RideTech® - TQ Series™ Rear Coilovers

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1978 Buick Regal
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Ridetech®

Buick Regal 1978, TQ Series™ Rear Coilovers by RideTech®. Quantity: 2 per Pack. The TQ coilover has a single rebound adjustment and a dual stage (high speed and low speed) compression adjustment. It uses a remote reservoir that is connected with a 30" braided line for easy installation in a variety of installation applications.

Specifications:

Internal Design: Monotube
Shock Absorber Type: Gas Charged
Adjustment Type: Triple Adjustment
Rebound Adjustment: Yes
Compression Adjustment: Dual
Reservoir: With External Reservoir

Features:

  • Monotube gas pressure design offers superior fade free performance
  • Impact forged aluminum body provides superior strength and reliable service
  • Larger 1.834" piston provides outstanding ride quality
  • Double sealed rod guide with dust cover eliminates oil leakage
  • 5/8" chrome shock shaft
  • Stainless steel spanner wrench that attaches to a 3/8 ratchet allowing coil adjustment in a tight area
  • Anodized finish protects against corrosion
  • CNC machined billet hardware
  • Unique pinch clamp height adjuster uses finer thread for easy adjustment
  • Includes 5/8" bore x 1" kevlar lined bearings for noise free operation
  • High-quality Delrin spring washers allow bind free pre-load adjustments

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  • (2) Rear Coilovers

A coilover is simply a shock surrounded by a coil spring; it places the shock and coil in one linear unit. A coilover is a simple solution for most suspension designs, but can often be difficult to understand what you need. Fortunately, RideTech has your back with 14 years of suspension development.

Choosing a coilover begins with two important decisions. The first is choosing the function of your vehicle. If you are building a performance car, then you will want a coilover that has an adjustable shock. This allows the driver to tweak the “stiffness” of the suspension with a twist of a knob located on the shock. This adjustment knob controls the shock valving which controls the damping of the coilover. This is a huge benefit for drivers who want to fine tune their performance for the track, autocross, or the road. However, if you are building a cruiser, a non-adjustable shock is a much more economical solution. The RideTech non-adjustable shock is preset to give a soft valve setting which allows the best ride quality possible, leaving the guess work out.

The second most important decision in choosing a coilover is finding your desired spring-rate for the coil spring. Spring rate is the force required to compress a spring 1? and is an important factor in how comfortable your car rides and your ride height. Finding the desired spring rate is a bit tricky, since you will have to know a little more about the design of your suspension.

RideTech® is a trustworthy manufacturer of the finest suspension systems that allow car owners to get the most out their muscle car, hot rod, truck or UTV. The company sets industry benchmarks with its strong commitment to quality, innovation and performance. Whatever customer needs, smooth comfort, superior performance or an ease of adjustability, RideTech provides efficient and reliable solutions to upgrade the whole suspension system and meet a wide range of customer desires and budgets. With years of manufacturing experience married with strict quality control, RideTech continues to create premium air and coil suspension components, parts, and kits which further establish its ultimate role as a performance suspension specialist.

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Warranty Information

For years, Ridetech® has gone above and beyond to improve the quality, durability and performance of their shock options. It is because of these improvements and dedication to their craft, Ridetech® is proud to offer a 1,000,001 mile warranty on all shocks purchased after January 1st, 2013. This includes company’s most popular shocks, like their many coilover and strut options, as well as Q-series and ShockWave models.

But why 1,000,001 miles? Well, owner of Ridetech®, Bret Voelkel said it best in the company’s recent press release.

“In partnering with the engineers at Fox, we’ve been able to see dramatic improvements in the handling performance, ride quality and durability of our entire shock line,” Voelkel stated. “At this point, all RideTech shocks, ShockWaves, Coilovers, Struts and the new Q Series Smoothbody shocks use this new monotube platform. This 1,000,001 mile warranty is a demonstration of our confidence in this program.”

If you happen to sell your vehicle with Ridetech® shocks still covered under the warranty, you can even transfer the guarantee to the new owner by visiting the warranty website.

Items to know about the Ridetech® 1,000,001 mile warranty:

Obvious external damage cannot be warrantied (accident, component abrasion, etc.). Ridetech® cannot pay for any removal or installation charges. Ridetech® also cannot pay for any other repairs or damage that might happen to your car. You must register your product within 30 days of purchase to be eligible for the 1,000,001 mile warranty. If you sell your car before the warranty expires, the warranty can be transferred to a new owner.

Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act:
Legally, a vehicle manufacturer cannot void the warranty on a vehicle due to an aftermarket part unless they can prove that the aftermarket part caused or contributed to the failure in the vehicle (per the Magnuson Moss Warranty Act (15 U.S.C. 2302(C)) Learn More

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