Home > Products > Suspension > Shocks >

Lowered Ball Joint Front Shock - Sport- 2493

Lowered Ball Joint Front Shock - Sport- 2493
To view pictures of this component installed, scroll down and check out the tabs below

Alternative Views:

Normal Price $99.26
Airkewld Army Price $90.24 Each

<-- Ask a PRO about this product here.

Click the on the option fields below for more information, if applicable.
(Minimum order):  2

Quantity in Stock:8

Availability:: Normally In stock - Will Ship ASAP
PART Number: 2493

Description Complete Details
These shocks fit the Classic Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle, Karmann Ghia and Type 181 Thing with a ball joint front suspension. Shock absorbers are without a doubt the brains of your suspension. Nothing influences how your car rides and handles more than its shock absorbers.

Two kinds of shocks are provided for our clients. They are all designed to work with our Ultimate Beam's ONLY. They will NOT work with other beams including the stock beam. These shocks replace the factory shocks with part number 113413031E.

Sport - Soft riding shock great for a lowered VW.
Adjustable - Tunable shock great for the enthusiast that like to get a specific ride out of their VW.

Made in the USA | Product updated 6/20/23 by Pete

Related: Lowered Ball Joint Adjustable Shocks | Lowered Rear Swing Axle Shocks | Ultimate Narrowed/Adjustable Front Beam

Typical time to install - 1 Hour | Install PDF Link | Install Video |
Tools Needed


What does this product fit?

  • 1966 through 1977 Type 1 Beetle-Bug-Fusca
    1966 through 1975 Karmann Ghia
    Mexican Beetle
    Kit cars with ball joint suspensions

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Shocking August 10, 2021
Reviewer: Jeffrey Patterson from Eden, GA United States  
Best bang for the buck. Fast timely service and Pete I still need some brake lines bro . Order now for next level vw high expectation experience.......Exciting customers daily here at the shop.

Was this review helpful to you?

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Good Looking Shock April 23, 2014
Reviewer: Christopher Dean from Waynesville, MO United States  
So far the ride is a bit bouncy but its to soon to know if the alignment has anything to do with that. The threads on the top of the shocks were covered in paint that had to be removed to install. Just a bit annoying.

Was this review helpful to you?