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Tires and shock absorbers work together to absorb and minimize the detrimental effects to vehicle stability and braking caused by harsh road conditions. Read More ».
Many technicians find it difficult to differentiate between a normal operating "misting" shock and a leaking shock that needs replacement. Read More ».
Comprehensive instructions on installing the Common EB Type Mounts as well as Common Stud Type Mounts. Read More ».
A frequent concern from installers is customers complaining of rattling noises after the rear shocks have been replaced on 1999 – 03 Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles. Read More ».
Chrome plated rods increase product shelf life. Moisture in most storage environments will cause unprotected steel surfaces to corrode over time. Read More ».
Occasionally, light-vehicle twin tube shocks and struts are misdiagnosed as faulty when removed from the box for installation. On the initial stroke of the product you may notice a dead band or erratic damping at the top of the stroke of the shock or strut. This is a normal occurrence and the shock will function properly once it has been primed. Read More ».