3 62 Series Parts List Threaded Aluminum Large Body Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Aluminum loop assembly " large body compression tube 1A SIB8-101PK Bearing kit (2 Bearings, 4 Snap Rings) Soft basevalve Jam nut, 9/16" Firm basevalve New-style travel indicator " large body gas bag Closure nut " large body gas bag Wiper (blue) " aluminum threaded body Wiper (black) " aluminum threaded body O-ring, closure nut Piston rod seal Gland assembly, Large body aluminum " piston rod " piston rod No bleed piston Piston band Plate, Valve Stack (2) Disc, Valve Stack plate (2) Spiralock flange nut " large body compression tube
4 60 Series Parts List Smooth Aluminum Large Body Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Aluminum loop assembly Valve stack plate (2) 1A SIB8-101PK Bearing kit (2 Bearings, 4 Snap Rings) Valve stack plate disc (2) Jam nut, 9/16" Spiralock flange nut New-style travel indicator " large body compression tube Closure nut " large body compression tube Wiper (blue) Soft basevalve Wiper (black) Firm basevalve O-ring, closure nut Bag, Gas 6" Large Body Piston rod seal Bag, Gas 7" Large Body Gland assembly, Large body aluminum Bag, Gas 8" Large Body " piston rod Bag, Gas 9" Large Body " piston rod " Aluminum smooth body " piston rod " Aluminum smooth body " piston rod " Aluminum smooth body Piston, no bleed " Aluminum smooth body Piston band
5 51 Series Parts List Smooth Large Body Steel Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Steel loop assembly " large body compression tube 1A SIB8-101PK Kit, Bearing (2 Bearings, 4 Snap Rings) " large body compression tube Jam nut, 9/16" Soft basevalve New-style travel indicator Firm basevalve Closure nut " large body gas bag Wiper (black) " large body gas bag O-ring, closure nut " 51 series body Piston rod seal " 51 series body Gland assembly, Large Body Steel " piston rod " piston rod Piston, no bleed Piston band Valve stack plate (2) Valve stack plate disc (2) Spiralock flange nut
6 53 Series Parts List Stock Mount Steel Large Body Item 1 Part No. DESCRIPTION Item 1 Part No. DESCRIPTION New-style travel indicator Compression tube 5368x Closure nut (aluminum) Compression tube 5358x Wiper (blue) Compression tube 5388x O-ring, closure nut Soft basevalve Piston rod seal Firm basevalve Gland assembly, Large Body Steel Gas bag 4" Large Body 5393x/5394x Piston rod 5393x Gas bag 5" Large Body 5395x Piston rod 5394x Gas bag 8" Large Body 5368x Piston rod 5395x Gas bag 8" Large Body 5358x Piston rod 5388x Gas bag 8" Large Body 5388x Piston rod 5368x, 5358x x body (body only) Piston, no bleed x body (body only) Piston band x body (body only) Valve stack plate (2) x, 5388x, 5358x body (body only) Valve stack plate disc (2) Spiralock flange nut Compression tube 5393x Compression tube 5394x Compression tube 5395x
7 50 Series Parts List Smooth Large Body Steel Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Item Part No. DESCRIPTION Steel loop assembly " large body compression tube 1A SIB8-101PK Kit, Bearing (2 Bearings, 4 Snap Rings) " large body compression tube Jam nut, 9/16" Soft basevalve New-style travel indicator Firm basevalve Closure nut (aluminum) " large body gas bag Wiper (blue) " large body gas bag Wiper (black) " 50 series body O-ring, closure nut " 50 series body Piston rod seal Gland assembly, Large Body Steel " piston rod " piston rod Piston, no bleed Piston band Valve stack plate (2) Valve stack plate disc (2) Spiralock flange nut
8 FC Series Parts List Stock Mount Steel Large Body Item 1 Part No. DESCRIPTION Item 1 Part No. DESCRIPTION New-style travel indicator Compression tube FC168xP Closure nut (aluminum) Compression tube FC258xP Wiper (blue) Compression tube FC788xP Wiper (black) Soft basevalve O-ring, closure nut Firm basevalve Piston rod seal Gas bag 4" Large Body FC194xP Gland assembly, Large Body Steel Gas bag 5" Large Body FC195xP Piston rod FC194xP Gas bag 8" Large Body FC168xP Piston rod FC195xP Gas bag 8" Large Body FC258xP Piston rod FC788xP Gas bag 8" Large Body FC788xP Piston rod FC168xP, FC258xP FC194xP body Piston, no bleed FC195xP body Piston band FC168xP, FC788xP body Valve stack plate (2) FC258xP body Valve stack plate disc (2) Spiralock flange nut Compression tube FC194xP Compression tube FC195xP
