QA1 TS505 GM Adjustable Front Shock
Buick, Chevy, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Twin Tube Shock Type, Aluminum Shock Body Material, Anodized
ThIS aluminum-bodied QA1 Stocker Star Adjustable Front Shock bolt right in where your stockers were and give you twelve valving options to tune your ride and features external adjustment with the knob on the outside of the shock.
- Easy bolt-in installation
- Deflective disc valving - increased valving response, control and consistency
- On-the-car valving adjustment - no more removing shocks to adjust valving, simply turn the knob
- 5/8” centerless ground, hard chrome plated piston rod - increased durability, eliminates piston rod flex
- Forged aluminum body - lightweight, stronger than billet
- Bright anodized body for a show-winning appearance
- 3-step sealing system - exclusively engineered double lip seal with wiper eliminates seal drag and dirt intrusion
- Dyno tested and serialized assures consistency in production and performance
- Revalveable and rebuildable by QA1 Authorized Service Centers
- 1967-69 Camaro/Firebird
- 1968-79 Nova
- 1968-72 Chevelle A-Body
- 1970-72 Monte Carlo
- 1973-77 GM A-Body (Chevelle, Grand Am, Cutlass)
- 1978-81 GM A-Body (Monte Carlo, Malibu, El Camino, Grand Prix, Cutlass)
- 1982-88 GM G-Body (Monte Carlo, Regal, Cutlass, Grand Prix)
- 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 arms’ shock openings may need to be enlarged to accept a QA1 shock.
- Due to deviations from the factory ride heights, it may be necessary to check the actual ride height of your particular application.
- Many Stocker Stars can be converted to different mounting applications.
- Application: Single Adjustable
- Shock Type: Front Shocks
- Compressed Length: 8.75 Inch
- Extended Length: 13.50 Inch
- Upper Mount: Stud
- Lower Mount: T-Bar
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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