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    • (16 reviews)
      # sp4351
      Econo-Matic™ Complete Strut Assemblies by Monroe®. This ready-to-install complete strut assembly includes everything needed for strut replacement in an affordable, fully-assembled unit. You save time because spring compression is not...
      Economical replacement alternative helping to ensure a complete repairHelps reduce installation time
      $51.50 - $142.68
    • (12 reviews)
      # sp4266
      B4 Series Replacement Shocks and Struts by Bilstein®. BILSTEIN has a legendary reputation for providing original equipment components to many of the world’s finest vehicle manufacturers. The BILSTEIN B4 Series provides the same OEM...
      Constant damping characteristics under any loadConsistent performance and handling give the vehicle a new car feel every time
      $27.52 - $616.45
    • (14 reviews)
      # sp5137
      Coil Spring Set by MOOG®. Upgrade your vehicle to MOOG coil springs that are designed to restore the original handling, reduce body sway and bring ride height to OE specifications. These coil springs ensure a seamless fit and reliable,...
      Direct fit, with no modificationsRestores and retains proper handling
      $27.40 - $202.93
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp98814
      Air Suspension Kit by Westar®. Westar is a widely recognized manufacturer and exporter of rubber to metal bonded parts for all types of trucks and automobiles. Every single product goes through countless quality check, producing...
      Non re-manufacturedBuild with brand new rubber to ensure the life of air spring
      $228.95 - $427.25
    • (75 reviews)
      # sp16725
      Air Shocks and Struts by Arnott®. Designed to match the fine specifications and tolerances of OEM equipment. Provides OEM level of fit, performance, and reliability at a fraction of dealer prices.
      Arnott sources many components from the same name brand companies that vehicle manufacturers used to build original OEM partsRestore full effectiveness and comfort of your air suspension ride
      $128.65 - $2,880.40
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp10259
      Professional™ Shocks and Struts by ACDelco®. ACDelco Professional Premium Gas-Charged Shocks offer the superior ride of a Premium Gas-Charged Shock with patented RoadResponse™ technology. Custom-tuned gas charge for optimized...
      RoadResponse™ Technology helps respond to changing road conditions with motion-sensitive valvingRoadResponse™ Technology provides a more comfortable ride during normal driving conditions
      $19.43 - $134.34
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp122969
      Professional™ Strut Cartridge by ACDelco®. by ACDelco®. ACDelco Professional Premium Gas-Charged Shocks offer the superior ride of a Premium Gas-Charged Shock with patented RoadResponse™ technology. Custom-tuned gas charge for...
      RoadResponse™ Technology helps respond to changing road conditions with motion-sensitive valvingRoadResponse™ Technology provides a more comfortable ride during normal driving conditions
      $34.22
    • (38 reviews)
      # sp16728
      Air Suspension Spring by Arnott®. This is air spring with all new components designed to match the fine tolerances of original equipment. Top-notch, durable rubber bellows and other components are sourced by name brand companies that...
      Arnott sources many components from the same name brand companies that vehicle manufacturers used to build original OEM parts withRestore full effectiveness and comfort of your air suspension ride
      $84.15 - $399.55
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp9979
      Shocks and Struts by SenSen®. Designed utilizing the latest technology, this product by SenSen features premium quality and will perform better than advertised. Perfect for your vehicle and lifestyle, it is manufactured to meet or...
      Designed to deliver trouble-free, consistent performanceRight for your vehicle and lifestyle
      $12.18 - $82.35
    • (67 reviews)
      # sp4363
      OE Spectrum™ Shocks and Struts by Monroe®. These shocks and struts are engineered for foreign nameplate vehicles to enhance the performance of their suspension systems. Monroe OE Spectrum shocks utilize OE valving technologies like...
      Provide unprecedented handling precision and controlNitrogen gas charged
      $13.80 - $337.04
    • (4 reviews)
      # sp6380
      Suspension Ball Joint by Beck Arnley®. For one hundred years, Beck/Arnley has been providing premium OE quality parts for vehicles. Beginning with motorcycle parts in 1914 and transitioning to import vehicles in the 1950’s, brand...
      Helps to correct wheel alignment, preventing premature tire wearEliminates suspension noise and improves chassis performance
      $11.74 - $96.62
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp10253
      Professional™ Coil Spring Set by ACDelco®. Designed utilizing the latest technology, this product by ACDelco features premium quality and will perform better than advertised. Perfect for your vehicle and lifestyle, it is manufactured...
      Designed to deliver trouble-free, consistent performanceRight for your vehicle and lifestyle
      $27.31 - $204.47
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp35908
      B4 Series Replacement Air Shock Absorber by Bilstein®. The Bilstein B4 air suspension module. The only fully functional module for all air suspension systems in uncompromising OE quality. High-quality air suspension modules in...
      High OEM quality standardsProven BILSTEIN gas pressure technology
      $133.72 - $4,226.20
    • (8 reviews)
      # sp92867
      Leaf Springs by Dorman®. Engineered from high-quality materials for long-lasting durability, Dorman’s Leaf Spring is comprised of multiple thin bands of steel to effectively restore the suspension to proper operation.
      Coated for resistance to rust and corrosionReplacement restores a safe, stable, smooth ride
      $84.95 - $450.95
    • (10 reviews)
      # sp13063
      ReadyMount™ Fully Loaded Strut Assembly by Gabriel®. As a structural sub-system in the suspension/steering system of the vehicle, the strut module assembly requires the highest level of quality and performance to ensure vehicle safety...
