RideTech 11320298 Air Suspension System, 78-88 GM G Body
78-87 Buick, 78-88 Chevy, 78-87 GMC, 78-88 Oldsmobile, 78-87 Pontiac
Air Suspension System with ShockWaves for 1978-1988 GM "G" Body cars including Monte Carlo, Regal, Cutlass, Grand Prix, Lemans, El Camino and variants. Includes front & rear HQ Series ShockWaves with integral rebound adjustable shock absorbers, front & rear StrongArm control arms and front & rear MuscleBars. This air ride system takes the guesswork out of choosing the correct air springs and suspension parts for proper handling and ride quality. The heart of the system is Ridetech's exclusive monotube shock absorber technology with 24-position rebound adjustment to help you fine tune for your driving preferences and vehicle demands. Advanced technology hides within the shocks. The monotube design features large 1.834" pistons, heavy duty 5/8" shafts, and impact-forged bodies. Since HQ Series ShockWaves are built to perform and made to last, they are backed by RideTech's exclusive 1,000,001 mile warranty. Based on more than 20 years of R&D, the air springs are correctly sized for Monte Carlo, Grand National, T-Type, 442, Hurst/Olds, El Camino and all G-body variants. All components are available separately as well.
-- This system must be used in conjunction with an air compressor and control system.
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