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Are you looking for the latest and best performing lowering kits, sway bars, coil springs, control arms, shocks and struts, or any other suspension products for your Buick Riviera? If so, you have found the right place to order them. At CARiD, we have everything you need to really upgrade, enhance and improve the ride on your Buick, with our outstanding range of suspension systems. Within our selection for your Buick Riviera you'll find quality products by leading names like Prothane, Moroso, Hotchkis, Arnott and Energy Suspension, and all at our usual fantastic prices.

Whether you need an Buick Riviera shock absorber assembly or a terrific new Riviera master bushing kit, you'll find what you are looking for here, meaning you can finally equip your Buick with the ride you want, and at a price you can afford when you shop at CARiD. All of these suspension systems, like the rest of our great Buick Riviera mods, products and accessories, come supported by our exemplary customer service, as well as extensive manufacturer's warranties, meaning that you can also buy at CARiD with complete peace of mind. Get the ride you want for less by browsing our Buick suspension kits and placing your order ASAP!

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    • APEXi® Performance Coilover Kits
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      # sp17549
      N1 ExV Dampers by APEXi.
      $6.60 - $3,207.75
    • Competition Engineering® Coilover Shock-Spring Kit
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      # sp17768
      Coilover Shock and Spring Kit by Competition Engineering. Designed utilizing the latest technology, this part delivers the kind of performance your vehicle needs. Discover the inherit potential and step up the power level of your...
      $581.21
    • Competition Engineering® Coilover Shock Kit
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      # sp17769
      Coilover Shock Kit by Competition Engineering. Designed utilizing the latest technology, this part delivers the kind of performance your vehicle needs. Discover the inherit potential and step up the power level of your vehicle with...
      $291.24 - $355.70
    • RideTech® HQ Series ShocksWaves
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      # sp9144
      HQ Series ShocksWaves by RideTech. The Handling Quality ("HQ") series features adjustable shock valving. It is housed in a lightweight aluminum impact forged construction that is available in a wide range of stroke lengths, and...
      $900.00 - $1,400.00
    • RideTech® RQ Series ShockWaves
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      # sp9329
      RQ Series ShockWaves by RideTech. The Ride Quality ("RQ") series is a great entry level solution. It still retains all the mounting and installation advantages of the other shock series. With fixed shock valving, the RQ series is...
      $800.00 - $1,100.00
    • RideTech® Select Series ShockWaves
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      # sp9330
      Select Series ShockWaves by RideTech. The Select Series is a steel body monotube damper with two sets of independent internal valving so you can choose between "cruise-mode" with a soft compliant ride or a firmer "sport mode" for...
      $1,200.00 - $1,400.00
    • RideTech® TQ Series ShockWaves
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      # sp9331
      TQ Series ShockWaves by RideTech. The Track Quality ("TQ") shock line goes beyond the typical double adjustable units that have been popular. The TQ shock has a single rebound adjustment and a dual stage (high speed and low speed)...
      $1,900.00 - $2,600.00
    • Ridetech® CoolRide Kit
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      # sp18166
      CoolRide Kit by RideTech.
      $250.00 - $450.00
    • Monroe® Max-Air® Air Adjustable Shock Absorbers
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      # sp4357
      Max-Air Air Adjustable Shock Absorbers by Monroe. If you use your vehicle for towing trailers or carrying heavy loads, these shocks are what you need as they are engineered to maintain the ride height of the vehicle even when up to...
      $62.78 - $150.38
    • Monroe® Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorbers and Struts
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      # sp4358
      Monro-Matic Plus Shock Absorbers and Struts by Monroe. Nitrogen gas charged Monro-Matic Plus shocks and struts feature VPV (velocity proportional valving) and innovative all weather fluid. They offer improved ride comfort for any...
      $16.12 - $79.76
    • Monroe® Sensa-Trac Load Adjusting Shock Absorbers
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      # sp4360
      Sensa-Trac Load Adjusting Shock Absorbers by Monroe. These shocks feature position sensitive damping (PSD) and application engineered valving for improved ride and handling, and heavy-gauge calibrated springs that will help maintain...
      $27.35 - $107.79
    • Koni® Special D Shocks and Struts
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      # sp3953
      Special D Shocks and Struts by Koni. The Koni special, or original damper, is designed for the driver who wants to improve their cars handling and safety. Improved road holding with a higher level of safety, available for almost...
      $101.09 - $330.20
    • Koni® STR.T Street Shocks and Struts
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      # sp3955
      STR.T Street Shocks and Struts by Koni. STR.T Shocks by Koni. Ready for the road? For curves? For adrenaline? With the STR.T shocks, KONl gives everyone the ultimate feeling when driving with a sport chassis the quick and easy way....
      $59.70 - $187.93
    • RideTech® HQ Series Shock Absorbers
      (0 reviews)
      # sp9143
      HQ Series Shock Absorbers by RideTech. The HQ (handling quality) Series shocks adds rebound adjustment for the driver who wants to tune ride quality and handling quality to their specific taste.
      $185.00 - $520.00
    • RideTech® RQ Series Shock Absorbers
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      # sp9326
      RQ Series Shock Absorbers by RideTech. The RQ (ride quality) Series shocks have been designed and tuned for optimum ride quality in street rods, Muscle Cars, classic trucks and cruisers. Its the perfect solution for the hotrodder...
      $135.00 - $470.00




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      If you take your 4x4 off-roading, you have likely gained an appreciation of how unforgiving trails can be when it comes to your vehicle's underside. Deep ruts with rough edges can appear out of nowhere, sturdy-looking rocks can shift unexpectedly, and tranquil bodies of water can hide everything from sinkholes to fallen tree trunks. Before you know it, the underside of your truck has bounced off something hard enough to damage moving suspension components or puncture housings containing engine oil, gasoline, transmission fluid, or differential gear oil.
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      How Do Shock Absorbers Work?
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      Shocks Versus Struts: The Big Answers Revealed!
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      How Low Can You Go?
      Lowering is high on the list of many people who want to improve the appearance of their car. If you want to lower your car with the coil springs, then replacing them with lowering springs is the way to go. But what if you want to lower your car and also make it handle better? If that’s your goal then consider coil-over shocks.

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    Would Buy Again
    I was a bit concerned about the quality, but that ended as soon as I opened the box. Will buy more)
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    1998 Buick Riviera
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