9''/10'' Spring Length
The perfect ride for your rod...
QA1 Alumamatic coilover shocks apply deflective disc valving that allows for better shaft speed control offering a better control for changing road conditions. The 5/8" chrome-plated solid piston rod offers greater strength over hollow piston rods of smaller diameter. Rod flex is eliminated and valving consistency is maintaned. The double-lip seal design of these shocks reduces leakage while a secondary wiper seal prevents road grime from reaching the seals. Each adjustable shock includes an anodized aluminum spring cap, seat, locking ring, and one-piece bushings. The shocks are 100% dyno-tested and feature an anodized finish. American Made in Lakeville, MN Features:
- Lightweight Aluminum Body
- Ride Height Adjustable
- Accepts 2-1/2" O.D. Springs
- 100% Dyno Test and Serialized
- Revalveable and Rebuildable by the QA1 Factory or QA1 Authorized Service Centers
- Precision Machined Aluminum Piston with P.T.F.E. Piston Band
- 5/8" Centerless Ground, Hard Chrome Plated, Solid Piston Rod
- Three Step Sealing System
- Sold 1/pkg
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