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Monthly Archive for January, 2017

28% of U.S. Roads in Poor Condition

One more reason to keep your suspension system in good repair: your vehicle may be taking more damage from poorly maintained roads than you might realize. Much road damage is due to time and the weather, but overweight freight trucks tear up the roads, too. A recent study by TRIP, a nonprofit research prganization in […]

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A customer wrote: “I got new rims and new 33″ tires. I am also about to purchase a 4″ lift leveling spindle kit with 2″ blocks in rear. So I need to know what kind of shocks I can get for the lift and not spend a lot of money.” We have a page on […]

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Customer Question from our Archives: How can I keep my 2002 Chevy Silverado from sagging when I haul a heavy load? Should I get rear air shocks? Answer: At Shockwarehouse we have some Airlift products that are actually better than air shocks. Air shocks can put a lot of stress on the shock mounts, which […]

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  Arnott’s completely new (not remanufactured) air strut for the front of the 2004 to 2010 Jaguar XJ series with Comfort Suspension (AS-2888) features a custom-made and tuned premium monotube shock absorber designed to provide a responsive yet comfortable ride. The Arnott-designed strut eliminates many of the common high wear weaknesses of the OE strut, […]

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