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Author Topic:   welded bearing shocks
VIPER000
Member
posted July 06, 2001 11:04 AM
i am putting new shocks on the car and was thinking about using a welded bearing shock. i can find plenty of info on modified and late model combinations but was wandering what works best for a street stock. am probubly looking at pro shock.
the car is 3100 lb with a track that is a long 1/4 short 3/8 banked clay and is generaly wet with one ruff turn and one smooth. any help would be aprreciated.
i was going to go with the mod setup but was worried about the extra 600 lb.


cmiller51
Member
posted July 06, 2001 02:17 PM
My car is about the same as yours as far as weight goes. I use the Afco shocks. 1294's on the rear and 1275 and 1276-4 on the front. The 76-4 is a split valve shock that I use for the right front. I really can't tell the difference between it and a 76 (on the track) but nevertheless, I run it anyway.


PEDDLER
Member
posted July 08, 2001 07:36 AM
Try QA-1. They make a good shock and will help on your setup.Some are rebuildable.


Sidebite
unregistered
posted July 10, 2001 12:05 PM           
You are correct about the added weight being a concern over the modified setup. I would call Pro or AFCO to talk with them about which shocks you should start with. Both companies have excellent tech support.

AFCO Racing - 812.897.0900 http://www.afcoracing.com/

Pro Shocks - 770.995.6300 http://www.proshocks.com/

Dan 21
Member
posted July 10, 2001 12:57 PM
Viperooo Call Walter Stanley at Pro shocks and he will be more than glad to help you. The phone number is listed in the post above.WAlter will help with your setup and shocks. Dan 21


MOD RACER#93
Member
posted July 10, 2001 06:34 PM
i ran this on my 3300# stock car. Pro shocks.. 7-5's front...and 9-5's rear... also had an easy up shock for the right front... used it only when the track went dry slick... i used these same shocks on my mod too..


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