RideTech 11280711 TQ Series Rear Shocks, 65-70 Impala
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Coolride Shock Kits
Coolride kits are separated into two components: airsprings and shocks. The shocks often include special brackets that are designed to work with certain vehicle applications. In many cases shock mounts are relocated to the outside of the control arm to provide extra room for an airspring. Shock kits come in a variety of "series" which each have different amounts of shock adjustability for different styles of performance.
The Triple Adjustable Master Series Shock
The Master Series features single or triple adjustable shock valving. It is housed in a lightweight aluminum construction. The Master Series is available in a wide range of stroke lengths, and mounting styles to fit a large variety of applications.
Features: Single rebound adjustment PLUS dual stage high & low speed compression
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