9 IMPORTANT: Before rebuilding or revalving your QA1 62/60/51/53/50/FC shock absorbers, your work area must be clean. Shock absorber performance is greatly affected by any contamination (i.e. dirt, dust, rag lint, etc.). TOOLS NEEDED FOR REBUILDING AND TUNING (REVALVING): Vise with soft jaws (aluminum or plastic) Closure nut wrench (available from QA1 / part # ) Torque wrench with 15mm or 17mm socket (depending on age of shock) Pick set QA1 shock oil (part #SF04) QA1 rebuild kit and/or tuning kit (62/60/51/53 series rebuild kit part #RK01; 50/FC series rebuild kit part #RK02; revalving/tuning kit part #TK01) QA1 large body tool kit (optional; part # ) Soft faced mallet Clean rags DISASSEMBLY: 1. Check shock mount bearings for excessive play and replace as needed. 2. Clamp shock body eyelet in a vise with the shaft pointing up. 3. Fully extend the shock rod from the body. 4. Using a closure nut wrench, unscrew the shock closure nut. 62/60/51/53/50/FC series shocks are not pressurized. 5. Use a pick tool to remove the closure nut o-ring. 6. Remove the shock rod assembly, gland, and compression (inner) tube by pulling up on the shock rod. 7. Remove the gas bag from the shock and set it aside in area where it will not collect debris. 8. Over a drain pan, gently tap the gland and shaft assembly away from the compression tube with a QA1 separator tool or equivalent. 9. Pour the oil from the shock body and compression tube. Watch for any debris in the used oil and properly dispose of the oil if debris is present. 10. Clean the parts with mild solvent as necessary and set aside. 11. Clamp the piston rod eyelet (or stud top) in a vise with the piston pointing up. 12. Cover the gland with a rag, blow compressed air into the gland side-bleed hole to pop the piston rod seal out of the gland. 13. Remove the 15/17mm nut to access the piston valving. Remove the piston and the valving. 14. If not revalving, the rebound stack, piston, and compression stack need to be kept in their original order for re-assembly. 15. Remove the gland assembly, and the piston rod seal from the rod.
10 Figure 1 ASSEMBLY: 1. Inspect the bushing for wear, and replace the gland assembly if the bushing is loose on the shaft. 2. Reassemble the shaft with the travel indicator, closure nut with piston rod wiper installed, gland o-ring, piston rod seal, and gland assembly (see Figure 1). 3. If revalving, go to the revalving page and read the revalving instruction section now. 4. Place the valve stack plate washer onto the piston rod. Then, place the small valve plate disc on top of the washer. 5. With shaft still in the vise, assemble the compression valving, piston, and rebound valving. The compression valve stack is on the bottom of piston and the rebound valve stack on top. IMPORTANT: The piston must be positioned with the rebound side facing up (see Detail B). 6. Place the second small valve plate disc on top of the rebound stack. Then, place the second valve stack plate washer on top of the disc. 7. Torque the 15/17mm lock nut to 20 ft/lbs (240 in/lbs). Check the lock nut for any loose burrs and remove as necessary. Set the piston rod assembly aside. Place the shock body in the vise, holding it by the lower mount. 8. Pour ~1/4 cup of oil into the shock body. 9. Gently insert the compression tube and gas bag into the shock body, base valve first. Verify that the base valve has seated into base of the shock body properly. 10. IMPORTANT: Do not tear the gas bag or pinch it under the base valve. Also be sure to keep the top of the gas bag below the top of the compression tube. 11. Fill the shock body and compression tube with shock oil to just above (1/8 ) the top of the compression tube. 12. Move the compression tube around in a circular motion to free any trapped air bubbles. 13. Insert the piston rod assembly, with the piston band, into the compression tube. 14. With the piston assembly submerged approximately 1, tap the shock rod eyelet with a soft mallet. This opens the compression valve stack to release any air trapped inside the piston.
