- Monotube gas pressure design
- Impact-forged aluminum shock body
- High-tensile premium steel coil spring (2.500 in. diameter x 8 in. height)
- 1.834 in. large internal piston
- A double-sealed rod guide with dust cover
- 5/8 (.625) in. shock shaft with chrome finish
- All CNC-machined billet hardware
- Pinch clamp height adjuster with fine-threads for easy adjustability
- Kevlar lined bearings (1/2 (.500) in. x 1 in.)
- For use with rear 4-link suspension systems
Enhance Your Ride Quality
Ridetech offers hot rodders the ultimate in handling performance, ride quality, and simplicity with coil-over suspension components. Each Coil-Over System includes two monotube shocks with 2 1/2 in. steel springs containing a linear spring rate accuracy capable of maintaining long-term ride height. RideTech Smooth Body HQ (Handling Quality) Shocks are built on a monotube design, optimizing performance by using fewer internal components than twin-tube shocks. The Monotube key advantages are the use of a larger piston, more precise valving and efficient oil flow path to create cooler operating temperatures for predictably-consistent performance, with respect to damping and reliability in extreme environments.
Note: Front Systems are for use with Ridetech StrongArm Control Arms; Rear Systems are for use with either Ridetech Rear Suspension Systems or rear StrongArms (neither intended for stock suspensions unless noted).
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