Spring Style ''A''
*Notes: Some front applications may require the lower a-arm to be dropped for installation. Body diameter may be too large to allow mounting from the bottom. Some control arm's shock openings may need to be enlarged to accept a QA1 shock.
Stud mounts are measured to the shoulder of the stud. Add 13/16'' for installed compressed length per stud mount. Loops and t-bars are measured to the center of the loop. Lengths may vary slightly.
Coil-Over Conversion Systems that Optimize Performance!
QA1 Single Adjustable Pro Coil Systems are great options for anyone looking for fully adjustable ride height and valving control while maintaining stock configuration control arms. Choose a spring rate that fits your driving style and adjusts the valving to match, and you're on your way. This system is a great option for anyone looking for a suspension upgrade for their streetcar or truck. With 18 valving options of simultaneous compression and rebound adjustment, the QA1 Single Adjustable Pro Coil System allows for that soft comfortable ride you want when cruising and the firm handling you'd expect from a more modern sports car.
I am installing upper and lower control arms with QA1 coil over shocks , what size tires can I use on my 1969 camaro? I’m thinking on going with jegs sport torque wheels , 15x7 frt and 15x8 on the rear
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