The suspension system on your car has two main jobs:
- Keeping your tires in good contact with the road as you travel
- 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 FitFord F150 Suspension
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Not sure which 2010 Honda Accord 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:
"Replaced just the springs, looks great, its not as low as I would've liked, but it looks a lot better than the stock height. The ride is still decent, a little bumpier but not too big of a deal." —Danny T from Clovis, CA bought an Eibach Sportline Lowering Springs for a 2010 Honda Accord, 2.4L 4-cyl. engine.
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