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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
FOA Shock Absorbers is a new take on an old idea. The basic design of most high performance shocks are all very similar. Thinking along the lines of “don’t ...
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Coil Over Shocks 2.5 : F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
FOA OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers Coil Over Shocks 2.5 - This shock was the inspiration for our entire company. To build a quality coilover shock that could be ...
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Eibach Springs : F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
We typically recommend using a lower (Main) spring that is 2" longer than the shocks travel length, and an upper (Tender) spring that is 2" shorter than the ...
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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
Shock angle from vertical (in degrees). Enter the above info into our calculator to get your recommended spring rates. You may also fax (760-375-7632) ...
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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
Welcome to First Over All Shock Absorbers. I have been Racing Off Road for some 30 years and I have always been interested in going fast. ...
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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
FOA Shock Absorbers is a new take on an old idea. The basic design of most high performance shocks are all very similar. Thinking along the lines of “don’t ...
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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
Enter the above info into our calculator to get your recommended spring rates. You may also fax (760-375-7632) the above information, and we will give you a ...
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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
Below is the information needed to properly calculate Spring Rates. ... Enter the above info into our calculator to get your recommended spring rates. ...
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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
Below is the information needed to properly calculate Spring Rates. ... Enter the above info into our calculator to get your recommended spring rates. ...
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F-O-A OFF-ROAD Shock Absorbers
FOA Shock Absorbers is a new take on an old idea. The basic design of most high performance shocks are all very similar. Thinking along the lines of “don’t ...
 
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