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    RED/ with silver stripes
    2002 Chevy Camaro SS 35th

    Qa1 (hal) Shocks:

    Front shocks - Drag Race "R" - $179.95 ea
    275 lb front spring - $49.95 ea.
    Spanner Wrench $14.95.
    Rear shocks- single adjustable - $149.95 ea

    These are all brand new never installed still in the boxes.
    I bought them off of www.bmrfabrication.com
    For just under $800.00, I changed my mind and I'm going to go
    With a set of Bilstein from SLP. Not going to be stripping my LE
    Or getting 400-500 hp out of her anytime some.

    Feel free to pm or e-mail for pictures or questions, also I have references,
    Iím one of the founding members of www.phbfa.net. And a member of www.35thle.com. I'm a serviceman over here in Hawaii. (GO NAVY!!!! )
    Barry Martin
    ad1_martin@yahoo.co.uk
    808-454-1781

    Asking $650.00 plus shipping obo. Hoping someone needs these and can
    Put them to good use.
    Thank-you

    Here is some info in the QA1 FRONT - QA1 Shocks produce the single best shocks available for GM F-body cars (1993-Present Camaro's and Firebirds). Street, strip, or handling, this is the shock that can do it all! The GEN-F provides machined aluminum; externally adjustable shocks designed specifically for this series chassis. The valuing adjustment is made with a single knob at the base of the shock (12 settings total), enabling you to adjust to changing track conditions or for ride comfort. The GEN-F shock is machined aluminum, bright anodized, and incorporates No. 8 Acme threads for easy ride height adjustments. Combined with QA1's exclusive, F-body specific coil over springs, this shock combines ride height and valuing adjustability making this combination the dominant force on the track or street. Saves 17 lbs. per pair over stock spring/shock combination.

    REAR - GM F-body cars' chassis design uses a torque arm suspension differing them from the rest of the crowd. That's why QA1 shocks have designed a superior rear shock specifically for this series chassis. The GEN-F rear shock is engineered to handle it all - from drag and road racing to everyday street use. Offered in-both single or double adjustable as well as Drag Race specific valuing.

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    RED/ with silver stripes
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    Also sell complete NOS system brand new!!!

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