Shocks & Struts Customer Reviews


Shocks & Struts Customer Reviews

Bilstein Heavy Duty Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by David A (Lansing, MI) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Silverado

The new shocks brought back the original ride. Good because they level the bumps more quickly and bad because they remind me that I drive a truck. They ride smoothly on good roads and my truck settles down more quickly on the horrible Michigan roads I travel every day. I did not realize how worn my old shocks were until my new ones.


Rancho RS9000XL Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by Michael J (NEW RICHMOND, WI) Reviewed for a 2016 Chevy Silverado

I have a 2016 Silverado 2500 HD with Z71. Ride was really firm I felt because of the factory shocks so my research brought me to these. I installed them and experimented with settings and ended up at setting 4 up front and 3 in rears. I may increase to 5 and 4 in the Summer but it is nice knowing I have a lot more firmness available for towing if needed. These shocks improved the ride dramatically and I highly recommend them!


Gabriel Ultra Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by Marlin W (Lehigh Acres, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Honda Fit

Had rattling strut on the right front at 50,000 miles. Changed both front struts. Easy enough installation with a good spring compressor. Couldn’t beat the price. Rides about the same as OEM set that was on it. The only disappointment is not being able to find the same brand and model of shocks for the rear.


KONI STR.T Orange Shocks Reviews

KONI STR.T Orange Shocks
KONI STR.T Orange Shocks

Reviewed by Ramir R (CAMARILLO, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Camaro

One of the best that I’ve used so far. It is not that bumpy and hard but very competitive and aggressive on corners especially when you need the torque and horse power on winding roads. Yet, it is very comfortable on straight roads. Even when you run over a pot hole, the body doesn’t hit the tires. I strongly recommend this for everyday use.


Belltech Street Performance Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by Dalila C (FORT WORTH, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 GMC Sierra

Ordered full set (4) of shocks as replacement for my OEM. Bell tech shocks look great, installation was a non-issue and ride quality is great all around. My truck is stock besides 2″ drop shackles in rear, ride quality improved immediately, rear end feels better then expected.


Rancho RS7000MT Monotube Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by Charlie G (Glen Cove, NY) Reviewed for a 2010 Chevy Silverado

I’m so happy I bought these shocks. The difference is very noticeable. The hard bouncy ride went away from my stock shocks and 35″ tires with my 3″suspension extension. I don’t have to drive like a lowered car avoiding every little bump in the road. I couldn’t be happier. Also very easy to install yourself.


Skyjacker M95 Performance Monotube Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by Edwin B (GROVER, NC) Reviewed for a 1985 Dodge Ramcharger

I started 10 yrs ago with Pro-Comp Lasted 5 yrs but 2 of them started leaking tried Monroe lasted 4 yrs and 2 of them started leaking So I upped my game a purchased 4 M95 Skyjackers WOW big diff. from other Shocks – ride, handling, don’t even feel the little bumps, a load of firewood and a trailer load no swaying on road !!! This is a must Shock If you have a real man’s truck !!


SenSen Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by David B (Bowie, TX) Reviewed for a 1998 Ford F-150

Got my shocks for my 98 f150 they fit as well as the shocks and had a good finish to them , which i had taken off which were a more expensive brand that rode rough and were not impressive at all all and i ride on variable types of road from dirt road to smooth will be buying again.


Tokico Illumina Shocks Reviews

Reviewed by Thomas J (Littleton, CO) Reviewed for a 2003 Nissan Maxima

Tokico Illumina struts on the front of a 2003 Maxima SE are a made in heaven combination. Just had these installed with the stock springs and new mounting hardware. The change in handling and ride is spot on heavenly and very noticeable from the get-go. I have the adjustable setting at 3 which delivers sporty handling with a WAY comfortable ride. My car now takes curves like a Formula 1 but rides like a dream – – very illuminating!




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Mike Cote
My 2015 Toyota Tacoma TRD Off Road Access Cab 4x4 offers bed space to camp in, haul my dirt bike around, and it's been done up to take on the trails. Favorite mods include my Icon coilovers to soak up the bumps. My Walker Evans 501 Legend wheels wrapped in Toyo RT tires give me the clearance from my upper control arms to fit (and they look darn good) and the over-sized tires take on rocks with plenty of traction. My Rigid Industries fog lights have kept me out of a ditch or two when night wheeling. Growing up going to car shows and helping my dad work on the family vehicles ignited my passion. My best memory was the first time I flushed the coolant. My dad forgot to tell me to keep my face out from under the drain plug. Never made that mistake again!


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