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Shock Cord Ring - 1080

$39.85/Each
Part# 1080
MFR Model# 1080

Overview

An endless elastic ring composed of multiple strands of natural rubber, wound into a circular skein. Braided cover is high grade yarn. Manufactured to meet specification MIL-C-5651B, Type II. Shock cord is used in landing gear to reduce shock transmitted to fuselage while landing and taxiing and on other shock mounting applications. Color coded to insure fresh stock.

CW (Cold Weather)shock rings available on Special Order basis. Prices are approx. twice that of standard shock rings. Add "-CW" to standard part number when ordering.

The MIL Fresh Shock Ring number is 1080. The ring size is 5/8" x 8". Test is 750 LBS. 4 units required.

Note: Size listed is cord diameter x ID

Application Chart

Plane Type Part # Size Test Lbs No. Req'd
Piper PA-22-108
1080 5/8" x 8" 750 4
Rans S4/5
1080 5/8" x 8" 750 1
Stolp Starduster SA100
1080 5/8" x 8" 750 4
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Reviews

Fair price good vender

Sam O Verified Purchase

SHOCK CORD RING 1080

July 10, 2022

Quick response and excellent service.

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SHOCK CORD RING 1080

May 19, 2022

Excellent

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SHOCK CORD RING 1080

September 22, 2021

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