Skyjacker's Black MAX Shocks are a twin tube shock absorber with increased fluid capacity and utilizes 'foam-cell' technology. This foam-cell technology compresses to compensate for oil expansion when the shock is hard at work and is hot. These shocks can be mounted in any direction due to the foam-cell technology eliminating air pockets within the shock tube. Features arc welded end mounts and specific select valving, giving these shocks an edge over the competition.
- Twin Tube Construction.
- Advanced Foam-Cell Technology.
- Increased Fluid Capacity.
- 180° Directional Mounting.
- Arc-Welded End Mounts.
- Vehicle Specific Select Valving.
- Fits Specific Lift Ranges per Application.
- Includes Black Boot.
- Sold Individually.
Can this work on a2008 Honda Odyssey looks about the same
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