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Lincoln Town Car Suspension Systems

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Bilstein Comfort Shocks & Struts Reviews


Superior quality and design more money but worth it

Reviewed By JAMES R (Mesa, AZ) Reviewed for a 1996 Lincoln Town Car —7/8/2015 4:00 PM

I replace my shocks on my Ford Panther chassis every 50k miles.The last two times the shocks were a twin tube design which in the last few years seem that they were barley making it to the 50k as they were leaking and had very poor dampening.The rear shocks on my car have an extremely tight area for the top mount.I would suggest use a regular top nut with lock tight. Use string tide to the top pieces to prevent loosing them between the frame and inner fender well.Then cut the string after.

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Bilstein Heavy Duty Shocks & Struts Reviews


NEW HANDLING FOR AN OLD HORSE

Reviewed By Irvin N (Chapel Hill, NC) Reviewed for a 2001 Chevy Silverado —5/26/2016 3:48 PM

I HAD REPLACED THE ORIGINAL SHOCKS WITH EDELBROCK IAS SHOCKS AT AROUND 25,000 MILES.I HAD BECOME OKAY WITH THE WAY IT HANDLED AND RODE,WHICH WAS PRETTY NICE,BUT AFTER REPLACING THOSE WITH THE BILSTEINS... BOOM. WHAT A DIFFERANCE.THIS IS THE WAY TO GO FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR TIGHT HANDLING AND A COMFORTABLE RIDE IN A FULL SIZE TRUCK.

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Monroe Max-Air Shock Reviews


Max air shock

Reviewed By Michael W (Beach City, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —5/25/2016 5:40 AM

I put these on my 2013 F150 4+4 after putting a leveling kit on. Every time a pulled a trailer I felt like it was squatting the rearend of the truck. Add the max air shocks put 75 psi and no more squatting. Very easy to install took me about an hour.

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