Tag: Shock Absorber and Strut Assembly

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Bad Tie Rod End Symptoms

A tie rod end is one of the lesser-known components of a car—but that doesn’t make it any less important. Tie rod ends are essential to the safe operation of...Read more

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Coilovers vs Springs

People have a hard time understanding whether a coilover is a shock or a spring when, in fact, it’s both. Although that may sound confusing, we have the information you...Read more

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Best Shocks for Lifted Trucks

Shock absorbers ensure a smooth ride for any car that roams the roads. They are even more critical to trucks that often go off-roading for recreation or work. They may...Read more

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Do You Need an Alignment After Replacing Shocks and Struts?

Every so often, car owners are faced with the task of replacing their shocks and strut assemblies to ensure proper ride height and maximum ride comfort. While knowing when to...Read more

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How Long Do Shocks Last?

Your car’s suspension system is made up of various components that work together to keep the vehicle from bouncing around when driving over bumpy roads—and one such component is the...Read more

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Shocks vs. Struts: What You Need to Know

Have you ever owned a car with such a bumpy ride that every road imperfection was sent straight to the seat of your pants? Perhaps, the rough ride was accompanied...Read more

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5 Symptoms of Bad Shock Absorbers

The paved roads we use aren’t always perfect. Daily abuse, exposure to the sun, and weather causes ruts, cracks, and potholes. Car manufacturers deal with the challenge posed by such...Read more

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Top 10 Best Gift Ideas for Your Dad’s Pickup Truck this Father’s Day

With Father’s Day less than a week away, thinking of the perfect gift can be quite difficult. But here’s a pro tip—the best gift you can get Dad is something...Read more