AFCO 1479-1 14 Series Fixed Bearing Sealed Shock-7 Inch, Comp 9/Reb 1
Modified, Stock Car, Twin Tube Shock Type, Steel Shock Body Material, Smooth Shock Body Type
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AFCO S-Series Fixed Bearing Shocks offer tremendous value by packaging race-proven design, proven value combinations, and durability in an economical, fixed bearing design that can be used with or without coilovers.
AFCO fixed bearing shocks feature quality bearing ends that allow for free movement in applications where other mounts could be bound and reduce shock effectiveness.
The available standard valves, as well as split valves, allow for multiple tuning options with a simple shock swap.
When youre ready to win, we have the winning shock!
- Sealed bodyTwin-Tube designCan be used with or without coilovers
- Can be mounted upside-down for reduced unsprung weight
- Compressed Length: 12.75"
- Extended Length: 19.50"
- Stroke: 7"
Item DetailsComp. Length: 12.75"
Extended Length: 19.50"
- Dirt Modifieds
- Recommended 4-Link Twin Tube Shocks-Sealed Body
- Axle Damper Front
- Base, Slick, Rough Track Condition
- Axle Damper Front
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