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Product description

Important:
1.Due to different production batches, you may receive shock absorbers with different packaging, but the performance and usage of the products are exactly same
2.Considering transport safety and ensure the shock accessory is intact, we may split into TWO or THREE parcels for your shipment

Features:
1.Equal or Greater OE Performance
2.Stock Parts Direct Replacement
3.Easy Installation
4.Long-Term Durability
5.Avoid Oil Leakage and Abnormal Noise
6.Better Stability and Comfort

Fit For:
2009 Dodge for Dakota Big Horn
2005-2009 for Dodge Dakota Laramie
2009 for Dodge Dakota Lone Star
2005-2008 for Dodge Dakota SLT
2005 2008 for Dodge Dakota Sport
2005-2009 for Dodge Dakota ST
2008 for Dodge Dakota SXT
2008 for Dodge Dakota TRX
2008-2009 for Dodge Dakota TRX4
2006-2007 for Mitsubishi Raider DuroCross
2006-2009 for Mitsubishi Raider LS
2007 Mitsubishi Raider SE
2006 for Mitsubishi Raider XLS

Specifications:
Placement on Vehicle: Front, Left, Right
Replacement NO: 340019 71100

Package Includes:
2pcs Shocks Absorbers

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