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4 Coil Over Shocks, Afco Shocks, Dirt Track, Dirt Late Model on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
Location:

Saxonburg, Pennsylvania, United States

Saxonburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used

4 afco shock
coil over shocks
Shocks are dirty

Were ran on late model

some where not ran since at a shock shop


Shock 1 is a 1374-5, 7 inch shock
Shock 2 is a 1394- 9 inch shock
Shock 3 is a 1394- 9 inch shock
Shock 4 is a 1394, 9 inch shock

shock are dirty and have normal wear and tear


late mode, dirt track, pure stock


always fast shipping with tracking number


Where ran on a dirt car

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