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AFCO 20176-2S Steel Rod End with Bearing, 2 Inch Extension
AFCO 20176-2S Steel Rod End with Bearing, 2 Inch Extension

AFCO 20176-2S Steel Rod End with Bearing, 2 Inch Extension

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20176-2S

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If you are needing some replacement rod ends then AFCO has you covered. These are factory replacements that allow you to rebuild or optimize the extended length of your shocks.

  • 2 inch extended
  • Bearing included
  • Steel construction
  • For 5/8" shaft
  • Sold each

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