G-Wagen Shocks by King Shocks

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34.00 LBS
Calculated at checkout

Product Description

King Shocks are a premium option for your G-Wagen. Used especially for racing applications, the front and rear shocks are available with or without a compression adjuster. Both front and rear shocks have a remote reservoir. The remote reservoir for each front shock is on its own respective hose; the one for each rear shock is piggy-back mounted onto the shock.

These shocks are designed to work with the factory/stock suspension springs, and are an excellent compliment for THOR Motorworks lift springs. An extended length may be necessary for custom applications. If you need a custom length, please contact us for a quote.


  • Easy bolt-on application
  • High quality and heavy duty racing shocks
  • Fully rebuildable
  • For the adjustable option, choose a ride firmness that best suits your driving style
  • Although racing shocks, they are designed to work on your truck for the street as well
  • Made in California USA


May require custom fitment of the reservoir bracket, especially for fitment on trucks from 2013-present. For these latter years, please contact us for a quote. In the drop-down options menu above, please be sure to select the part number that corresponds with the proper year of your truck.

Product Dimensions

Front, Fully Extended Length: 25.371"
Front, Fully Compressed Length: 15.846"

Rear, Fully Extended Length: 23.969"
Rear, Fully Compressed Length: 15.619"

Shock body diameter: 2.5"

Approximate weight of each pair of shocks: 34 lbs.


  • A purchase quantity of 1 for the front shocks or rear shocks will get you a kit: 1 complete set of four shocks (2 front & 2 rear). These shocks are often stocked. When not in stock, there is an estimated lead time varying from 3 to 8 weeks. Please inquire about current lead time.
  • There are 29 or 30 compression adjustment clicks on each shock. Consider starting at 15 clicks. Depending on your preference, experiment with different adjustments by clicking toward 1 or 30 and vice versa. Always balance one side with the other (left and right) by giving each the same number of adjustment clicks as the other side.