What are air shocks?

Answer Air shocks are a type of damper used to smoothen the ride and reduce spring rebound in cars and trucks. An air shock is connected to an air pump that keeps the shock inflated.FeaturesAs air shocks ... Read More »

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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 »

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 »

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 »

How to Change Shocks?

If your vehicle doesn't stop bouncing after hitting a bump you may need new shocks or struts. While strut replacement is a job which requires special tools, making it a difficult repair for backyar... Read More »