KYB 343134 Excel-G Front Gas Shock, 3.23 Stroke, 11.34 Ext, 8.11 Comp
74-78 Ford Mustang II, 71-80 Ford Pinto, 75-80 Mercury Bobcat, Twin Tube Shock Type, Painted
- Specifically calibrated to compensate for worn suspensions
- The components and valving are designed specifically for each application
- Will help restore OE performance for normal driving conditions
- Shocks are built with quality and they match or exceed OE specifications
- Shock body is made from durable steel and has a painted finish for added protection
The KYB Excel-G line is the only full line of shocks and struts specifically calibrated and built to help restore a vehicles originally designed ride control performance, not change it. They're manufactured with the same quality components as OEM. So if you want your vehicle to perform the way it was designed to, the Excel-G is the right choice.
- Calibrated to compensate for worn suspensions
- Components and valving are designed specifically for each application
- Designed to help restore OE performance for normal driving conditions
- Built with quality that matches or exceeds OE
- Extended Length: 11.34"
- Compressed Length: 8.11"
- Stroke: 3.23"
- Position: Front
ApplicationFord Mustang 1978-1974
Ford Pinto 1980-1971
Mercury Bobcat 1980-1975
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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