Garage Sale - Mustang II Bolt-On Coil-Over Shock, QA1
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These shocks provide the highest quality performance characteristics for your Mustang II front end. They enables the use of a longer spring, which allows for a lighter overall spring rate. By building the upper section of the spring to factory dimensions, this puts the weight back into the frame instead of on a single stud.
- Single (rebound) adjustable valving
- Billet aluminum body
- Developed for high performance with increased travel
- Unique piston rod design provides shorter compressed height to allow lower car ride height
- Easy bolt-in installation
NOTE: Not recommended for front axle weights in excess of 1900 lbs.
This is garage sale priced because it is missing the bushings.This shock is garage sale priced because it is missing the bushings and the snap rings for the lower bearing.
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- 12-Position rebound valving adjuster knob changes the rebound valving
- Complete suspension control in one easy-to-reach location
- Deflective Disc Valving
- Aluminum Shock Body
- 5/8" Centerless Ground, Hard Chrome Plated, Solid Piston Rod
- Three Step Sealing System
- Revalveable and Rebuildable by QA1 Authorized Service Center
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Q & A
How to remove shock rod end and install bump rubber/bump cup.
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Speedway Motors employee Pat O. talks about shock ends.
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