16 Series Aluminum Threaded Body Monotube Shock
QA1 16 Series Aluminum monotube shock absorbers feature a hard anodized 6061 aluminum threaded body.
20 Series Sealed Monotube Shock
QA1's 20 Series monotube shock absorber features a 2" O.D sealed body and can be custom valved from our Lakeville, MN facilities.
23 Series Sealed Monotube Shock
QA1's 23 Series Stock Mount Monotube Shock is the first sealed stock mount monotube available with custom valving and features the same internal components of the popular 26 Series.
26 Series Steel Monotube Shock
Available with Schrader valve, hyperscrew or sealed hyperscrew (IMCA legal), this one-piece, steel bodied monotube is the lowest priced, best performing shock in its class.
27 Series Stock Mount Monotube Shock
QA1's 27 Series bolt-in, monotube shocks come in all popular stock mount options, making them a great choice for all classes that require a stock mount shock.
51 Series Steel Large Body Twin Tube Shock
QA1's 51 Twin Tube Steel shock features anodized internals and a brand new in-house machined larger body.
53 Series Stock Mount Steel Twin Tube Shock
The 53 Series Twin Tube Shocks are the upgraded version of the FC Series and feature a brand new body which is 100% made in-house and is designed with enhanced internal gas bag clearance.
60 Series Aluminum Smooth Body Twin Tube Shock
Commonly used for sprint car applications, the 60 Series is a smooth body twin tube shock that will provide the driver more grip and feel as track conditions diminish.
62 Series Aluminum Threaded Twin Tube Shock
The 62 series is lightweight aluminum, threaded body twin tube shock that will provide late model and modified drivers plenty of grip and feel on average to dry-slick dirt and asphalt tracks where traction is limited.
63 Series Sealed Aluminum Threaded Twin Tube Shock
The 63 series is a sealed non-rebuildable version of the 62 series. It features a lightweight aluminum, threaded, one-piece body twin tube shock that will provide late model and modified drivers plenty of grip and feel on average to dry-slick dirt and asphalt tracks where traction is limited.