Video: QA1 Speaks Performance Mopar Suspension Systems

Most of you probably think of shocks when you hear the name QA1, but did you know they have much more than shocks to offer? QA1 has a catalog full of suspension components and has recently expanded into high performance driveshafts. There are far and few companies offering such an extensive line of aftermarket suspension parts for our Mopars. The best part is everything is made right here in the USA!

At QA1 they have multiple options to fit your budget. All components, such as tubular arms, strut bars, shocks etc are all compatible with stock k-member as well as the QA1 tubular k-member. This allows the budget minded individual to buy each piece as needed and not worry about compatibility issues down the road. On the flip side if you want to purchase everything at once they have options for that too. Depending on your driving style, QA1 kits come in 3 different levels ranging from from street cruising to all out race ready kit.

For those of you that are fabricators and might want to build your own suspension, they have plenty of options for you too! QA1 has an array of builder parts including rod ends, spherical bearings, custom linkages and even carbon fiber driveshafts. Yes you heard us right; carbon fiber driveshaft and yes they can build a custom driveshaft to fit your classic Mopar along with many other vehicles.

We are grateful that QA1 has spent the time to create quality USA made products while not ignoring the Mopar community. QA1 has helped many Mopar enthusiasts take their suspensions to the next level. So if your in the market or thinking about replacing some of your worn out parts, don’t forget that QA1 can remedy all of your shock, suspension and driveshaft needs.

P.S. We hear that they are working on building bolt in carbon fiber driveshafts for modern Mopar in the near future.

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Gavin Wollenburg

Sales Associate/Staff Editor – Gavin grew up around Mopars in his lakeside home in Ohio, his father showing him nearly everything he needed to know about haulin' some serious rear in his '72 Dart Swinger. Since then, he's made his little A-Body a serious autocross contender and regularly shows the modern boys how an old Dart does it!

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