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Loaded Struts Are Not Always The Total Solution

Under normal conditions on a smooth road, shocks and struts stroke an average of 1,750 times for every mile traveled.

VIDEO: The Benefits Of A Loaded Strut

Struts and springs are among the most important suspension components. This video is sponsored by The Network Academy.

VIDEO: How OE Vehicle Systems Are Engineered To Work Together

Many parts may “meet spec” but are they the best option? This video sponsored by ACDelco.

It’s Spring (Replacement) Time!

One spring rate might be great for controlling body lean, but it could be too hard to provide a comfortable ride.

Loaded Struts Alone May Not Solve Suspension Issues

Under normal conditions on a smooth road, shocks and struts stroke an average of 1,750 times for every mile traveled.

The Complete Shock And Strut Swap

One mistake to avoid when replacing struts is reusing the bearing plates or upper mounts.

Alignment Specs: 2009-2013 Subaru Forester

The camber is adjustable from the factory with a cam bolt in the strut flange. Caster is non-adjustable.

SDi Unveils Self-Adjusting Suspension For Jeeps

This is the first fully independently adjustable electronic suspension system for Jeeps, according to SDi.

‘Selling’ Ride Control Repairs

A visual inspection of the shocks and struts can tell you a lot about the ride control units.

How To Install Struts

To install some struts, it may be necessary to rotate the upper strut mount insulator which can be separated from the mount.

Nissan Suspensions: Inspection And Restoration

The suspension needs just as much or more attention when compared to the engine.

Ford Flex 2013-2019 Alignment Spec

Modern cars not only need the angles to be in the green, but they also need to have the sensors calibrated.