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Description: FK’s COM-10T-F1 bearing. This popular bearing is used in most of the spherical shock mounts out there. They have a 5/8" / .6250" ID. If your shocks are clunking in their mounts, you probably...More Details »
Item #: FK COM-10T
Condition: New
Price: $7.80
Sale: $7.60
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Description: King’s front coilover set for the 99-06 Tundra. A simple spanner adjuster tool is included for ride height/preload adjustments. We also have regular spanner wrenches for these, see below....More Details »
Item #: KING 25001-138
Condition: New
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Price: $1,234.05

Description: A spanner wrench to adjust coil preload on Fox 2.5" Factory Series coilovers. These also fit current King Toyota coilovers.  WARNING: This product can expose you to a chemical or...More Details »
Item #: FRS 803-00-732
Condition: New
Price: $55.00

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King Shocks is a manufacturer and servicer of custom made adjustable and rebuildable automotive shock absorbers and performance racing products for utility vehicles, OEM replacement and professional racing use. Their company prides itself on putting quality, performance and customer service above all else. Every product they sell is the result of constant testing and development done with top racers in competition worldwide. This real world testing exposes their designs to a level of abuse and destructive forces that cannot be duplicated in a laboratory.

In addition to their busy field-testing schedule, preliminary designs are quantified using their state of the art, electro-magnetic, shock dyno capable of inducing shaft speeds up to 120 inches per second with a drive position resolution of 1 micron. It can play back racecourse data collected from a number of commonly used onboard, automotive data acquisition systems and uses a non-contacting Infrared style transducer to monitor temperature readings. It’s the closest thing to real world conditions without getting sand in your shoes. Their “hands on” experience enables them to make rapid design advancements others haven’t even dreamed up yet.