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Austin Healey

1957-70 Set of 4 - Austin Healey Sprite Shocks

$ 415
Sale Type
Rebuild Style
New Bushings

Your 4 shocks  exchanged - $415 (you must send us your shocks for exchange first, before we ship you a set)


Buy 4 shocks from our stock - $445 + $100 deposit = $545 (We send a set of shocks from stock with $100 refundable deposit, return your old shocks for $100 refund).


Your 1957 - 1970 Austin Healey Sprite (MG Midget) has this set of shocks:

2 front and 2 rear shocks.
- Part # 5925 front,  Single Arm with cotter pin
- Part # 8681 rear, Single arm
- Sprite and Midget Only


-Externally cleaned to the bare metal.
-Housings re-bushed with bronze bushings, shafts reground and polished. 
-To aid dirt and water exclusion highest quality double-lip Nitrile seals are used, which outlast originals.

-Valving is properly calibrated for correct jounce and rebound specs. (See below for heavy duty re-build option)
-All rebuilt shocks come filled with fluid and ready for installation.
-Painted with a gun-metal grey primer.

-Designed for our customers who enjoy driving their cars with performance in mind.
-Rebuilt to same high quality as our standard units, but with larger bronze bushing where main shaft rides. 
-Shock valving is upgraded, 15% stiffer than standard shock which makes for a longer lasting unit.
-Highly recommended for many Armstrong aluminum body shocks.
-Ever since introduction of our Heavy Duty shock line we have been selling them 2 to 1 over standard units. 
-All rebuilt shocks come filled with fluid and ready for installation.

Always replace rubber bushings between front shock and kingpin. These critically overlooked bushings are almost always worn out. Please request these bushings with every front shock you order. $4.50 (2 required per shock)


Return your old shocks for a $100 refund. Least costly way to ship:  "priority large flat rate box" available free from US post office, domestic ground rate approx. $21

See Shipping Instructions for information on shipping to us.


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