Reviewed By christopher m (brooklyn, NY) Reviewed for a 2003 BMW 3-Series —1/18/2017 8:23 PM
Feels so good in the streets of New York.
Learn how to install shocks and struts on your vehicle.
There are a number of upgrades to your rig that require special tools and expert know-how, but changing your shocks is not one of them. If you’re looking to improve performance or just replace underperforming stock components after the manufacturer's warranty expires, pick up a set of aftermarket truck shocks and install them yourself to save a ton of money on dealer fees and labor costs. All it takes is a few basic tools and a little spare time. Here’s how.
Without question, the single most important component in your suspension system is the shock absorber. Here’s how to get the smoothest ride possible with this marvel of the modern auto age.
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Discover new levels of comfort, handling and safety when you dump your stock shocks and upgrade to performance shocks. Whether you’re looking for a smoother ride or you want to lower your racing stance, an aftermarket suspension system gets the job done. And, when you choose from one of the top names in the game, like Bilstein shocks or Eibach shocks, you get the top-notch suspension upgrades you need, all at a price you can afford.
Take an in-depth look at KYB America’s most popular shocks and struts to determine the ideal way to enhance your ride quality.
Discover which brand works best for your ride when AutoAnything compares two of the biggest names in shocks and struts – KYB vs. Monroe.
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Just like hot air balloons, the crime rate and gasoline, the price of shocks always seems to be going up, up, up. But never fear , with a few tips and tricks up your sleeve and a some shocking, er, shopping around, you can cut the cost shocks dramatically.