How to Measure

Tube Shocks



Measure fully extended and collapsed

Shock End Mountings

1. Eye mounts with rubber bushings - measure I.D. of the bushing
2. Eyes with steel sleeves, measure sleeve I.D. and Width
3. Cross pin mounts - measure bolt O.D. & center to center.
4. Stud Mounts - measure stud length and OD
, note if shouldered
5. Stud plate
-
measure bolt O.D. & center to center.


Leaf  Springs



U-Bolts





Coil Springs


Coil Spring End Types



Shock Links

         


History of A-1 Shock Absorber Company

Established in 1936 to rebuild all brands of lever action shocks.

The company grew and then declined as the original owners aged.

We (Mark and Phillip Lincenberg) purchased the business in 1982,

we created our own line of high volume, low price shocks that we sold worldwide.

We also diversified into rebuilding heavy duty truck steering gears and pumps.

As the market changed so did A-1 Shock, we began specializing in

parts for vintage, classic, custom, raised, and lowered cars and trucks.

We also supply shocks for current applications that are not mass produced.

Everything is done on a custom basis so once ordered can not be cancelled or returned.

All parts are guaranteed to fit and function properly and are fully warranted.

Shock and Steering rebuilding on all makes and models where parts are available.

Delco, Lovejoy, Houdaille, Gabriel, Tube shocks, Spiral shocks, etc.

We service all makes of steering units but specialize in 1928 – 1951 Ford gears.

10 year warranty on all rebuilding work, 10 times our competitor's.