11 15. Use your thumb/fingers to hold the compression tube down with one hand and raise the shock shaft until the piston is at the top of the compression tube with the other. 16. Hold the shock shaft at the top of the compression tube and slide the gland into the shock body. Oil should come up through the gland bleed hole. NOTE: Remember we are attempting to build a shock without any air trapped inside. 17. Keep the shock fully extended and slide the rod seal into the gland. Push the closure nut o-ring into the outer groove of the gland. 18. Install and tighten the closure nut. 19. Invert the shock and wipe off any oil over-flow. 20. Stroke the shock and check for smooth operation. Rough or jerky movement indicates that air is trapped inside - repeat the steps above. 21. If the piston rod springs back from full compression, the shock is over-filled with oil. Fully extend the piston rod, loosen the closure nut fully, compress the piston rod until oil overflows, and re-tighten the closure nut.
12 REVALVE INSTRUCTIONS Shock absorbers create dampening by flowing oil through restrictive paths - the more restricted the flow, the higher the dampening force. Nearly all shocks use a combination of bleed passages and blow-off valves to control the oil flow in both compression and rebound separately. Bleed is typically controlled by the size of a small hole(s) or slit(s). The oil can flow easily at low shaft velocities, but as velocity increases, the resistance rises progressively. QA1 shocks use single and dual bleed hole(s) in the piston, which range from to Smaller or larger bleed holes may be used to raise or lower low-speed dampening. Unless you have access to a shock dyno it is best to stay with the standard bleed. Blow-off is typically controlled by either a spring pushing on a valve, or a set of disk valves covering a set of larger holes. Once the shaft reaches a certain velocity, the valves will open allowing a linear or digressive dampening curve. QA1 shocks utilize three sets of disk valves, two for compression and one for rebound. One rebound valve stack and one compression valve stack are on either side of the piston; the other compression valve stack is in the base valve. On the 62/60/51/53/50/FC series there are two base valves used, one for compression valving 5 and below, and one for 6 and above. The following information will help you tune your QA1 large body shocks: LOW SPEED (0~1 in/sec): The piston bleed hole size has the main effect. Larger bleed holes will lower the low-speed dampening and will delay the blow-off to occur at a higher velocity. Smaller bleed holes will raise the low-speed dampening blow-off will tend to occur at lower velocities. MEDIUM SPEED (1~10 in/sec): Valve stack begins to open. The disk closest to the piston (1.30 OD) will have the main effect. Valve stack thicknesses determine the blow-off velocity and the slope of the dampening curve. Bleed can affect the blow-off velocity, but the slope of the graph remains the same. The blow-off can be more or less distinct depending on the amount of bleed. HIGH SPEED (>10 in/sec): The shape of the valve stack has main effect. Thickness, outside diameters, and number of disks determine the shape of the dampening curve. The smallest disk (0.700 OD) acts as the pivot disk. The pivot disk has a large affect on the higher speed portion of the dampening curve as it controls the diameter where the rest of the disks start to bend. Removing the pivot disk will create a more digressive valve curve.
13 Use the graphs at the end of this manual to aid in selecting the proper valving for your application. Once you have decided which valve code you would like to revalve to, use the valving build charts to determine the components needed for the revalving. Use the following guidelines: 1. For 62/60/51/53/50/FC series shocks: a. Using the build chart, determine the base valve that corresponds to your desired compression valve code. b. Install the base valve. c. Using the build chart, determine the disks needed for your desired compression valve code. d. Drill bleed hole(s). The piston bleed required is determined by the specific valve code chosen for the shock. Use the tables to find the bleed size needed for compression and rebound. a. Straight valve shocks: If the chosen shock is a straight valve (e.g. 4 compression / 4 rebound), only one bleed hole will be used. This bleed hole can be drilled on either the compression side or the rebound side of the piston, but only one hole will be drilled. b. Split valve shocks: If the chosen shock is a split valve (e.g. 3 compression / 5 rebound), both bleed circuits may be used. The QA1 shock is capable of separating the compression bleed from the rebound bleed to maximize the performance of a split valve shock. When building a split valve shock refer to Detail B (page 16). After identifying the rebound and compression sides of the piston, carefully drill the proper size bleed holes on the appropriate sides. In order to keep the circuits independent of each other, a cross hole must be drilled through each bleed circuit (Refer to Detail B). A check ball (Item 12) needs to be installed into each bleed circuit followed by a dowel pin (Item 11) in each cross hole. Turn the piston over and complete the process on the other side. The cross pins are held in the piston by the piston band (Item 14). You may also choose to use only one bleed in split valve shock. If you choose this option, drill the piston bleed to match the higher valving of the shock (smaller of the two bleed holes). The hole can be drilled on either the compression side or the rebound side of the piston (at the factory, we drill from the rebound side). Note: Using check balls and pins will require regular maintenance on the piston. Be sure to regularly check the diameter of the bleed holes as they may decrease while the check balls seat into the piston. 4. Using the build chart, determine the disks needed for your desired compression valve code. 5. Using the build chart, determine the disks needed for your desired rebound valve code. 6. Install the rebound disks onto the piston rod starting with the largest diameter disk and ending with the smallest.
