AFCO 71 Series IMCA Sealed Stock Mount Monotube Shocks, GM Front/Rear
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AFCO's 71 Series shocks feature bearing-mount shock technology in a stock mount application. This new monotube stock mount shock offers great consistency and tunability. Fits 1973-88 GM A-Body and G-Body cars. Shocks are avaialble in a variety of options so you can create your own custom tuned shock package for rules requiring the stock mounting points. Legal for the IMCA Hobby Stock, IMCA Southern Sport Modified, WISSOTA Hobby Stock, USRA Stock Car Series, and other classes that require a sealed shock with no external gas port. Features stock-mount legal tie-bars and bushings, OE compatible hardware, and a .5" hard chrome piston rod. All AFCO Racing Shocks are 100% Dyno tested.
- Cutting edge monotube shock design
- Features bearing-mount shock technology in a stock mount application
- Sealed shock with no external gas port
- Fits 1973-88 GM A-Body and G-Body cars
- Sold each
- Application 1
- GM Front
- 1.50" body diameter
- 9.27" compressed length
- 13.97" extended length
- Application 2
- GM Rear
- 2.00" body diameter
- 12.73" compressed length
- 20" extended length
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