Got new shocks! I had no idea how much of a differemce adjustable shocks could make. Its like a whole different car!
Yes...They are QA1's single adjustable. The instructions said 6 - 12 clicks for street driving so I started at 9. I ended up at 5 in the front and 6 in the back. I wanted it a bit stiffer on the back springs since it seemed to drop too easy going through dips with more than one person in the car. They really help with the bump steer up front too. It was horrible with my old Monroe gas matics. Changed the feel of the whole car!What brand, and how did you end up adjustment wise?
Stocker NA stands for Non-Adjustable, so it wouldn't be those(TN series). Designed as an improvement over stock shocks, and for use where rules don't allow adjustable shocksI looked at Summit for QA1 shocks and there are 3 different shocks for a 67. Which one did you get for your car?
Stocker, Stocker NA or the Stocker R series. Any chance a part# would help. I want to order also
"nobody does" . . . . . staying under the (Covid - 19) radar . . . . . lolWhats up? You changed your avatar, I didn't recognize you!
I get it out quite a bit on the weekends, but there are rules. No rain in the forcast, I stay off the freeways and away from traffic as much as possible, and if it is a time of year when lots of bugs are out the car stays in! One of the strangest things about the car is getting into it and smelling the "New Car" smell. I have always had an old car of some sort, and most of them smelled old.WOW what a difference the QA1 rear shocks made. I ordered the QA1 TS703's got them from Summit. Changed the ride greatly. Very happy. I tried 9 clicks to start and ended with 5. Very happy. Thanks for the heads up about these shocks "jd128"
Sorry, I just saw your question today. I put the TS703 in the back and TS506 in front. I see by your other post that you already got them. Glad you are happy with them!If you could give me the Part# that would be great. Was it the TS703, TS802 or the TS506