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Pre-Tuned King 3.0 Remote Reservoir Coilovers From AccuTune Off-Road
Experience unbelievable performance and service with Pre-Tuned King 3.0 Remote Reservoir Coilovers From AccuTune Off-Road. Every King 3.0 Coilover shock is custom tuned for your ride using our calculations and 15 years of shock tuning experience. We have a huge range of Jeeps, Toyotas, PreRunners, Rockcrawlers, Rockbouncers and Sand Rails already tuned. Call us to learn more about what we can do for you.
Internal Bypass (IBP) For King 3.0 Coilovers
Get bypass performance in a coilover package with 3.0 King Internal Bypass Coilovers. Internal bypass shocks are a great choice for those wanting the best performance but are held back by class rules or packaging contraints. The King 3.0 IBP design utlizes a full diameter piston and adds a metering needle which reduces flow near the end of the travel. The big piston design maintains the benefits of 3.0" bore shocks while adding bottoming control like a bypass shock. Stay ahead of the competition with King 3.0 IBP Coilovers from AccuTune Off-Road.
Legendary King 3.0 Coilover Ride Quality
King 3.0 Remote Reservoir Coilovers are known for their legendary ride quality. High flow, billet aluminum pistons and 17-4 stainless steel valve disks deliver premium ride quality across the roughest off-road terrain. The design of the King 3.0 Coilover piston allows them to be tuned for a wide range of off-road vehicles and driving styles. Go racing with King 3.0 Remote Reservoir Coilovers.
King 3.0 Coilover Optional Extras
King is well known for the many upgrades available for their 3.0 Coilover Shocks. Options include Viton seals, custom colors, chrome finish, foam bump stop, steel braided hose, longer rod ends, billet coil slider, angled reservoir fittings, and custom lengths. Please call if you'd like to discuss or order additional options for your King 3.0 Remote Reservoir Coilover Shocks.
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