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Detroit Suspension Systems

When you're en route to visit the Detroit Institute of Arts or the Motown Museum, the last thing on your mind is the condition of your reliable ride. Take your vehicle's performance to the next level with AutoAnything's Detroit suspension systems. Our suspension lift kits, Detroit shocks and struts and leveling kits are great ways to boost your ride's overall functionality without breaking your mod budget. Our shocks are custom-designed with your ride in mind, improving handling and control without sacrificing comfort. With this simple addition, you can tackle all the tough, rugged roads without the discomfort of a bumpy ride. AutoAnything is your one-stop shop for all aftermarket performance products, available at the best prices. Order from us today and save even more at checkout, thanks to our Free Shipping and 1-Year, Lower Price Guarantee.
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