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When you want to make changes that will have a really tangible impact on how your Plymouth feels to drive, suspension upgrades can be the most effective way to make a big difference. Whether you want to give your Acclaim a smoother ride or improve its performance, or adjust it to better suit the journeys you make, you can do it all with the great Plymouth Acclaim suspension systems available here at CARiD. Like all of our amazing Plymouth products and accessories, our Acclaim suspension gear has all been chosen by our specialists to represent the very best and most effective products from leading names. This means you'll find terrific Plymouth Acclaim suspension kits from brands like Daystar, Energy Suspension, Rancho, ReadyLIFT, Hellwig and Eibach among other brilliant brands.

Check out this fantastic selection for your Plymouth to find the best shock absorber assembly kits, sway bars, lowering kits and struts available on the web or anywhere else. Place your order for your new Plymouth Acclaim suspension kits and shock absorbers here with our secure online check out, or via our toll free phone line to get your fantastic new products and give you Plymouth its new ride quality without delay!

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      # sp17549
      N1 ExV Dampers by APEXi.
      $6.60 - $3,207.75
    • (4 reviews)
      # 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...
      $46.92 - $150.38
    • (1 reviews)
      # 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
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      # sp15931
      Driver or Passenger Side Stocker Star Steel Economy Shock Absorber by QA1. Quantity: 1 per Pack.
      $63.43 - $117.46
    • (1 reviews)
      # sp15959
      Front Driver or Passenger Side Stocker Star Aluminum Shock Absorber by QA1. Compresed Height: 7.63". Extended Height: 11". Quantity: 1 per Pack.
      $117.04 - $285.01
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp15963
      Rear Driver or Passenger Side 53 Series Stock Mount Steel Twin Tube Circle Track Shock Absorber by QA1.
      $134.14 - $138.40
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      # sp15966
      FC Series Stock Mount Steel Shock Absorber by QA1.
      $91.00 - $100.59
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      # sp18569
      Performance Shock Absorbers by Warrior.
      $13.25 - $102.00
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp13052
      HiJackers Air Adjustable Shock Absorbers by Gabriel. Gabriel HiJackers are the original air-adjustable shocks, providing customizable performance and support that can be adjusted and readjusted to handle temporary towing or hauling...
      $52.25 - $73.16
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp1609
      Load Support Air Springs by Air Lift. Load Support Air Springs are sets of two adjustable secondary air springs that help existing springs maintain a level ride, proper handling, and safety when weighed down by heavy loads. For...
      $87.68 - $499.00
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp1612
      LoadController Air Compressor Systems by Air Lift. LoadController systems are air compressors that mount permanently on the frame of your vehicle to give you spring inflation pressure wherever you go. Adjustment of your springs is...
      $159.00 - $475.00
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp1616
      SmartAIR Automatic Leveling System by Air Lift. This kit includes an air pump, magnetic height sensors, wiring, harnesses, and all hardware needed to inflate or deflate air springs to adjust vehicle ride height. Available with a...
      $433.92 - $864.44
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp1619
      Wireless Control System by Air Lift. These kits include a compact wireless remote control and all the equipment you need to adjust the pressure in two air springs on the same axle. Choose the value-priced Equal Inflation kit that...
      $367.50 - $524.99
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      # sp12326
      Coil-Rite Air Helper Spring Kit by Firestone. Mount inside an existing open coil spring suspension. These air springs provide adjustable spring rates far superior to the standard coil spring. The durable polyurethane air springs...
      $69.34 - $983.12
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      # sp17670
      Triple C Camber Adjustment Bolts by H&R.
      $54.84




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