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Classic Mini KYB standard front shock absorber

Classic Mini KYB standard front shock absorber

Classic Mini KYB standard front shock absorber
Selected: Standard Front Shock
Part No: 442001
$41.95
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Fits the following:
Classic Mini
Sprite & MG Midget
Morris Minor
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A good shock absorber can transform a poor handling car into one that is a joy to drive. KYB brand "stock" shocks, 442001 front and 442002 rear (Mini only). Shock stroke extends from 8 1/4" closed to 13" full extended.
 
 
Question:
I need the compressed and extended dimensions for your KYB 442001. I have been told this shock can be adampted for use on a Messerschmitt KR200.
Answer:
8.25" closed  13" full, eye to eye center.

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