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 How do gas shocks work?

Answer Shock nomenclature can get a little unclear with all the different damper (shock) options on the market today. Gas shocks represent an evolution over traditional twin-tube shocks.Damping FunctionSh... Read More »
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Contractor did work then additional work.ruined original work.had to be redone by another contractor at considerable more expense.contractors insurance says nocoverage on his own work- can this be tru?

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How to Add Air to Air Shocks?

Adding air to air shocks doesn't need to be complicated, and equalizing both shocks to each other will provide a smooth, level ride. The average backyard mechanic can add air to air shocks in about... Read More »
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How to Tell if Shocks Are Going Bad?

Shocks are designed to induce resistance to movement of the body of the vehicle, resulting in a dampening effect on a rough surface. They have no effect on the height of the vehicle. Shocks are fil... Read More »
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How to Tell if Shocks Are Bad?

Shocks are mounted on almost anything with wheels. Shocks absorb the bumps in the road for a smooth ride. Shocks should be replaced every 75,000 miles. However, if you notice a decrease in ride qua... Read More »
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