      Strut comes pre-assembled, saving up to 1.5 hours in installation timeEach design is 100% Fit- and Ride-tested by Gabriel's Answerman Techs to verify proper fit and real-world performance
      $52.64 - $178.47
    • (1 review)
      # sp7730
      Leaf Spring by Crown®. Crown Automotive is just the ticket if you want to get the most out of your vehicle as well as revel in a more exciting driving experience. You will surely get a real bang for the buck!
      Developed to improve your driving experienceConstructed to ensure ultimate operation
      $77.71 - $458.44
    • (10 reviews)
      # sp116782
      Complete Air Strut Assembly by Suncore®. This complete kit will replace all the required Air Suspension Parts in order to maintain great ride quality. You will be saving Time and Money by purchasing this complete replacement kit. The...
      Easy to installInstallation instructions included
      $192.27 - $765.00
    • (4 reviews)
      # sp10245
      GM Original Equipment™ Shocks and Struts by ACDelco®. Keep that great GM ride and handling with GM Original Equipment Shocks and Struts. Built to match your factory-original parts in fit, form and function, GM OE Shocks and Struts...
      Built to match your factory-original parts in fit, form and function to ensure performanceRight for your vehicle and lifestyle
      +1
      $25.85 - $629.51
    • (10 reviews)
      # sp33021
      Strut and Coil Spring Assembly by OSC Automotive®. OSC has designed its “QWIK-FIT” Strut Assemblies for quick & easy installation, no need to take apart the original strut assembly. Your customers can – save time & increase their...
      High quality at an affordable priceExpertly made from premium materials
      $46.65 - $189.47
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp159447
      Coil Springs by LESJOFORS®. Does your luxury car ride like an old buckboard wagon? Is your pickup still bouncing long after the bump? If so your suspension is in need of repair, but before you waste your time and gas running out to the...
      OE quality parts from top original equipment and aftermarket manufacturersThe finest quality at a great price
      $24.81 - $220.00
    • (2 reviews)
      # sp10237
      Advantage™ Gas Charged Shock Absorber by ACDelco®. Designed utilizing the latest technology, this product by ACDelco features premium quality and will perform better than advertised. Perfect for your vehicle and lifestyle, it is...
      Designed to deliver trouble-free, consistent performanceRight for your vehicle and lifestyle
      $13.01 - $46.50
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp10242
      Advantage™ Ball Joint Assembly by ACDelco®. ACDelco Advantage Ball Joints feature a forged, CNC-machined shell, corrosion-resistant coating and metal-on-metal or full synthetic bearings. The design provides reduced end play and...
      Forged, CNC-machined shell leads to high-quality, precision-made performance and additional strengthCorrosion-resistant coating for long life
      $7.67 - $66.36
    • (9 reviews)
      # sp13066
      Ultra™ Premium Shock Absorber by Gabriel®. Gabriel® Ultra™ shocks and struts for today’s vehicles are in a class of their own. Ultras are precision engineered with exclusive G-Force™ Technology for quicker response, longer...
      Infinitely variable damping for on-demand control on all road conditionsG-Force technology for quicker response, improved product life and consistent, reliable ride control
      $18.00 - $247.30
    • (9 reviews)
      # sp4593
      Ball Joint by Mevotech®. Experience improved ride comfort and smooth handling with the replacement Mevotech ball joints. They grip the control arm better and guarantee worry-free performance even during sudden turns and acceleration....
      Knurling on the outer housing of the ball joint makes for a better grip with the control armDesigned to improve the vehicle's cornering stability
      $5.33 - $108.60
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp95135
      Track Bar by Dorman®. Rigorously tested for sustained, secure performance by a team of product and quality engineers, Dorman's Control Arm is designed for passenger safety. Dormans industry-leading evaluation process ensures a smooth...
      High quality at an affordable priceBuilt to match your exact requirements
      $12.95 - $137.55
    • (13 reviews)
      # sp7970
      Shocks and Struts by Suncore®. The shocks are what stop the vehicle from bouncing excessively. Your brand new OEM Electronic Gas Shocks will help your vehicle with braking, handling and fuel economy. It is highly recommended that Yukon...
      Easy to installInstallation instructions included
      $22.19 - $2,465.56
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp16724
      ABC Strut by Arnott®. Arnott now offers a completely rebuilt Active Body Control (ABC) strut. Each strut is painstakingly tested, disassembled and rebuilt from the ground up. Arnott has worked directly with one of the largest seal...
      Arnott sources many components from the same name brand companies that vehicle manufacturers used to build original OEM parts withRestore full effectiveness and comfort of your air suspension ride
      $550.65 - $866.64
    • (1 review)
      # sp87418
      Leaf Spring by Omix-ADA®. Leaf springs are one of the simplest suspension systems because the springs not only allow wheel movement; they also provide the mounting points to secure the axle assembly to the vehicle. Leaf springs can sag...
      Performs according to OEM specificationsMeets or exceeds OEM quality standards
      $81.99 - $568.35
    • (7 reviews)
      # sp13050
      Guardian™ Nitrogen Gas Charged Shock Absorber by Gabriel®. Whether it’s a casual cruise over paved asphalt or a long drive on a rugged country road, Gabriel® Guardian™ shocks provide high-quality comfort and stable performance...
      Engineered to meet or exceed OE specificationsHigh-quality comfort and performance at a value price
      $13.71 - $26.83
    • (94 reviews)
      # sp4352
      Quick-Strut™ Complete Strut Assemblies by Monroe®. This innovative replacement strut comes complete and ready to install. All of the most common wear parts are included so you’ll not only save installation time, your vehicle’s...
      Preassembled and ready to installSaves time and increases your safety – no need to disassemble components and compress the coil spring
      $60.58 - $317.71




