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Austin Mini Kyb Front Shock Absorber Gas-a-just Sold Individually

Austin Mini Kyb Front Shock Absorber Gas-a-just Sold Individually

Austin Mini Kyb Front Shock Absorber Gas-a-just Sold Individually
Selected: 552018
Austin Mini Kyb Front Shock Absorber Gas-a-just Sold Individually
Front Gas-A-Just
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In Stock
Internet Price $79.96
KYB front shock absorber. After initial testing Mini Mania introduced the Kyaba (KYB)'s gas charged "Gas-a-just" shock absorbers to the Mini market providing an excellent upgrade for those running standard shocks on a road car even with 13" wheels. Offering a 25% upgrade to their standard equivalent they remain equally consistent in use unlike other less expensive brands. Great value and quality from the largest manufacturer of original equipment shock absorbers in the world.
SOLD INDIVIDUALLY
Open length from pin centres is 324mm and closed length is 210mm.

Monotube high pressure gas shock absorbers.
Restores OE monotube performance
Increases performance over OE twin tube
Completely eliminates foaming and performance fade
Up to 30% more damping than twin tube
Single, seamless working cylinder, heavy duty gauge
Phenolic piston seal provides consistent performance
Additional floating piston separates oil and compresses nitrogen gas to add velocity sensitive performance
Seamless mounts and bonded bushings adds strength and eliminates noise

 
 
Question:
I have a 1988 Mayfair with 12500 documented miles. It has been upgraded with Stage 1 kit and electronic dizzy otherwise stock. I have 165/60/12 with budget hi/lows and blue springs. Not racing, just my cruiser. Looking to upgrade shocks with intent to keep ride smooth as possible. Suggestions? Also wish to replace both front and subframe bushes. Again keep ride smooth. Regards Kevin.
Answer:
We have several shocks to select from, I would recommend the KYB gas a just  https://www.minimania.com/part/552018/Austin-Mini-Kyb-Front-Shock-Absorber-Gas-a-just-Sold-Individually
Middle of the road shocks. We also have the bushings in kits, we recommend the poly kits, last longer and handle better.
https://www.minimania.com/part/MMKT0123/Classic-Austin-Mini-Poly-Suspension-Bushing-Kit-1976-And-Later


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