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Front Shock Absorbers: Comfort and Safety on the Road

Front Shock Absorbers are a part of the car suspension that helps you to control your car on rough roads and provides more comfort while driving. They reduce vibrations and shaking of the vehicle.

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Types of front shock absorbers for cars are

  • Gas: These contain gas filler which helps in maintaining stable performance at high temperatures and enhances the stability of the car at high speeds.
  • Hydraulic: These are the classic liquid filled shock absorbers. They provide a comfortable ride and cope well with bumps in the road.
  • Magnetic: These have a magnetic control mechanism that can change the stiffness of the shock absorption depending on riding conditions and driving style.
  • Pneumatic: These use air to adjust the stiffness. This is especially useful for heavily loaded vehicles or for adjusting suspension height.
  • Active: Have an electronic control mechanism that adapts stiffness in real time for optimal stability and comfort.

Types of front shock absorbers

How do I know it's time to change Shock Absorbers?

If you notice that your car is becoming less stable on the road, starting to sway or spring over bumps, it could be a sign that you need to change your front shock absorbers. 

You should also pay attention to the visual condition of the shock absorbers: if they are damaged, leaking oil or showing signs of corrosion, this could also be a clue that they need to be replaced.

Regularly checking during maintenance will also help you identify problems in time to fix them.

How to install Shock Absorbers?

How to install Shock Absorbers?

  1. Provide a secure support for the vehicle, raise the front end with a hydraulic jack and support it on the struts.
  2. Using a wrench, unscrew the shock absorber mounts on the upper and lower ends. These mounts can be of different types, depending on the design of the vehicle.
  3. Remove the old shock absorbers and carefully take them out.
  4. Slide the new shock absorbers into place and secure them with the mounts.
  5. Turn the fasteners with nuts and bolts, making sure to tighten them to the specified torque values specified in the technical documents.
  6. Ensure that all fasteners are properly tightened.
  7.  Remove the vehicle from the jack and test drive.

All of these components will play an important role in the performance of your car's suspension and affect the comfort and safety of your ride.

On our website you can purchase shocks, springs, silent blocks, bungees, other suspension components, and get expert advice for your vehicle.