KYB KG4550 Gas-a-Just Front/Rear Shock, 13.54 Ext, 9.25 Comp
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The KYB Gas-a-Just monotube shock has two possible purposes. First, it's a direct OE replacement if your vehicle came with a monotube. Second, the Gas-a-Just is also performance upgrade for vehicles that came factory direct with a twin tube. It can also increase steering responsiveness by as much as 30%. The monotube design never experiences shock fade and the high gas pressure can automatically add performance for more aggressive driving conditions or for heavier loads.
- The correct replacement for monotube equipped vehicles
- A performance upgrade for twin-tube equipped vehicles
- The monotube design is more responsive and automatically adjusts to driving conditions
- Provides a firmer ride and additional control
- Extended Length: 13.54"
- Compressed Length: 9.25"
- Stroke: 4.29"
- Position: Front & Rear
ApplicationAvanti II 1985-1965
Buick Riviera 1965-1963
Chevrolet Bel Air 1964-1955
Chevrolet Biscayne 1964-1958
Chevrolet Corvair 1964-1960
Chevrolet Corvette 1982-1963
Chevrolet Impala 1964-1959
Pontiac Bonneville 1962-1958
Pontiac Catalina 1962-1958
Pontiac Safari 1962-1961
160 Series 1975-1967
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