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When the trail strikes out, strike back with a set of Daystar Scorpion Shocks. These super high-performance off-road shock absorbers take the sting out of the gnarliest terrain, getting you and your lifted ride safely to the other side.
Boasting a twin-tube hydraulic design, Scorpion shocks prevent foaming and shock fade, even under severe conditions. Plus, the chrome-hardened piston shaft and ultra-durable piston seal ensure a long life, while a velocity-sensitive valving stack delivers the off-road prowess you’re looking for.
Designed for trucks, Jeeps and SUVs, Daystar Shocks are custom tuned for radical performance, on and off the blacktop. And though they’re specifically tuned for Daystar lift & leveling kits, your Daystar Scorpion Shock absorbers work great with most lift kit brands.
Sold individually, each Daystar shock absorber includes stylish yet durable black shock bushings and boots. To top it off, on most vehicles you get the choice between stylish white or stealthy camo shocks. And, because they stand by their gear, Daystar backs your Scorpion Shocks with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
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Asked by Anonymous A.
Jun 29, 2012 4:37 PM
I've got a 2002 Silverado 1500HD/6.0L and I've noticed that the front bump stops are resting on the arm of the A frame. I was under the impression that there is supposed to be some space between the A frame and the bump stops, is that correct? If so, will replacing the shocks correct this?
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jun 29, 2012 4:52 PM
Thank you for your recent question and for choosing AutoAnything. You are correct in your diagnosis that the bump stops should be up off the A Arm a little bit. That is usually a sign of worn out shocks.flag Accept Answer