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Radflo Introduces New 2.0" Coil-Over Piggy Back Shocks

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Fountain Valley, CA – October 2009: Among the company's newest shock absorber designs, Radflo Suspension Technology now offers a 2.0" coil-over with integrated piggy back reservoir. This compact coil-over may be modest in dimensions, but don’t underestimate its capacity to dampen and control suspension forces on your lightweight performance vehicle. Like all Radflo shocks, the alloy-bodied damper


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