AFCO 1671-3 16 Series Small Threaded Twin Tube 7 In Shock Comp 1/Reb 3
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Precise, consistent and dependable control is what makes the AFCO R-Series Shocks winners. These shocks have maintained their ability to provide the highest levels of performance from a fixed valve twin-tube shock by evolutionary improvements in production methods and component design. Today, AFCO R-Series Rebuildable shocks are better than ever and are set to provide you with the "just right" set-up you need to win.
All AFCO R-Series Shocks are 100% dyno tested, rebuildable, and revalvable. AFCO Shocks are built to the highest standards in the industry. In-house manufacturing means that they have total control over production tolerances and quality. Their production system ensures that when you buy an AFCO shock, you have bought the best!
- Compressed Length: 12.75"
- Extended Length: 19.75"
- Threaded Body
Item DetailsCompressed Length: 12.75"
Extended Length: 19.75"
Small Body Popular Applications:
- Open Wheel
Small body shocks are 20% lighter than big body shocks.
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Q & A
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks teamed up to build a 1952 Chevy Truck in celebration of Speedway Motors’ 65th Anniversary. Jason and Tom take a few minutes to talk about the rear suspension the team used on the truck.