Polished “Hot Rod Shock” – 7.9″ – 11.2″

$180.00

California Prop 65 Warning 

Description

The  RideTech “Hot Rod Shocks” are specifically designed to improve ride quality and performance in Straight Axle applications. To thrive in this harsh environment requires an extremely short shock length and specifically tuned compression and rebound dampening. 

This shock has an eye-to-eye compressed measurement of 7.9″ and extended measurement of 11.2″.   Included are 3 sets of 1.25″ wide sleeves allowing for bolt sizes of 7/16″, 1/2″ and 5/8″.   

  • Specifically valved for Straight Axle Front or Rear Applications on Street Rods
  • 1.5″ diameter body brilliantly polished by Advanced Plating
  • Monotube design allows large piston superior oil control, increases ride quality and handling performance
  • 1/2″ harnened shaft is precision ground and straightened to a tolerance of .001″ for increased durability and performance
  • Teflon piston wiper allow consistent piston/bore contact and repeatable performance. 
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1 review for Polished “Hot Rod Shock” – 7.9″ – 11.2″

  1. DW Horton

    Don’t wait for your current shocks to wear out before upgrading – you’ll notice a difference when you switch to these. For the money, I’m not sure there’s much I’ve done to my ’32 for a few hundred dollars that’s made this much improvement in the ride.
    Specs: Posies ultra low leaf spring, Pete & Jakes aluminum I beam.

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Polished “Hot Rod Shock” – 7.9″ – 11.2″

$180.00

California Prop 65 Warning 

Description

The  RideTech “Hot Rod Shocks” are specifically designed to improve ride quality and performance in Straight Axle applications. To thrive in this harsh environment requires an extremely short shock length and specifically tuned compression and rebound dampening. 

This shock has an eye-to-eye compressed measurement of 7.9″ and extended measurement of 11.2″.   Included are 3 sets of 1.25″ wide sleeves allowing for bolt sizes of 7/16″, 1/2″ and 5/8″.   

  • Specifically valved for Straight Axle Front or Rear Applications on Street Rods
  • 1.5″ diameter body brilliantly polished by Advanced Plating
  • Monotube design allows large piston superior oil control, increases ride quality and handling performance
  • 1/2″ harnened shaft is precision ground and straightened to a tolerance of .001″ for increased durability and performance
  • Teflon piston wiper allow consistent piston/bore contact and repeatable performance. 
Videos

 

Reviews (1)

1 review for Polished “Hot Rod Shock” – 7.9″ – 11.2″

  1. DW Horton

    Don’t wait for your current shocks to wear out before upgrading – you’ll notice a difference when you switch to these. For the money, I’m not sure there’s much I’ve done to my ’32 for a few hundred dollars that’s made this much improvement in the ride.
    Specs: Posies ultra low leaf spring, Pete & Jakes aluminum I beam.

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Polished “Hot Rod Shock” – 7.9″ – 11.2″

$180.00

California Prop 65 Warning 

Description

The  RideTech “Hot Rod Shocks” are specifically designed to improve ride quality and performance in Straight Axle applications. To thrive in this harsh environment requires an extremely short shock length and specifically tuned compression and rebound dampening. 

This shock has an eye-to-eye compressed measurement of 7.9″ and extended measurement of 11.2″.   Included are 3 sets of 1.25″ wide sleeves allowing for bolt sizes of 7/16″, 1/2″ and 5/8″.   

  • Specifically valved for Straight Axle Front or Rear Applications on Street Rods
  • 1.5″ diameter body brilliantly polished by Advanced Plating
  • Monotube design allows large piston superior oil control, increases ride quality and handling performance
  • 1/2″ harnened shaft is precision ground and straightened to a tolerance of .001″ for increased durability and performance
  • Teflon piston wiper allow consistent piston/bore contact and repeatable performance. 
Videos

 

Reviews (1)

1 review for Polished “Hot Rod Shock” – 7.9″ – 11.2″

  1. DW Horton

    Don’t wait for your current shocks to wear out before upgrading – you’ll notice a difference when you switch to these. For the money, I’m not sure there’s much I’ve done to my ’32 for a few hundred dollars that’s made this much improvement in the ride.
    Specs: Posies ultra low leaf spring, Pete & Jakes aluminum I beam.

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