Picking the Right Front Drag Shocks
Lakewood Industries offers drag shocks for a wide variety of applications including market exclusive drag shocks for Mustangs and Camaros.
90/10 front shocks allow faster weight transfer and front end lift. 70/30 shocks rise more slowly. Additional weight transfer tuning can be accomplished with limiting front suspension travel. 70/30 front shocks and struts can be used for both street and strip applications. When using 70/30 front shocks or struts on the strip, disconnect the front sway bar for maximum track performance. Reconnect the sway bar when taking your car back on the streets. Front sway bars can be disconnected with 90/10 front shocks as well.
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It's that time of the year to get your vehicle ready to run and beat the pants off of your numbers from last race season. Lakewood Industries has the products for racers at any level to improve your ETs and strengthen suspension. Here's 10 good reasons to pick up some drag shocks for your race vehicle now.
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