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New Carrera Coilover Adjustable Shock, 3361 Small Body on

US $65.00

Atascadero, California, United States

Atascadero, California, United States
NEW CARRERA COILOVER ADJUSTABLE SHOCK, 3361 Small Body, US $65.00, image 1
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Carrera Manufacturer Part Number:3361

A gas cell Hypershock™ with a chrome plated steel body. This shock will not fade no matter how long the race. It can be run in any position, including upside down. This is desireable because it reduces unsprung weight by having only the shaft move with the suspension (instead of the shaft standing still and the whole shock body moving).

Shocks now include 1/2" bearing ends. Accepts coil-over mount kits.

  • Carrera Shocks 32/33 Series (now QA1 75 Series)
  • 1-3/16" Piston
  • 1/2" Hard Chrome Plated, Polished Piston Rod
  • Twin Tube Design
  • 1-5/8" O.D. Chrome Plated Steel Body
  • Can Be Run Upside Down
  • 1/2" bearing ends
  • Compressed Length 17.35
  • Extended Length 11.25 

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