Front EFS XTR Struts Toyota Hilux 4WD GUN125R, GUN126R, GGN125R 8/2015 on (Pair)

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Front EFS XTR struts Toyota Hilux 4WD GUN125R, GUN126R, GGN125R 8/2015 on

Please note that during installation the Helix (step down) on the spring seat must be timed so that it is installed to the rear of the vehicle. Strut top and fitting kit included.

The EFS XTR shock absorber & strut range has been developed specifically for the outback off-road tourer, with a heavily laden 4wd.

Improved with increased oil capacities to reduce operating temperatures and incorporates a highly robust construction to take on the worst Australian outback roads.

EFS XTR struts are designed & developed to suit each vehicle and are not a one shock suits all approach. They are constructed from high quality internal and external components to meet the demands of the modern 4wd.

Key features

- 64mm External Tube
- Greater oil capacity to keep the valve at a lower operating temperature
- Low Pressure Nitrogen Gas - Helps prevent the oil from cavitating (foaming)
- Long Travel Design - Maximises wheel articulation
- 40mm Piston, Twin Tube Construction - Increased control of the spring during the rebound and compression cycles
- 20mm Quality Hardened Chromed Piston Rod - Longer service life, and greater lateral strength
- 2 mm Outer & Inner Wall Thickness - Greater durability and strength
- Dynamic Motion Control Valve - Adjusts to different road & off road conditions Vehicle & Height Specific Valving
- 3 year/100,000km warranty

Sold as a pair and suitable for the Toyota Hilux 4x4 from 2015 onwards from standard height up to 40mm over standard.

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