Constantly adding modifications and kit inevitably means a vehicle will put on the pounds, adding stress to vital components. The all-new EFS XTR shock absorbers will mend this issue, thanks, in part, to a huge 40mm piston bore and a 65mm outer body.
These components will allow the Nav to not only tame harsh terrain but also provide great control on long stretches of bitumen.
EFS is an Australian off-road company which has specialised in suspension systems for more than 50 years. It recently expanded its product line-up to include general 4x4 equipment including barwork, snorkels and electric winches.
The front XTR strut retails for $269.60 (each); the rear XTR shock retails for $180 (each).
For more information, visit: www.1300efs4wd.com.au or call them on 1300 EFS 4WD.
- 40mm bore diameter size
- 20mm hardened chrome piston rod
- 1.6mm H/D external wall thickness
- Special high temperature fluid
- Quality multi-lip seals
- Twin-tube design
- DMC valve
- Bonded rubber/ poly bushes
- Low pressure nitrogen gas-charged
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