SPAS Replacement Folding Stock Shock Absorber

Folding Stock Shock Absorber

That is an original and a copy above, which is which?

This new part for 2017 is now molded from an original Franchi part!  It looks exactly like the stock item.    Only way to tell -- the original part is broken and glued to copy it (all original parts are broken).

I have lit these to exagerate any dings so you can see exactly what you will be getting.  The installed part looks great:


New part installed

The original part was made of black rubber and it got hard pretty quickly and fell off. 

The replacement unit is made out of black Polyurethane.  Many racers replace the rubber bushings on their car's sway bars, etc. with Polyurethane.   It resists abrasion, breakage on impact, tearing, water, oxidation, ozone, and many solvents, oils, and petroleum-based materials. Compared to rubber, polyurethane has better cut, tear, and abrasion resistance. 

Now, this is still a wear item, not like my UHMW Polyethylene receiver shocks.  These will last 5-20 years depending on the user.

Because this is a very faithful mold of a used part it will show some imperfections.  It actually looks much better than the part I used to offer.  One groove faithfully shows the crack where the old part broke, it is hid under the pin and the perfect groove is left showing.

Instructions on installing it can be found here.

The cost is $29.95 plus S&H

(MAR-6-2018)  I am switching makers on this part.  This part will be on backorder for 2-3 weeks.

Shipping and handling is a flat rate of  $8.00  per order to anywhere in the USA, sent via USPS First Class Mail (5-14 Days).



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