If your shocks are leaking or noticeably bumpy, shock installation is the way to go. Learn why quick struts are a great DIY repair option.
There are certain jobs that are just no fun. Some repairs are difficult to reach in a confined space or need special tools. Others will take a solid day of … Continue Reading 5 Repairs You Should Stop Putting Off Until Tomorrow
Testing your shocks is an important part of making sure that your ride is smooth and that the health of your car is maintained.
If you live in an area with particularly bad winters, it may seem like potholes — and pothole damage — show up overnight.
Shock or strut replacement may be necessary for several reasons. Here are 11 strut replacement tips for the DIY auto mechanic.
When people speak casually about vehicle suspension, they often throw around the terms “shocks” and “struts” as if they are the same thing, or interchangeable. They’re not. Every wheel on … Continue Reading Does My Vehicle Have Shocks or Struts?
The function of coil springs is to support the vehicle at its desired height, to maintain proper alignment angles and to absorb road shock transmitted through the tires and shock … Continue Reading Why Replace Coil Springs?
Since the horseless carriage appeared on the scene, automotive undercar service has undergone continual and radical change. The undercar – or chassis – is best described as a series of … Continue Reading Suspension System Types: An Undercar Overview
Pothole damage can lead to car problems, including to the tires and rims and extending to the suspension system. Here’s how to detect a problem.
You may be asking: What is an air suspension? While you don’t see them every day, they can provide smooth handling and increased towing capacity.