AFCO 19 Series Big Body Twin-Tube Shock, 7 Inch, Comp/Reb: 8/2
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AFCO R-Series Twin-Tube Shocks are packed with quality, performance and value, all inside a rebuildable steel body. All internal parts of the AFCO Steel Take-A-Part shocks are identical to the components inside the aluminum body shocks, so you can expect the highest levels of performance and durability.
AFCO Steel Body Take-A-Part Shocks let you meet your "steel shock rule" and still allow you to run the most precise shock in the industry. With the Take-A-Part, you are no longer limited to "off the shelf valves," and you can have the performance of your used shocks brought back to full factory spec with a rebuild rather than having to purchase a new shock.
All AFCO R-Series Shocks are 100% dyno tested, rebuildable and revalvable.
- Compressed Length: 12.75"
- Extended Length: 19.50"
The larger body and the full 5/8" shaft of the Big Body provides increased strength, as well as the flexibility of a standard size coilover spring.
Big Body Popular Applications:
- Late Models
- Limited Late Models
- Open Wheel
- Coilover or Conventional Spring
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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.