Nissan 620 1977, RS5000™ Front Steering Stabilizer by Rancho®. Quantity: 1 per Pack. Rancho is a worldwide leader in off-road performance suspension components and Jeep accessories. All Rancho products deliver rugged performance for work and play in any on - or off-road environment.
|Extended Length: 20.12"|
|Compressed Length: 12.1"|
|With Dust Shield|
|Not Extended Bumper Stop|
|Travel Length: 8.02"|
|Lower Mounting Code: S4|
|Upper Mounting Code: S4|
|Stem Mount - 2.3/8 Stem Length X 3/8-16 Thread Pitch. 10-Stage Velocity Sensitive Valving|
|5/8" Diameter Chrome Piston Rod|
- Engineered for vehicles with oversized wheels & tires: Reduce wheel shimmy, bump steer and vibration
- Available in single and dual configurations: Bracket kits available for vehicles without OE mounts
- RS5000™ Series Steering Stabilizer: Twin tube cellular gas design with 5/8-in piston
- Protective boot included: Protects the shock rod and oil seal
- Steering Stabilizer
- Dust Shield
- Protective Boot
What are the things you expect to get when driving a vehicle? For most drivers it’s outstanding performance, maximum comfort, precise handling and responsive steering. If you're striving to take your automobile to the next level and experience improved handling and enhanced road feel, the performance steering parts we have are the ultimate solution. The products have undergone severe tests under the most extreme conditions to ensure outstanding durability, as well as safe and smooth steering performance for many miles.
Rancho® – a popular brand of suspension, shocks and more worldwide – was born in the 1950s in Long Beach, Calif., as Rancho Jeep Supply, and quickly grew into a thriving off-road and performance suspension components manufacturer. In 1985, Rancho launched what would later become its best-selling shock absorbers. In 1990, Rancho was purchased by Tenneco Inc. and quickly expanded to include the world's first five-way adjustable shock absorber, allowing off-road enthusiasts to adjust the level of compression/rebound damping to suit their riding style, and launched the first "intelligent" shock.