MOA 430 Premium Air Ride Front Shock / Struts 11" - 17" Stroke, Pair

MOA 430 Premium Air Ride Front Shock / Struts 11" - 17" Stroke, Pair Welcome to the MOA 430 Bag Shocks / Struts (Pair) designed exclusively for the Aircooled…

  • 030010007

  • Limebug

  • In Stock

£475.00

MOA 430 Premium Air Ride Front Shock / Struts 11" - 17" Stroke, Pair

Welcome to the MOA 430 Bag Shocks / Struts (Pair) designed exclusively for the Aircooled VW market. 

Designed for the following models:

• T1 Front 1949-1966 Beetle / Ghia (All Variations)
• T1 Front 1967-1979 Beetle / Ghia (All Variations running Limebug Jawbreaker series beams (Not including 1302/03 models)
• T2 Front 1968-79 Bay Window (Fitted with lower relocators available separately)
• T2 Front 1950-67 Split Screen (Fitted with lower relocators available separately)
• T3 Front Fastback / Squareback and Notchback fitted with T1-T3 Jawbreaker conversion beam.

Years of research/ design and development in air ride technology have gone into developing this new bag strut. Featuring the following:

• 295mm-430mm  (11.6”-17”) Compressed - Extended Range.
• 780lbs of lifting force at 100PSI with re-In forced sidewall.
• Rose Joint (spherical joint) Ends top and bottom to allow for our of true perfect operation.
• Metric 12mm Bosses top and bottom
• 1/4" NPT Sunken Air Tap Mount 1/4" PTC as standard / interchangeable.
• Shallow cut on the lower body for trailing arm clearance through the travel range. • Scalloped top mount for beam clearance Restricted 100mm Max Expansion Diameter.

Always use the MOA430 struts with Titan Through Rods in your beam to maximize ride quality and upper/ lower travel limits.


Product Code: 30010007
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