Terminator Adjustable Struts
Unmatched Tuning Adjustment!
Upgrade to AFCO's most advanced and adjustable spindle-mount Terminator struts for unmatched front-end control performance. Terminator struts offer fully-independent compression and rebound adjustment allowing a broad range of adjustment for enhanced tuning capabilities.
Terminator spindle mount struts are available with an aluminum steering arm for new chassis builds or steel arm for existing applications. Aluminum steering arms were engineered to give maximum tire clearance, while steel steering arms allow the upgrade to AFCO struts without shorting the tie rod assembly.
Available in three different lengths to fit a variety of ride heights, Terminator struts with longer travel lengths are perfect for "No Prep" to help with weight transfer on low traction surfaces.
- Terminator struts feature a large 46 mm monotube piston design, great for Pro and Sportsman class racing
- Terminator SS struts feature a 35 mm twin tube piston design, great for Super Stock class racing
- Accuracy and quality check by dyno testing
- Compression and rebound adjustments are fully independent
- Pro-style coil-over adjuster nut locks in place by an allen wrench
- 2 and 4 piston caliper brackets available
- 1967-1969 Camaro pin design for common wheel and brake fitment
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