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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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Looking for an easy to install fully assembled strut with spring? The KYB Strut-Plus is a complete, ready to install corner unit. At the heart is a KYB Excel-G strut with a performance matched new coil spring that resists metal fatigue up to 600% more than the competitors. It includes a new mount, boot and […]

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Make: Dodge (Mercedes Benz) Model: Sprinter Year: 2004 Chassis Designation: Motorhome What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: Rear Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: I would like Bilsteins for this class B motor home.  Most of the time it is laden to about 90% of Gross Vehicular Weight Rating. […]

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Make: Ford Model: Focus Year: 2006 What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: Front Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: One of the front struts on my 06 Focus is leaking, and I want to replace all of my shocks and struts at once.  Do you have any aftermarket shocks […]

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Make: MAZDA Model: 5 TOURING Year: 2006 What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: Front Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: My 2006 Mazda 5’s shocks and struts are worn out, are there any aftermarket replacements available? I don’t want to have to pay dealership prices. Answer: We carry Monroe […]

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Make: Cheverolet Model: Silverado LS Year: 2002 What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: 4 Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Z71 Question: I have a 1500 Z71 package. I just wanted to know why I can’t use the monroe sensa-trac with the Z71 package? Thanks! Answer: There is no fitment issue with using a […]

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There are many variables when choosing the best shock or strut for your car.  Driving conditions, age of your car, tires, tire pressure, and many more.  Shockwarehouse offers you a handy comparison chart to help you make this decision.  Take a quick look at the chart linked above but here are some important notes mainly […]

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