable:
No
Upper Shock Mount:
Stud
Lower Shock Mount:
Tie Bar
Shock Location:
Front
Extended Length:
14.75"
Compressed Length:
9.75"
Body Diameter:
1.50"
Finish:
Painted
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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These gas shocks are designed to enhance your car's performance and provide quick response to road conditions. The 180 PSI nitrogen gas cylinder was specifically built with performance in mind to give a boost in cornering performance. The outstanding quality is backed with a lifetime warranty.

  • For 67-72 GM A-Body
  • 3-Way Adjustable Front Shock
  • Mounting: S/L
  • Extended: 14-3/4"
  • Collapsed: 9-3/4"
  • Sold Each

Applications:

  • 1967-1969 Camaro, 1" longer than factory
  • 1968-1979 Nova
  • 1964-1983 Chevelle

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