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Question: I have a 2004 Ford F-250 Superduty 4×4, which currently has factory suspension. Looking for spring/shock or airshocks to give my truck a  small lift in rear. What do you suggest? Answer: Shockwarehouse carries a Rancho Add-A-Leaf spring for the 2004 F250 that will give approximately 2-3 inches of extra height in the rear, depending on the condition […]

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Almost every week someone asks us about the “upside-down” mounting of Bilstein shocks on Ford vehicles. And yes, it’s true, they mount boot-side-down. Bilstein engineers added small holes to drain condensation from the boot side; in most cases they will only mount one way anyway, but if it looks weird to you, you are not […]

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A 2001 Ford Taurus SES sedan owner wrote to us: “I would like your opinion on the quality vs. ride performance between the Monroe and KYB struts your company sells. Which is the best strut for my Taurus? I don’t want to order a wimpy replacement, but I would like to restore the ‘Factory’ ride.” Here’s our mechanic’s answer: […]

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KYB Excel-G OEM replacement struts are not available for the 2010-2012 Ford Flex and Lincoln MKT.  The KYB Excel-G struts for the Flex and MKT are designed to be comfortable riding direct replacements that will improve handling and braking. 2010 Ford Flex Struts 2011 Ford Flex Struts 2012 Ford Flex Struts 2010 Lincoln MKT Struts […]

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Question: I have a 2004 Ford F250 Superduty 4WD with the factory steering dampener. I have started having problems with bump steer especially at highway speeds and people keep telling me to get the steering stabilizer. What is the difference between a steering dampener and a steering stabilizer? Can I use a stabilizer in place […]

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Seals are adorable, they’re like 200-lb ocean-going Labradors, but you shouldn’t approach them because  like 200-lb Labradors, their teeth can do serious damage.  You can tell is a seal is healthy when he’s on land by his posture.  A happy seal will raise his head and tail off the ground, which is called the happy […]

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It’s a pretty common thing to be passed by a work van during normal driving.  For some reason every single one of these seems to be perpetually pinned at full throttle weaving through traffic and taking turns that nothing on the planet with that high of a center of gravity should be able to without […]

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Model: 1995 Winnabago Vertra F53 stripped chassis What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: Rear Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: I have a factory installed steering stabilizer and need to replace the damper piston or entire unit if needed. What are my options. Thanks, Joe Answer: Joe, If that […]

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Model: 2001 Ford Mustang gt What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: Rear Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Lowered 1 1/2 or less Question: What shocks will work with a small lowering kit? Answer: There are two great options for your Mustang with a small amount of lowering. The KYB AGX can be adjusted […]

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Model: Ford F-250, EXT. CAB, LONG BOX WITH A 6.0 Question: my truck is a f-250 super duty extended cab with a 6.0 diesel motor. do you have a Monroe load leveler or equivalent that will work on the rear of my truck. when i load my slide in camper i have a two or […]

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