T1 / T2 / T3 Ultimate Billet RQ - 65 Beetle / Ghia + Jawbreaker All Years / Type 3 / Bay Window Front Eyelet / Eyelet Air Sleeve Shocks (Pair) 273-361mm
T1 / T2 / T3 Ultimate Billet RQ - 65 Beetle / Type 3 / Bay Window Front Eyelet / Eyelet Air Sleeve Shocks (Pair) Aircooled VW Ultimate Performance…
T1 / T2 / T3 Ultimate Billet RQ - 65 Beetle / Type 3 / Bay Window Front Eyelet / Eyelet Air Sleeve Shocks (Pair)
Aircooled VW Ultimate Performance Air Ride Parts
The pinnacle in air ride suspension technology has arrived. Featuring fully restricted sidewall to max Diameter of 4". While providing more than ample front axle lifting load for all models of T1 / T2 / T3. We have now a custom range of premium bag sleeve struts with 24 levels of rebounding adjustment allowing a totally tweakable ride for any configuration. Each Ultimate Ridetech RQ strut is furnished with custom machined reducers to all for perfect fitment for metrics of your Aircooled VW.
These systems are for the user seeking absolute ultimate customizable performance in a visually stunning package.
Eyelet-Eyelet Style (12mm-12mm)
10.75" (273.05mm) Compressed Height
14.22" (361.18mm) Extended Height
4.1" (104.14mm) Stroke
Diameter and load capacity: 4" max expanded diameter = 780 lbs. (353.8kg) @ 100 psi
The Handling Quality Series features single adjustable shock valving. It is housed in an impact forged aluminum construction.
- Completely redesigned internal design
- Aluminum construction
- Single adjustable shock valving
- Impact forged body / mono-tube design for superior ride quality and durability
- Easy & precise valve adjustment with 24 rebound clicks
Product Code: 30010175
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