CPP CPP-1107 1964-72 GM A-Body Rear Nitro Gas Shock
64-72 Buick, 64-72 Chevy, 64-72 Oldsmobile, 64-72 Pontiac, Steel Shock Body Material, Painted
These gas shocks are designed to enhance your car's performance and provide quick response to road conditions. The 180 PSI nitrogen gas cylinder was specifically built with performance in mind to give a boost in cornering performance. The outstanding quality is backed with a lifetime warranty.
- For 1964-1972 GM A-Body
- 3-Way Adjustable Rear Shock
- Mounting: L/L
- Extended: 21-5/16"
- Collapsed: 13-1/4"
- Sold Each
- 1964-1972 Chevelle
- 1968-1974 Nova
- 1958-1970 Full-size
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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