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Garage Sale - AFCO Reactor 1979-92 Dodge Front Drag Shock
Garage Sale - AFCO Reactor 1979-92 Dodge Front Drag Shock

Garage Sale - AFCO Reactor 1979-92 Dodge Front Drag Shock

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AFCO Single Adjustable Monotube FRONT shocks are an economical alternative to the fully double adjustable design. The single adjustable gives you the ability to adjust rebound dampening control without affecting the compression dampening characteristics of the shock. Plus, with AFCO's exclusive "BNC" valving, these shocks eliminate bounce caused by the impact after a wheel stand.

  • Quicker R.T.'s
  • Gas Mono-tube design for superior tuning and performance
  • Rebound adjustable only - will not bleed over to compression
  • Can be upgraded to a coil-over shock
  • 100% co-Tested and Serial Numbered

Fits 1979-1992 Dodge Ram half-ton 2WD pickup trucks.

 

This shock is garage sale priced because it has been installed and returned. 

 

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS 

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  1. The rebound adjustment is the most critical in tuning a drag racing set-up. This adjustment allows the tuner to dial in the "un-loading action" of the chassis and keep the tires planted during the critical first 60' down the track.
  2. Check extended and compressed dimensions.

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