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Helpful Shocks & Struts Articles

  • Oct

    2014

    How To Install Shocks and Struts

    Learn how to install shocks and struts on your vehicle.

  • Dec

    2013

    Skyjacker Hydro vs. Nitro Shocks

    Want to know which shock is better: Skyjacker Hydro or Nitro? If so, we have the answer in this off-road shock absorber review.

  • Jun

    2013

    The Cost of Shocks - The Best Ways to Save when Buying Shocks

    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.

  • Jun

    2013

    Read & Discuss Shocks & Struts Reviews and Customer Ratings

    Know before you buy! Read customer reviews about Shocks & Struts or ask our Product Experts.

  • Apr

    2013

    How Shocks Work: Understanding the Role Shocks Play in Your Suspension Systems

    Many people know what shocks do, but not many people actually know how they do what they do. Read our helpful article on how shocks work before purchasing your next pair of performance shocks.
    Tags:shock absorbers for trucks, coil over shock absorbers, lifted truck shocks

  • Apr

    2013

    Shocks vs. Struts: Are These Suspension Parts Interchangeable?

    Upgrading your suspension system is a must to ensure the best ride quality. But, many people don’t understand how various suspension parts work, or what parts are necessary for optimum performance. For instance, do you need to purchase shocks or struts? Check out this article for answers to all of your shocks and struts questions.

  • Feb

    2013

    Comfortable & Safe Driving with Shock Absorbers - Types of Shocks

    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.

  • Dec

    2012

    The Pros & Cons of Upgrading to Performance Air Shocks

    There’s a lot of debate about what the best type of shock absorber is. And, depending on your specific needs, there may be a specific style that is better suited for you. Check out this article for everything you need to know about the pros and cons of air shocks to find out if they’re the best fit for your vehicle.

  • Jul

    2011

    How to Change Your Truck Shocks

    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.