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ALUMINUM SHOCK EXTENSION, 2" LENGTH - 1/2"-20
ALUMINUM SHOCK EXTENSION, 2" LENGTH - 1/2"-20

ALUMINUM SHOCK EXTENSION, 2" LENGTH - 1/2"-20

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ALUMINUM SHOCK EXTENSION, 2" LENGTH - 1/2"-20
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MFG. Part #:
9026-166

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QA1's Aluminum Shock Extensions can give you a little more length if needed for your application. With 1 or 2 inch lengths and 9/16 or 1/2 inch thread sizes, you are sure to find one that will fit your needs.

 

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  • Part #9029-163 and #9029-164 for all Circle Track shocks except 70 and 82 Series.
  • Part #9029-165 and #9029-166 for 75 Series.

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