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Buying new suspension gear for any Oldsmobile car has never been easier than we have made it for you and Oldsmobile owners across the nation here at CARiD. Whatever your suspension needs and whatever your Oldsmobile model and age, we have you covered with a great range of suspension kits and shock absorbers that include the very best products from all of the big names like Energy Suspension, ReadyLIFT, Rancho, Hellwig, Hotchkis, Lakewood Transmission and many more. These products have all been designed for your Oldsmobile vehicle, so whatever your Oldsmobile model and whatever its age, there will be just the gear you need here to help you upgrade its suspension.

Whether you drive the cool Oldsmobile Cutlass, the popular Aurora, the Bravada, the Alero, the Eighty-Eight or any other Oldsmobile model, CARiD is the place to come when you want unbeatable prices on the latest and best mods. It includes the best Oldsmobile shock absorbers, bushings, struts, and so much more, all made to help you improve the comfort, performance and ride quality on your Oldsmobile. Order yours here at CARiD now to upgrade your automobile and take advantage of our fantastic low prices!

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    • (3 reviews)
      # sp4279
      B6 Series Shock Absorbers and Struts by Bilstein®. If you expect more damping power from your shock absorber – even under loads – but don’t want to opt for an all-out sports model, the BILSTEIN B6 is the ideal solution.
      Increased power reserves and service life, even when pulling transporters and trailers or during frequent journeys with loadsOptimum adhesion and enhanced lane change stability in both day to day and extreme situations
      $64.93 - $769.20
    • (22 reviews)
      # sp2077
      Air to Coil Spring Conversion Kit by Arnott®. Replace worn and aged air suspension springs that are no longer reliable with simple, worry-free metal coil springs. Coil springs feature a variable spring rate that provides a softer,...
      Set coil springs and shock absorbers designed to bolt directly in place of existing air springs with no modifications necessary to your vehicleEliminate worry of failing air suspension parts which can leave you stranded with extremely costly repair bills
      $152.15 - $2,150.45
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp1278
      Pro Lowering Kit by Eibach®. This is the Pro System kit replacement performance-oriented coil springs, shock absorbers, and bump stops. “Plus” kits add front and rear sway bars, and some include end links depending on vehicle...
      Designed for the enthusiast who prefers a civilized boost of their vehicle's street handling abilities with the looks of a lower ride heightIncludes a set of sport springs, bump stops, shock absorbers
      $466.85 - $1,174.47
    • (12 reviews)
      # sp2832
      Anti-Sway Bar Kit by ST Suspensions®. When tuning your vehicles suspension, there are many ways to change your vehicles handling characteristics. Springs, Dampers and alignment all play huge parts in affecting how your vehicle...
      $149.99 - $559.98
    • (22 reviews)
      # sp3099
      Lowering Kit by Belltech®. Belltech lowering kits give your vehicle an aggressive look while retaining factory ride quality. Kits include Drop Ball Joint, Drop Spindle, Rear Aluminum Lowering Blocks, and Rear Shackles. Kits for...
      Belltech lowering kits give your vehicle an aggressive look while retaining factory ride qualityDrop kits include Drop Ball Joint, Drop Spindle, Rear Aluminum Lowering Blocks, and Rear Shackles
      $143.00 - $1,403.39
    • (11 reviews)
      # sp2512
      Hyper-Flex™ System Master Set by Energy Suspension®. This is an all-inclusive kit which includes bushing sets for front and rear control arms, body mounts, front and rear track bars, front and rear bump stops, and front sway...
      Includes bushing sets for front & rear control arms, body mounts, front & rear track bars, front & rear bump stops, and front sway barsGreater resilience of polyurethane adds support and stability under aggressive driving or load carrying conditions
      $44.01 - $483.89
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp13772
      StreetGrip™ Suspension System by RideTech®. Most OEM front suspension geometry, in addition to being designed over 50 years ago, induced "positive camber" when cornering (loaded tire leans away from the turn). This is a huge...
      Expertly crafted from premium materialsDesigned to match rigorous quality standards
      $2,000.00 - $2,500.00
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp8687
      Pro-Touring-System Lowering Kit by Eibach®. Are you ready to improve your classic muscle car's worn out factory suspension and transform it into performance machine for the modern world? Combine race-proven spring technology...
      Ultimate-Street PerformanceWithout Sacrificing Ride Quality
      $938.30 - $1,079.65
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp13061
      MaxControl™ Premium Monotube Shock Absorber by Gabriel®. On paper or pavement, you won’t find a more comfortable shock than the Gabriel® MaxControl™ v2.0. Equipped with best-in-class technology, MaxControl monotube shock is...
      Monotube internal designNew rod guide bearing allows greater sensitivity and response
    • (8 reviews)
      # sp3096
      Anti-Sway Bars by Belltech®. Boost the handling of your vehicle to more sophisticated levels with premiere one-piece sway bar from Belltech. Balanced for neutral steering and precise turn-in response, these bars reduce...
      Anti-sway bars effectively decrease suspension lean and side-to-side body roll around turnsSway bars are crafted from cold-formed solid steel for consistent thickness, yield strength, and lighter weight
      $67.60 - $525.59
    • (1 review)
      # sp20981
      Coil Spring by QA1®. Available in a chrome plated or silver powder coated finished. QA1's springs are strong, consistent and have a long life because they are made with the highest quality materials. A lifetime guarantee ensures...
      Chrome Silicon Steel (CrS)Cold Wound – Heat Treated – Shot Peened
      $25.74 - $471.11
    • (4 reviews)
      # sp13346
      RS5000™ Shock Absorbers and Struts by Rancho®. Rancho® RS5000™ shocks have been the shock of choice all over the globe since 1985. These iconic shocks were the first to deliver application-specific valving and are tuned to...
      Twin-Tube internal designTen-stage velocity sensitive valving: Provides tuning specific for each vehicle
      $50.99 - $128.99
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp20033
      RideCONTROLL™ Air Helper Spring Kit by Air Lift®. This is a set of two adjustable secondary air helper springs designed to add up to 2,000 pounds of leveling capacity for vehicles with leaf springs. Kit adds ride comfort and...
      Set of two air bag spring supports designed to work with factory OEM leaf springsAvailable in front and rear sets sized for your make and model specifically
      $307.97 - $1,450.00
    • (37 reviews)
      # sp4269
      4600 Series Shock Absorbers by Bilstein®. Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers and Struts are designed specifically to help your stock height truck, van or SUV reach its pinnacle in ride performance and handling, while still...
      Monotube gas pressure technologyEasy to install; direct bolt-on; no modification required
      $28.45 - $321.14
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp1052
      Extreme Sway Bars by Hotchkis®. This is anti-sway bar that reduce suspension lean and side-to-side body roll as vehicle weight shifts. Delivering a firmer ride than standard Hotchkis Sport Sway bars, these are recommended for...
      Anti-sway bars effectively reduce suspension lean and side-to-side body roll when vehicle weight shiftsImproves overall stability, driver control, and cornering while maintaining proper alignment and tire grip
      $311.50 - $549.12

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      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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    2005 Buick Ranier
    This pump description stayed that it fits my vehicle. It does not. I was stuck without a vehicle so I modified it. The mounting bracket that is tack welded to the motor housing was in the wrong position and it was not tall enough. I cut the bracket off of the new and old motor and welded the old bracket on the new motor. I felt misled.
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    2005 Buick Rainier
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