QA1 8244-7 Alum. Small Body Shock, 4 Inch Stroke, 4/7 Comp/Reb
Universal Fit, Twin Tube Shock Type, Non-Adjustable Shock Adjustability, 4 Compression Valving
The 82 Series shock works great in various lightweight racing classes. The threaded body makes coil-over adjustments a breeze and its two-piece design allows the shock to be repaired inexpensively. This shock is a popular choice for dwarf cars, micros, mini sprints, lightweight road race and recreational vehicles. It works best on average to dry-slick dirt or asphalt tracks.
- Small body
- Racer revalveable and rebuildable
- Deflective disc valving
- Damping curve allows for complete control of suspension at low shaft speeds without creating extreme forces at high shaft velocities
- Twin tube design allows the outer tube to be dented without binding the shock
- 1-5/8" O.D. Lightweight aluminum body
- Can be run in any orientation with no change in rate
- Replaceable 1/2" I.D. bearings
- 100% Dyno tested and serialized
- Made in the USA
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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