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AFCO 1695 Series Alum. Small Body Threaded Shock, 9 Inch, Comp 5/Reb 5
AFCO 1695 Series Alum. Small Body Threaded Shock, 9 Inch, Comp 5/Reb 5

AFCO 1695 Series Alum. Small Body Threaded Shock, 9 Inch, Comp 5/Reb 5

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AFCO 1695 Series Alum. Small Body Threaded Shock, 9 Inch, Comp 5/Reb 5
AFCO 1695 Series Alum. Small Body Threaded Shock, 9 Inch, Comp 5/Reb 5
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Shock Type:
Twin Tube
Shock Body Material:
Aluminum
Shock Body Size:
Small Body
Shock Body Type:
Threaded
Shock Stroke Range:
9.00" to 9.99"
Shock Stroke:
9.00
Compression Valving:
5
Rebound Valving:
5
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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AFCO Aluminum Small Body non-adjustable shocks are intended for wing & non-wing Sprints. Each has a 1.75" OD.

  • Twin-tube design for traction in the slickest of track conditions
  • Shim stack technology in a lightweight small-body design
  • Threaded for coilover applications
  • Rebuildable & repairable
  • Stroke:  9"
  • Compressed Length:  14.59"
  • Extended Length:  23.69"
  • winged Sprint Car

Dirt Sprint Wing and Non-Wing Twin Tube Shock Chart (Link)  

Application

Sprint Car Wing - Dirt
  • Recommended Twin Tube Shocks - Small Body Threaded
    • Right Rear
      • Base Track Condition
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