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Tokico D-Spec Shock
This 1987-1993 Mustang Tokico D-Spec (Damping Specific) series has a sophisticated piston and valving design that provides an extremely wide range of adjustment, far surpassing the range of the Illumina series. The large adjustment range makes the D-Spec struts and shocks a multi-use damper that can be used for virtually any style of driving. The D-Spec struts and shocks are suitable for street-driven cars, autocrossing, drag racing, and road racing.
High Quality Construction
The D-Spec dampers have a unique variable-aperture bypass that is controlled by a single adjustment knob. Easily accessed at the top of each strut and shock, the knob changes both rebound and compression damping simultaneously. Each damper comes with an instruction manual offering pointers on how to adjust them.
Fits 1987-1993 Mustangs
All Tokico products are covered by a 3 year warranty against defects in materials or workmanship.
Tokico is a leading manufacturer of Mustang shocks and struts and has been manufacturing other quality components for over 50 years. Tokico also supplied Ford with the original equipment shocks on the Bullitt and Mach 1 Mustangs for a better suspension. Whether you need the famous Tokico Blue Shock, HP series, 5 way adjustable, Illumina, or the D-spec shocks, we have you covered!
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