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Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel

Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel

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Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
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Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
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Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
Wehrs WEH-WM243S 2 Inch Shock Drop, Steel
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  • Engineered to bolt into the existing mount on your chassis and extends the shock 2''
  • It comes with the required WM148SS shock bolt
  • Manufactured from heavy duty steel to ensure durability

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This steel shock mount extension bolts into the existing mount on your chassis and extends the shock 2''. Comes with WM148SS shock bolt.

  • 2" Shock Drop
  • Steel
  • Comes with WM148SS shock bolt

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