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We had a question about a 1998 Chevrolet motorhome, chassis designation P-37, coil springs with airbags in front and leaf springs in the rear, and a tag axle. (A tag axle is a non-drive third axle positioned behind the rear drive axle of a recreational vehicle with one or two tires on each side; its chief advantage is extra […]

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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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People have been going back and forth on that for decades. The air suspension that Chevrolet introduced with the 1957 Impala package proved unreliable, and more than fifty years later many thousands of truck and car owners have opted to replace a fiddly air suspension system with more reliable coil springs. With a truck, the […]

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I was checking out the new Chevy City Express’ preproduction website, partially out of professional interest – we sell a lot of shocks for vans here and you know everyone who buys one of these will be loading it up like it’s an Express 2500, especially a few years down the road when the $22,000 […]

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Model: 2010 Chevy Silverado 2500 Duramax Diesel 4×4 Question: I have a 2010 Silverado 2500 4×4 with the Duramax Diesel and I need shocks. It is stock ride height I use it for work in the summer and plowing in the winter. I don’t see any difference in shocks for the Duramax diesel vs the […]

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Question: I have a 2006 Chevy Silverado with the Z71 Heavy Duty suspension package and I’m confused as to which shocks I should buy for it. I want to get Bilsteins for this truck since that’s what it came with but you list two different vehicles, one that says includes Z71 package and the other […]

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Hawk Performance will be handing over the keys to a fully customized 2013 Chevy Corvette to one lucky person. The Corvette will be decked out with performance parts from Hawk Brakes, Magnaflow Exhaust, a set of tires from Falken Tires and to keep all that on the ground an Eibach Suspension with Bilstein Shocks. Five […]

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Model: 1964 Chevy Corvair What is your driving style: Hard Performance Driver Vehicle Setup: Rear Engine, Rear Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Stock Question: I have a 1964 Chevy Corvair and I believe the front and rear suspensions are different, but your website says that I should use the same shocks for both front and rear, […]

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Ever wonder what happens when you strap a Twin Turbo LS powered Camaro that is capable of 200+ MPH to the dyno? With a motor able to pump out over 1800 hp the dyno run begins. As the pilot of one of the most amazing cars on the face of the planet rolls into the […]

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