KONI FRONT RIGHT SHOCK ABSORBER. No Attention : Compatible only with air-suspension.
The Koni Heavy Track line is specific for off-road vehicles, not raised or with a minimum lift. These shock absorbers are perfect for any situation: excellent on asphalt, as well as in extreme conditions where gravel, dirt and dust are the masters. The range covers most 4 × 4 vehicles and SUVs currently on the road and has been designed by putting it to the test in the most extreme conditions in order to always guarantee the best road holding, grip on the asphalt and stability. Heavy Track shock absorbers are adjustable and qualitatively superior thanks to the choice of the best materials and seals able to withstand high temperatures.The advantages of Koni Heavy Track. Adjustability, which makes them suitable for all conditions, asphalt and offroad. Specifically developed for the off-road range. Built with the best materials and with reinforced bindings. Longer life cycle of the shock absorber. Produttore Compatibile - FOR LAND ROVER.
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WRS also provides technical advice to produce the best combinations for your auto. This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Car Tuning & Styling\Performance Suspension\Performance Suspension Kits". The seller is "wrs_italy" and is located in this country: IT.This item can be shipped to United Kingdom, North, South, or Latin America, all countries in continental Asia.