Bilstein Shocks For most vehicles including full-size sedans, wagons and most trucks, these shocks provide improved handling and stability without sacrificing ride comfort.Their superior damping ability makes them ideal for heavy hauling or occasional off road use --- while still maintaining an exceptional street ride. As with all Bilstein shocks, these shocks instantaneously self-adjust to changing road surfaces. In addition, their performance does not gradually decline from age, use or heat --- requiring no compensating manual adjustments as with conventional multi-tube shocks.
KYB GR-2 Premium Shocks and Struts are specially designed to provide a smooth, secure ride with excellent control for drivers who are looking for ride comfort and improved handling. With its patented check valve, the KYB GR-2® Premium Shocks and Struts always maintain excellent performance under even the roughest conditions. It also provides comfort and control that is often better than original equipment. KYB GR-2® Premium Shocks and Struts are available for virtually all vehicles on the road today.
KYB Gas A Just shocks High Performance Shocks designed to deliver maximum driving control, KYBs Gas-a-Just® High Performance Shocks provide a high performance ride. Gas-a-Just High Performance shocks higher gas pressure keeps tires glued to the road while its superior strength monotube design with floating piston makes for fade-free performance and the seamless cylinders and eye rings provide durability. The Gas-a-Just High Performance Shocks offer a wide range of applications including RVs and motor homes.
Tokico non adjustable shocks & struts.
Conventional shock absorbers are among the simplest and oldest of shock designs. They are common on many trucks, older cars, and a few newer cars. They are also one of the least expensive shocks.
Struts are units that combine the shock absorber with a stressed part of the suspension. The struts allows auto manufacturers to eliminate the upper control arm and upper ball joint. They use a large diameter piston rod and are quite a bit larger and heavier than conventional shock absorbers. Most struts also combine the lower spring perch or seat into their construction.
Strut cartridges were developed as replacements for rebuildable struts. While they are still being used, most newer cars use what are called sealed or non-rebuildable struts.
sold in pairs
Spring seat, coilover, and coil-around are all terms used to describe this shock absorber. While they look like struts, they are actually shock absorbers with spring seats mounted on the body. They are not only smaller than struts overall, their piston rods are 25% to 60% smaller than struts.