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QA1 Shocks - QA1 59 Series Steel Economy Shocks
59 Series Economy shocks were Previously Carrera Shocks 21 Series. They are made of Twin Tube Design and the 2" O. D. Steel Body outer tube can get dented without binding the shock. These shocks are Not For Use With Coil-Overs

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Description: 12.13" Compressed Length, 19.53" Extended Length
Item #: QA15975-3
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Description: 12.13" Compressed Length, 19.53" Extended Length
Item #: QA15976
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Description: 12.13" Compressed Length, 19.53" Extended Length
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Description: 14.13" Compressed Length, 23.22" Extended Length
Item #: QA15996
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More About QA1 59 Series Steel Economy Shocks

59 Series Economy (Previously Carrera Shocks 21 Series)
  • Twin Tube DesignThe outer tube can get dented without binding the shock.
  • 2" O. D. Steel Body
  • 1/2" Bearings
  • Gas Cell to Reduce Fade
  • Not For Use With Coil-Overs
  • Notes: Be certain to check compressed and extended lengths carefully for proper fit. QA1's lengths do not necessarily correspond to competitor's lengths. General Tech TipsWhen running a split valve shock, it is important to understand that the valving will not reverse when the shock is mounted upside down. For example, a 5973-5 will always be a 3 valve on compression and a 5 valve on rebound regardless of the orientation of the shock. The function of your shock is to take undesirable motion (or energy) from your chassis and turn this energy into heat. Shock temperatures vary greatly depending on the damping rate, track conditions and ambient air temperatures to which the shock is exposed. Do not assume that your shock is not working just because it is hot. Help your shocks maintain top performance by wiping down the piston rod each week with a clean towel to keep dirt and grit from penetrating the rod seal area.