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Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by vlmohr, Jul 22, 2015.
I dislike QA1 for many reasons from the design of the whole system to how the shocks are built internally
If you must do a built-in coilover. The Vari-Shocks are a much better setup
I'm going to the PTFB lower arms and the Viking double-adjustable coil overs on my 70. Everyone recommended the 450lb springs too for everyday and mildly aggressive street driving.
Got an older but new QA coilover I'll make a deal on!
Thanks for the replies. I really can't afford the coil-overs.
So I decided to put the Moog 5610 springs in. Found that both my springs were broken. After i got it back together it sat almost where it was 14 3/8". Took it out for a drive and felt a noticeable improvement. It settled at about 14". Hoping that with a few more miles it will settle a little more. But overall happy with the stance and looks it has right now.
Hi! My question is more about the rear shocks. Right now I have 20" shocks in the rear but I was recommended to get the 24" shocks. I have a Monroe shock number but I wanted to know if it was compatible with my 79. The number is 5820 in the Monroe line. Is it compatible?
So, do the 5610's sit similar to stock? Mine are totally baffed (5608) and I would like a stance as close to stock as possible.
I wouldn't say that the 5610s sit similar to stock since I read mostly about them being a go to budget drop spring.
Agreed, but I also read many people posting about how much of a crap shoot it is to get a ride height that is actually advertised for a given spring. I'd be OK with an inch lower, but 2 and beyond is a bit much for me.