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- QA1 GM Pro Coil Single Adjustable Coil-Over Conversion Systems
QA1 Pro Coil Front Coil-Over System Single Adjustable Shock
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Spring Style ''B''
*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.
put a 502 crate in, the front end sits really well at lease 8 inchs off ground, BUT I run the mickey thompsons n50 15 in rear so I had to jack it up, what I want to do is bring the front up level, so from stock hight how high could I go sb springs
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