QA1 EC1985P EC Series Street Stock Shock, Ford Rear, 5 Valve, Heavy
Hobby Stock, Stock Car, Twin Tube Shock Type, Steel Shock Body Material, Smooth Shock Body Type
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For use when the rules require a stock mount shock. Painted white, genuine 50/50 valved replacements in a big body shock. Rear shocks are #5 valving (the higher the number, the stiffer).
- Heavy-duty, economical Street Stock shocks
- Foam cell to reduce fade
- Not adjustable, not gas - made to fit any tracks rules
- Twin tube design (outer tube can get dented w/o binding the shock)
1967-69 & 1982-02 Camaro and Most Ford Car Applications
12.13" compressed/20.13" extended
- 1967-69 & 1982-02 Camaro
- Most Fords
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Q & A
Kyle Vanover discusses how dents affect racing shocks. Learn how monotubes and twin tubes are affected by damage differently.
Tim talks about what options we have for hot rod shocks.
Speedway Motors employee Pat O. talks about shock ends.
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