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7000 series shockwave

Universal ShockWaves


The ShockWave mounts just like a conventional coilover and replaces both the coil spring and the shock absorber. It is available in several different airspring styles and shock lengths to fit nearly any application.

Universal ShockWaves comes in a variety of mounting and ride height options, making them a perfect solution for your custom project. First you will need to choose the ShockWave best suited for your vehicle's load capacity; then you will need to choose compression and extended shock lengths. Choose from the options below:

 

The difference between ShockWave series


1000 series chart

1000 Series

The 1000 series double convoluted ShockWave, with its shorter stroke and larger diameter will have a larger load capacity and spring rate that is appropriate for the front of most vehicles. It is also a progressive spring, which means that the further it is compressed, the firmer the spring rate. This progressive spring rate helps the vehicle ride very comfortably at a normal ride height and still offer great handling when the spring is compressed farther, such as a tight turn.

104 series chart

104 Series

The 104mm ShockWave combines the load capacity of the double convoluted ShockWave with the stroke and linear spring rate of the rolling sleeve ShockWave. It is used in the front of some vehicles to further improve ride quality, and in the rear of some very heavy vehicles to increase load capacity. It is exactly the same overall diameter as the 6.5" diameter double convoluted ShockWave.

7000 series chart

7000 Series

The 7000 and 8000 series ShockWave, with a smaller diameter and longer stroke will have a less load capacity and a softer spring rate that is appropriate for the rear of most vehicles with a solid rear axle. The spring rate and load capacity is infl uenced by the profi le of the lower piston. A straight piston will offer a very linear, or constant spring rate throughout its travel. A tapered lower piston will result in a more progressive spring rate much like the double convoluted airspring.

 

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1000 Series ShockWave

Front

Diameter and load capacity:
6.5" diameter = 2140 lbs. at 100 psi

Recommended Applications:
Independent front and/or Independent rear installations on vehicles weighing 1500-2500 lbs. per axle. NOT recommended for solid axle rear applications... not enough travel, too much load capacity.

Shop for 1000 Series ShockWaves:
Each part number links to the appropriate product to add to your shopping cart. [Click Here] For a list of the differences between shock series.
1000 Series
Double Convoluted
Master Series Select Series
Non
Adjustable
Single
Adjustable
Triple
Adjustable
Electronic
Adjustable
Comp Ride Ext Stroke Mount $700/pair $900/pair $1400/pair $1200/pair
9.35 10.7 11.6 2.9 Bearing 24020101 21120101 24320101 25120101
9.65 11.0 11.9 2.9 Stud 24020105 21120105 24320105 25120105
10.05 11.8 13.0 3.6 Bearing 24030101 21130101 24330101 25130101
10.35 12.1 13.3 3.6 Stud 24030105 21130105 24330105 25130105
10.75 12.8 14.2 4.1 Bearing 24040101 21140101 24340101 25140101
11.05 13.1 14.5 4.1 Stud 24040105 21140105 24340105 25140105

 

 

104 Series ShockWave

Front

Diameter and load capacity:
6.5" diameter = 2010 lbs. at 100 psi

Recommended Applications:
Independent front and / or Independent rear installations on vehicles weighing 1200-2000 lbs. per axle. NOT recommended for solid axle rear applications... not enough travel, too much load capacity.

Shop for 1000 Series ShockWaves:
Each part number links to the appropriate product to add to your shopping cart. [Click Here] For a list of the differences between shock series.
104 Series
Sleeve Style
Master Series Select Series
Non
Adjustable
Single
Adjustable
Triple
Adjustable
Electronic
Adjustable
Comp Ride Ext Stroke Mount $700/pair $900/pair $1400/pair $1200/pair
9.35 10.7 11.6 2.9 Bearing 24020301 21120301 24320301 25120301
9.65 11.0 11.9 2.9 Stud 24020305 21120305 24320305 25120305
10.05 11.8 13.0 3.6 Bearing 24030301 21130301 24330301 25130301
10.35 12.1 13.3 3.6 Stud 24030305 21130305 24330305 25130305
10.75 12.8 14.2 4.1 Bearing 24040301 21140301 24340301 25140301
11.05 13.1 14.5 4.1 Stud 24040305 21140305 24340305 25140305

 

 

7000 Series ShockWave

Rear

Diameter and load capacity:
4" diameter = 780 lbs. at 100 psi

Recommended Applications:
Solid rear axle: Rear axle weight is less than 1500lbs. NOT recommended for IFS installations... not enough load capacity

Shop for 1000 Series ShockWaves:
Each part number links to the appropriate product to add to your shopping cart. [Click Here] For a list of the differences between shock series.
7000 Series
Rear ShockWave
Master Series Select Series
Non
Adjustable
Single
Adjustable
Triple
Adjustable
Electronic
Adjustable
Comp Ride Ext Stroke Mount $700/pair $900/pair $1400/pair $1200/pair
10.75 12.8 14.2 4.1 Bearing 24040701 21140701 24340701 25240701
11.85 14.6 16.4 5.2 Bearing 24050701 21150701 24350701 25250701
13 16.3 18.6 6.3 Bearing 24060701 21160701 24360701 25260701
13.75 17.5 20 6.9 Bearing 24070701 21170701 24370701 25270701

 

 

8000 Series ShockWave

Rear

Diameter and load capacity:
5" diameter = 1200 lbs. at 100 psi

Recommended Applications:
Solid rear axle: Rear axle weight is 1500-2400lbs. NOT recommended for IFS installations... not enough load capacity

Shop for 1000 Series ShockWaves:
Each part number links to the appropriate product to add to your shopping cart. [Click Here] For a list of the differences between shock series.
8000 Series
Rear ShockWave
Master Series Select Series
Non
Adjustable
Single
Adjustable
Triple
Adjustable
Electronic
Adjustable
Comp Ride Ext Stroke Mount $700/pair $900/pair $1400/pair $1200/pair
10.75 12.8 14.2 4.1 Bearing 24040801 21140801 24340801 25240801
11.85 14.6 16.4 5.2 Bearing 24050801 21150801 24350801 25250801
13 16.3 18.6 6.3 Bearing 24060801 21160801 24360801 25260801
13.75 17.5 20 6.9 Bearing 24070801 21170801 24370801 25270801

 


 

General Terms to Know:


Compressed Length

This is the measurement from the two mounting points when the suspension is fully compressed.


Ride Length

This is the distance between the two mounting points when the vehicle is at the height it is intended to be driven


Extended Length

This is the length between the mounting points when the suspension is at full extension


Mounting Style

What length ShockWave should be used?

in general the longer the better. A longer ShockWave will give you more suspension travel. More suspension travel will allow a better ride quality because the vehicle has more distance to absorb road irregularities. The heavier the vehicle, the more important this becomes.


Information on ride height:

The ride height of the ShockWave is much more important than the air pressure it runs at.

Every ShockWave has an optimal ride height. The farther you deviate from this intended ride height the more ride quality and handling performance will suffer.

If run too low, the ShockWave and/or suspension may bottom out. If run too high, the excessive air pressure will create a stiff ride, AND you may "top out" the ShockWave.

Differences between shock series