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Nos Porsche Rear Shocks 1969-88 911,912,912e, & 930 on 2040-parts.com

US $109.95
Location:

Redwood City, California, US

Redwood City, California, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Manufacturer Part Number:1176,1178 Placement on Vehicle:Rear Surface Finish:Black Paint Warranty:Yes Part Brand:Kontrolle

Brand new, heavy duty, hydraulic, Kontrolle brand, rear shocks for Porsche 911,912,912-E,& 930. Two different applications available, 1969 thru 1971, 911 & 912 and 1972 thru 1988, 911, 912-E & 930!  Compare at $300-$400, per pair!  Email your exact year and model, if you win, so we ship you the correct rear shocks! Hundreds of pairs sold!

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