GS20-8NN-80 Gas Spring Pair
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20" Ext 80 Lbs.
Standard Compression Gas Springs
Plastic Ball Socket End Fittings with Spring Clip
Rod Has a Black Nitride Finish
Ball Studs Sold Separately
Cross Reference: Compare to: SPD GSNI-2300-80, IGS 8AU203468BB, Attwood SL34-80-5, GSB-20V-80
These Maxum Hardware replacement gas springs are similar to the above mentioned competitive part number. It is the responsibility of the customer to determine all required dimensions.
Price is Per Pair - Sold as a Set
Shipping ~ 1-2 Business Days
Delivery time may vary due to demand.
|SPD Gas Springs Cross Reference (not made by SPD): ||GSNI-2300-80|
|Attwood Gas Springs Cross Reference (not made by Attwood): ||SL34-80|
|LaVanture Cross Reference (not made by LaVanture): ||LGP8-200-80|
|Rod Dia (d): ||0.314|
|Cylinder Dia (D): ||0.708|
|Stroke (A): ||8.0|
|Extended Length (L): ||20.0|
|Compressed Length (CL): ||12.0|
|Ball Dia: ||10mm|
|Force: ||80 Lbs.|
These Maxum replacement gas springs are pre charged and are intended for small quantity purchases. If you require large quantities please see one of our OEM gas spring categories. *These replacement gas springs are similar to the cross referenced parts. It is the responsibility of the customer to determine all required dimensions. *
* Mount gas springs rod down. Provide physical stops to limit the spring¢‚¬„¢s extremes. Do not scratch, dent, chip, bend or paint the rod. Do not puncture or incinerate. Temperature range is -22‚° to +176‚° F, unless noted. Force tolerances are ~+/- 5 lbs. *
User is responsible for determining whether the Maxum Hardware product is fit for a particular purpose and suitable for user¢‚¬„¢s application. Except where prohibited by law, Maxum Hardware and seller will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from the Maxum Hardware product, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, regardless of the theory asserted, including warranty, contract, negligence or strict liability.
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 05 April, 2010.