14 Examples: Example 1: You want to build a 62 series 3-5 (3 compression / 5 rebound) valved shock. Follow these steps: 1. Using the build chart, you would use the compression stack from the 3 column and the rebound stack from the 5 column. 2. You can choose to use the dual bleed for any split valve shocks. In this case, the 3 compression uses a bleed and the 5 rebound uses a bleed. If you choose to use just one bleed, use the rebound bleed. 3. Since the compression valve is less than a 6, use the soft base valve. ( ) 4. Therefore, the components used in a 62 series 3-5 valved shock will be as follows:.90" x.012" 1.1" x.012" 1.3" x.012" Piston 1.3" x.006" 1.1" x.006".90" x.006" Soft Base Valve 5 rebound stack 3 compression stack Soft basevalve Example 2: By following the same steps, a 62 series 4-6 (4 compression / 6 rebound) valved shock would be as follows:.70" x.015".90" x.010" 1.1" x.012" 1.3" x.015" 6 rebound stack Piston 1.3" x.008" 1.1" x.008".90" x.010".70" x.015" Soft Base Valve 4 compression stack 3 base valve It is important to remember the following: - The base valve is determined by the compression valve code - The piston compression stack goes on first - The piston is installed rebound side up - The piston rebound stack goes on last (closest to nut)
16 62/60/51/50/FC SERIES LARGE BODY SHOCKS 3-8 VALVE ) s 0 (lb e-100 rc o-200 F Velocity (in/sec)
17 TERMS & CONDITIONS All information contained herein is subject to change without notice. BUYERS ACCEPTANCE OF DELIVERY OF THE PRODUCT CONSTITUTES BUYER S ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS HEREIN. ANY ADDITIONAL OR DIFFERENT TERMS PROPOSED BY BUYER ARE HEREBY REJECTED IN THEIR ENTIRETY UNLESS EXPRESSLY ASSENTED TO IN WRITING BY SELLER S AUTHORIZED AGENT. PAYMENT TERMS Prepaid, Visa, Mastercard. Net 30 days from invoice date terms are available after credit approval. Credit terms may be revoked at any time, including after acceptance of purchase order. Accounts with invoices past due will be placed on Credit Hold. A finance charge of 1.5% per month will also be applied to all past due invoices, not to exceed the maximum charge permitted by law. All collection expenses will be the responsibility of the buyer. Accounts are considered paid in full upon QA1 s receipt of the full invoice amount plus collection fees and expenses incurred, if any. NSF checks, stop payment checks, chargebacks on credit cards, etc. are charged a minimum $25 fee. No deduction or credit may be taken for any reason unless a credit memo has been issued by QA1. Any unauthorized deduction will automatically put the account on credit hold. Special orders may require a 50% down payment. In the event of buyer using freight collect or 3 rd party billing for freight, the buyer is ultimately liable for and agrees to pay all charges if said freight is billed back to QA1 for any reason. DAMAGED SHIPMENTS / SHORTAGES All QA1 shipments are F.O.B. our factory. Title passes from QA1 to the purchaser at the time of shipment. Carton shortages and damages must be claimed against the carrier at the time of delivery. To expedite processing of claims against the carriers, the customer must note damages on the bill of lading at the time of delivery, and promptly request an inspection by the carrier or its claims agent. 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