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Shocks are the BRAINS of your suspension! Nothing influences how your car rides and handles more than shock absorbers. If you could pick only one thing to change on your car to get the most overall improvement. upgrade the brains of your suspension the shocks! It took us 16 years to find shock technology that we felt was worthy of our customers. After engaging the expertise of FOX Racing Shocks, we felt we were able to bring the already crowded shock market a product that was both unique and improved.
1.) 1/2″ hardened shaft is precision ground and straightened to a tolerance of .001″ inch for increased durability and performance
2.) Billet end cap with integrated debris wiper to prevent seal damage
3.) Integral internal bumpstop eliminates extension crashing
4.) Teflon piston wiper allows consistent piston/bore contact and repeatable performance
5.) Specially contoured composite gas separator cup optimizes dead length and ensures proper nitrogen/oil separation
6.) Mono-tube design allows large piston for superior oil control increases ride quality and handling performance
7.) Oversized rod guide improves piston rod stability
8.) Mono-tube bore is cathode anodized for years of wear resistance
9.) Hard coat external anodizing ensures years of lasting beauty and performance
10.) Mono-tube design not only optimizes performance but uses fewer components than a twin tube design. This is superior fluid control in its most simple and efficient form!
Twin-Tube vs Mono-Tube
The mono-tube design is the choice of nearly all high end and OEM and extreme performance shock manufacturers. Its main advantage is that a larger piston and a more efficient oil flow path leads to cooler operating temps and more consistent performance in extreme environments.
If Suspension is altered from stock ride height, additional measurements are required
Measure your existing shock absorber by either removing it from the vehicle or on the vehicle. Determine extension length by jacking the car up until the wheels start to lift off the ground. This will be your extension length; measure the shock from each mounting surface. Next, determine the ride height measurement of your current shock absorber. This can be achieved by measuring the same points but with the car sitting at ride height. Example A shows where to measure a bearing mount (center to center eye). Example B shows where to measure a stud mounted shock (center of lower eye to the bottom of the stud bushing). Use the dimension chart above to match up measurements.
This is my third street rod that I have built that has used the Air Over Leaf kits and I love them. – Fred – See More Testimonials