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CSI 72500 Linear/Digressive Twin Tube Shock Piston Upgrade
CSI 72500 Linear/Digressive Twin Tube Shock Piston Upgrade

CSI 72500 Linear/Digressive Twin Tube Shock Piston Upgrade

Midget, Mini Sprint, Sprint Car, Aluminum, Anodized, .42" Overall Thickness

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CSI 72500 Linear/Digressive Twin Tube Shock Piston Upgrade
CSI 72500 Linear/Digressive Twin Tube Shock Piston Upgrade
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MFG. Part #:
72500
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Material Type:
Aluminum
Finish:
Anodized
Overall Thickness:
.42"
Overall Diameter:
1.19"
Inside Diameter:
.31"

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From CSI's proven line of optimum flow pistons comes the new linear digressive twin tube piston. Each piston is made from pure domestic aluminum alloy and comes hard anodized with our true seal piston band. Finally you will be able to achieve the same digressive valving curve previously available only in more expensive mono tube shocks.

  • Linear digressive twin tube piston
  • Made from pure domestic aluminum alloy
  • Comes hard anodized with our true seal piston band
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