    Without a suspension system, you would not only have a bone shaking ride but little vehicle control as well. The tires would bounce in reaction to bumps, and tires that aren’t on the ground can’t direct, move or stop the vehicle. The suspension keeps the wheels in contact with the road surface for traction, steering and braking, so power gets to the ground and you can remain in control. All suspension systems have springs to absorb bumps and shock absorbers to control the action of the springs.

    There are far too many suspension system designs for a detailed discussion here, but all can be divided into solid (beam) axle suspension and independent suspension. A solid axle is so called because the wheels on either side of the vehicle are linked by a rigid axle housing, and a bump in the road that affects one wheel will also disturb the wheel on the other side. Solid axles can be live axles that transmit power to the wheels or dead axles that do not, such as the rear axle on a front-wheel drive car. As the name implies, independent suspensions allow the wheels to move independently of each other, and the effect of a bump on the road encountered by one wheel will be isolated to that wheel and will not affect the wheel on the other side of the vehicle.

    Independent suspensions use either struts or shock absorbers. A strut is a type of shock absorber that also serves as a supporting suspension member. There are modified struts where the springs are separate, but the most common type is the MacPherson strut, which incorporates a shock, spring and suspension member in one unit. When used at the front of the vehicle, the top of the strut is the upper steering pivot. Shock absorbers are used with control arm suspensions. Shocks and struts are the most commonly serviced suspension parts. Because they deteriorate gradually and degrade handling and ride quality, it is recommended that they be replaced after 50,000 miles, sooner if you experience a bouncy ride, nose diving when braking, and excessive body roll in turns.

    Leaf springs are the oldest type of springs and generally used to both suspend and locate live axles. They are the springs of choice for hauling because they can carry heavy loads and the capacity can be easily increased by adding leaves. Coil springs are the most common type of spring in use today. They are much easier to tune for a specific ride and/or handling characteristics than leaf springs, making them ideal for performance vehicles. A torsion bar is a type of spring that twists in response to wheel movement. The advantage of torsion bars is that they can be adjusted to correct vehicle ride height. Air suspension air springs use compressed air to provide a smooth ride and suspension leveling. Self-leveling sensors provide ride height input to the air suspension system control module.

    The wheels, springs, and shocks or struts are attached to the vehicle with suspension members called control arms. Control arms can be called different names according to the suspension system and where they are located on the vehicle, including short and long arms, radius arms, and trailing arms. In general they are made of stamped steel or aluminum and articulate by means of bushings and ball joints. The control arms themselves are generally very durable and usually only replaced if bent, but the bushings and ball joints wear and require replacement to eliminate play that can affect handling and alignment angles. Incorrect alignment angles can cause steering pull and tire wear. If conventional means of adjustment are inadequate an alignment kit can bring angles within specification.

    The steering knuckles are the connection point for the front wheels, suspension members and steering linkage. The wheels may attach to spindles, which can be an integral part of the knuckle – this is a common arrangement for rear-wheel drive vehicles, or they may mount to hubs that bolt to the knuckles, and to which the drive axles are connected – typical for front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive vehicles. Ball joints allow the knuckles to move up and down with suspension movement and pivot in response to steering input. Panhard rods and track bars laterally locate solid axles within the vehicle body and prevent side-to-side movement. Sway bars are a type of torsion bar that connects the wheels on both sides of the vehicle to reduce body roll in turns.

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      The springs on your vehicle are an integral part of its suspension system. Not only do springs keep all four corners suspended at a pre-determined, level ride height,...
      by Richard Reina
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      July 05, 2018
      When Is It Time To Replace My Shock Absorbers?
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      Shocks Versus Struts: The Big Answers Revealed!
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