Koni Adjustable Yellow Strut
Get your 2011-2014 Mustang handling better and riding more comfortably with Koni yellow adjustable front struts. These performance sport yellow struts are a direct replacement for factory struts for a quick and easy suspension upgrade. The included adjustment knob makes adjusting this socks quick and easy. This shock features a gas pressurized, twin tube design, along with a larger diameter piston to give you the best suspension performance. Pairs perfectly with a set of lowering springs!
Koni is one of the industry leaders when it comes to high quality, performance suspension components. Since their humble beginnings in the 1850s, Koni has researched and developed how to provide consumers with the best shock absorber available for their vehicles. With subsidiaries word wild, they have quickly made a name for themselves in the Mustang industry. They have developed the famous yellow, orange, and red shocks and struts that get your Mustang handling like a track car! KONI shock absorbers and ride systems are, unlike from other manufacturers, specially designed for each and every application without any compromise to quality, durability and available best technology to fulfill the highest requirements for comfort, safety and vehicle (handling) performance.
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