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OE Quality Light Truck Shocks

$0.00

Our Technician will:

  • - Replace old worn out shocks with original equipment quality light truck shocks
  • - O.E. performance shock absorber with PSD (position sensitive dampening) and the Safe Tech system combines our exclusive precision tapered grooves in the pressure tube with application engineered valving and Fluon banded piston to improve the ride, handling, and safety characteristics of the vehicle.
  • - These light truck shocks will restore your handling to the way the vehicle manufacturer intended
  • - Most light trucks. Prices may vary.

Basic Light Truck Shocks

$0.00

Our Technician will:

  • - Replace old worn out shocks with basic light truck shocks
  • - Shock absorbers are nitrogen gas charged and feature velocity sensitive valving and all weather fluid, which offers trucks improved comfort at an economical price
  • - These basic hydraulic shocks will help your truck ride like new again
  • - Most light trucks. Prices may vary.

Premium Gas Charged Light Truck Shocks

$0.00

Our Technician will:

  • - Replace old worn out shocks with premium quality floating piston monotube gas shocks.
  • - The shock absorber with the patented Impact Sensor Technology combines specially tuned valving with a Fluon banded piston
  • - Recommended for light truck owners who want increased handling and the best possible ride both on and off road
  • - Most light trucks. Prices may vary.

Basic Passenger Car Shocks

$29.99

Our Technician will:

  • - Replace old worn out shocks.
  • - Shock absorbers are nitrogen gas charged and feature velocity sensitive valving and all weather fluid, which offers passenger cars improved comfort at an economical price.
  • - Installation included (Most Cars)
  • - Most passenger cars. Luxury cars slightly higher.

OE Quality Passenger Car Shocks

$59.99

Our Technician will:

  • - Replace old worn out shocks with original equipment quality passenger car shocks
  • - O.E. performance shocks with PSD (position sensitive damping) and the Safe Tech system combines our exclusive precision tapered grooves in the pressure tube with application engineered valving and Fluon banded piston to improve the ride, handling, and safety characteristics of the vehicle
  • - Shocks will restore your handling to the way the vehicle manufacturer intended
  • - Installation included
  • - Most Passenger cars, luxury cars slightly higher

Premium Gas Charged Passenger Car Shocks

$79.99

Our Technician will:

  • - Replace old worn out shocks with premium gas charged passenger car shocks
  • - The shock absorber with the patented impact Sensor Technology combines specially tuned valving with a Fluon banded piston
  • - Premium quality floating piston monotube gas shock are recommended for people looking for increased handling and the best possible ride
  • - Installation included
  • - Most passenger cars, luxury cars slightly higher

What you get with our Service Department?

  • ASE Certified Technicians
  • Written Estimates
  • No Unauthorized Work
  • National Service Warranty
  • Guaranteed Nationwide
  • 6 Months or 6,000 Miles

New shocks help improve your vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability. Experts recommend replacing your shocks at 50,000 miles. Why? Because shocks and struts are an integral part of your vehicle’s steering and braking systems. They help maintain vehicle control by keeping all four tires firmly planted on the road. This could mean the difference between having an accident and avoiding one.

What you get with our Service Department?

  • ASE Certified Technicians
  • Written Estimates
  • No Unauthorized Work
  • National Service Warranty
  • Guaranteed Nationwide
  • 6 Months or 6,000 Miles

New shocks help improve your vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability. Experts recommend replacing your shocks at 50,000 miles. Why? Because shocks and struts are an integral part of your vehicle’s steering and braking systems. They help maintain vehicle control by keeping all four tires firmly planted on the road. This could mean the difference between having an accident and avoiding one.