AFCO 1020 10 Series Street Stock Front Shock, Comp/Reb: 7/7
Hobby Stock, Modified, Stock Car, Mono Tube Shock Type, Steel Shock Body Material, Painted
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Whatever your street stock choice, AFCO has the stock mount shock for you. These K-Series gas pressure shocks are built with the valving you need for racing, but are assembled in a "stock" configuration body to meet most track rules. The split-valve shocks offer additional tuning capabilities over the standard valving.
Available Split Valves - Part # 1061022 is a "split valve - easy up" shock used on the front to promote weight transfer under acceleration. This will enhance forward traction.
AFCO K-Series shocks are built to the highest quality standards and will deliver the control you need to keep your tires planted and your horsepower working for you.
- Compressed Length: 9.375"
- Extended Length: 13.375"
- 1955-86 GM Full Midsize
- 1970-81 Camaro/Firebird
- 1965-86 Ford Fullsize, Montego and Cougar
Item DetailsComp. Length: 9.375"
Extended Length: 13.375"
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