Defender 90/110/Classic Rear Oil Shock Absorber Standard Part BR1077A

As well as controlling the movement of suspension and springs, shock absorbers keep your tyres connected to the ground whilst stationary and in motion. The shock absorbs kinetic energy and transfers it to another form, usually heat, before dissipating it.

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Defender 90/110/Classic Rear Oil Shock Absorber Standard Part BR1077A

Defender 90/110/Classic Rear Oil Shock Absorber Standard Part BR1077A

As well as controlling the movement of suspension and springs, shock absorbers keep your tyres connected to the ground whilst stationary and in motion. The shock absorbs kinetic energy and transfers it to another form, usually heat, before dissipating it.

ARMSTRONG Brand - Defender 90/110/Classic Rear Oil Shock Absorber Standard

Please note: It takes 10 - 15 days of handling time for this product.


Part No:BR1077A
Supersedes:RTC6359A,STC131A,STC292A
Brand:ARMSTRONG
Product Type:Shock Absorbers
Description:

As well as controlling the movement of suspension and springs, shock absorbers keep your tyres connected to the ground whilst stationary and in motion. The shock absorbs kinetic energy and transfers it to another form, usually heat, before dissipating it.

Quantity:1
Weight:2lb 0oz
Warranty:We provide 1 year of warranty for this part.
Vehicles:Defender,
Range Rover,
Models:Defender Ninety,
Defender One Ten,
Defender 90,
Defender 110,
Range Rover Classic,
Applicable:Defender Ninety,
Defender One Ten,
Defender 90,
Defender 110,
Range Rover Classic,
Fitment:,
All models,
All models up to (VIN) WA159806,

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Defender 90/110/Classic Rear Oil Shock Absorber Standard Part BR1077A

Defender 90/110/Classic Rear Oil Shock Absorber Standard Part BR1077A

As well as controlling the movement of suspension and springs, shock absorbers keep your tyres connected to the ground whilst stationary and in motion. The shock absorbs kinetic energy and transfers it to another form, usually heat, before dissipating it.