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Originally posted by Mopar_guy Mopar_guy wrote:

I see it's offered in a 450 lb spring as well. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/qa1-gd507-10450c
FWIW, QA1's only have a one year warranty vs a million mile warranty on Ridetech's plus the Ridetech's are all made in the USA rather than parts of them and assembled here.

I hear ya, good point. I've had double adjustable QA1 shocks on the 70 Challenger for almost 10 years now with no issues. 
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