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1999 Ford Expedition
Suspension Systems

1999 Ford Expedition Suspension Systems

The suspension system on your car has two main jobs:
  1. Keeping your tires in good contact with the road as you travel
  2. Making sure your spine is still intact once you get there


Too much of one goal might allow the other goal to suffer a bit (depending on how you drive), so there is a balance to hit here. Depending on the vehicle's intended purpose, that balance might bias to one side more than another. Where we come in, is that we give you the tools to tweak that balance for your intended purpose, or maybe return it back to where it should be, if you're sitting on some worn out parts.

Diving deeper, your suspension system is also largely responsible for ensuring even tire wear, giving your steering a relatively neutral platform to do its thing, and allow for appropriate weight transfer under braking/acceleration/cornering to keep your car going where you point it.

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Not sure which 1999 Ford Expedition Suspension Systems are right for you? We have over 6546 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I have a 1999 Ford Expedition and I must say, having never removed and installed shocks before, I had my old shocks off, and these puppies on in about 2 hours. Couldn't have been easier!!" —Joe S from Chula Vista, CA bought a Rancho RS5000 Shocks for a 1999 Ford Expedition.

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1999 Ford Expedition Suspension Systems

The suspension system on your car has two main jobs:
  1. Keeping your tires in good contact with the road as you travel
  2. Making sure your spine is still intact once you get there


Too much of one goal might allow the other goal to suffer a bit (depending on how you drive), so there is a balance to hit here. Depending on the vehicle's intended purpose, that balance might bias to one side more than another. Where we come in, is that we give you the tools to tweak that balance for your intended purpose, or maybe return it back to where it should be, if you're sitting on some worn out parts.

Diving deeper, your suspension system is also largely responsible for ensuring even tire wear, giving your steering a relatively neutral platform to do its thing, and allow for appropriate weight transfer under braking/acceleration/cornering to keep your car going where you point it.

Shop Popular Make Model Suspension Systems - For a Perfect Fit
Ford F150 Suspension | Toyota Tundra Suspension | Chevy Silverado Suspension | GMC Sierra Suspension | Ford F150 Suspension |
Not sure which 1999 Ford Expedition Suspension Systems are right for you? We have over 6546 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:

"I have a 1999 Ford Expedition and I must say, having never removed and installed shocks before, I had my old shocks off, and these puppies on in about 2 hours. Couldn't have been easier!!" —Joe S from Chula Vista, CA bought a Rancho RS5000 Shocks for a 1999 Ford Expedition.

In addition to Ford Expedition Suspension Systems, you may also enjoy one of these popular products: Raptor Series 5" Magnum Oval Nerf Bars, Lloyd Mats Northridge Rubber Floor Mats, EGR OEM-Style Fender Flares.
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Customer Reviews

Bilstein B8 5100 Series Truck, Jeep & SUV Shocks & Struts

Front 5100 on 2015Expedition

Stock shocks wore out at 40k miles. Dealer replaced one due to leakage. Didn't want to replace with stock shocks again. Bilstein shock are a great upgrade. More firm than stock with improved control and feel. Really made the vehicle feel more safe and controlled. I will be ordering the rears soon. Great product. View more reviews...
Posted By Brian R (Riverside, CA) / June 13, 2019
2015 Ford Expedition
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Bilstein B6 4600 Shocks & Struts

Billy's rule

My stock coil overs were causing my handling to feel out of control with my vechicle rolling from side to side and bouncing over bumps. The Bilstein B6 4600 replacement struts made my SUV feel like new again View more reviews...
Posted By CORY J (CARLSBAD, CA) / December 3, 2018
2011 Ford Expedition
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KYB Excel-G Shocks & Struts

Strut review

I noticed a significant difference in handling and control over bumps and potholes. Pleased so far. View more reviews...
Posted By David C (BILLERICA, MA) / June 13, 2018
2010 Ford Expedition
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Your Suspension Not Cutting It? Top 10 Suspension Parts to Consider In 2021

Friends don’t let friends buy bad parts. Throw away that eBay link for that $200 coilover set, and don’t even think about cutting those springs! The truth is that if we’re talking about common upgrades on our cars/trucks, I would imagine that the suspension is one of the most often misunderstood systems on our cars. […] The post Your Suspension Not Cutting It? Top 10 Suspension Parts to Consider In 2021 appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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