How to Remove a Jeep's Front Shocks?

Answer Unlike most vehicles that use coil-over struts, most Jeeps use shocks to dampen the ride of the vehicle. Shocks allow for a longer range of motion for off-road riding. Although this might not prese... Read More »

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How to Replace Shocks on Jeeps?

The shock absorbers in your Jeep are needed to absorb the energy from bumps and rough driving conditions, keeping the drive as smooth as possible. The vehicle will need new shocks at a maximum of 5... Read More »

How to Remove the Front Shocks on an FJ Cruiser?

The FJ Land Cruiser was Toyota's version of the off-road Jeep. Built with off-road enthusiasts in mind, these vehicles featured big tires, strong engines and large front shocks to make them easier ... Read More »

How to Remove Rusty Front Shocks?

Weather conditions in certain geographic areas can have different effects on vehicles. Shock absorbers are made of metal, and so are the bolts that secure them to the suspension and chassis. If exp... Read More »

How to Remove the Front & Rear Shocks on a 2001 Jimmy?

Don't underestimate the importance of the shock absorbers in your GMC Jimmy. After all, they do control how soft or firm the ride in your SUV is, but most people neglect replacing them when they ne... Read More »