Ridetech Coilovers For Use With Stock Control Arms HQ Series Front Pair 1965-1966

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Ridetech Coilovers For Use With Stock Control Arms HQ Series Front Pair 1965-1966

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Pair of Ridetech Front HQ Series Coilovers for use with Stock Control Arms on 1965-1966 Mustangs.

Ridetech coilovers offer the ultimate ride quality, handling performance and simplicity. HQ (Handling Quality) shocks are a step up from the RQ (Ride Quality) shocks. HQ shocks feature a different internal design and adjustability. A knob contains 26 clicks for you to adjust between a soft or firm ride. Pair this set of front coilovers with the same series rear coilovers to gain full control over your Mustang.

- Single adjustable monotube shock
- Anodized finished
- Proper spring rate
- High quality 2-1/2" springs
- CNC machined billet hardware

Monotube construction offers superior fade free performance and great ride quality. An impact forged aluminum body with an anodized finish provides superior strength and reliable service. A 5/8" chrome shock shaft moves a 1.834" piston that dampens suspension travel. Oil leakage is eliminated by use of a double sealed rod guide with a dust cover. The height adjuster uses a unique clamp and finer thread for easy adjustment. There is no set screw to ruin threads on the shock body. Includes 1/2" bore x 1" kevlar lined bearings for noise free operation and CNC machined billet hardware.

Ridetech uses high quality 2-1/2" coil springs made right in Indiana by HyperCo. HyperCo uses CNC'd cold wound high tensile premium steel. This lessens weight, resists bowing and increases travel. Ridetech engineers the spring rates to help your car handle to the best of its abilities.

*Requires factory control arms for mounting.

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does the coil overs replace the stock front coil springs as the air shocks do

Asked by: gerry1965
Yes it will.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-09-20
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