2001-2019 Duramax FOX 2.0 Performance Series Rear Shock 4-6" Lift (980-24-659)-Rear Shock-FOX-980-24-659-Dirty Diesel Customs

2001-2019 Duramax FOX 2.0 Performance Series Rear Shock 4-6" Lift (980-24-659)


Part Number: 980-24-659

Sale price$279.81 CAD

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Fits: 2001-2019 GM 2500/3500HD w/ 6.6L Duramax w/ 4-6" Lift 

By utilizing Fox's race-proven damping control, these 2.0 Performance Series Shocks provide a comfortable on-road ride and predictable off-road handling even in the toughest conditions. Specially designed for your truck with a 3-5" lift kit. 

The precision metal impact aluminum body increases cooling capacity and will never rust. Inside you will find their race-proven performance valving technology as well as their Internal Floating Piston (IFP) mono-tube design which separates the shock oil from the high-pressure, nitrogen-charged gas chamber. The IFP eliminates oil aeration allowing maximum performance from the factory-tuned precision valving. The race-developed high flow damping piston matched with application-specific valving provides the Performance Series 2.0 IFP shock a predicable ride quality capable of handling the roughest road conditions.

Part Number: 980-24-659


Body 2.0” Impact extruded and CNC machined 6061-T6 clear anodized aluminum one-piece body resists rust over time
Body Plating Clear-anodized for a durable finish
Reservoir Internal IFP mono-tube reservoir design
Components Black-anodized, CNC-machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum
Shaft 5/8" hard chrome plated heat-treated alloy steel
Piston Race-developed high-flow piston design
Valving Application-specific valving to maximize performance
Seals Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
Oil JM92 Advanced Suspension Fluid for improved performance at variable temperatures
Bushings Quiet nitrile rubber allows for increased suspension articulation
Extended 29.550
Compressed 18.450
Travel 11.100
Top Mount Eyelet
Bottom Mount Eyelet


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