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Shock absorbers play a vital role in the ride and comfort of your vehicle.

Spy Shots

Spool valve shock absorbers will help the beefy ZR2 manhandle rough terrain.

The Colorado ZR2 will feature spool valve shocks, according to these new spy photos.

Struts are considered a multi function suspension part on every vehicle.

Your shocks, or shock absorbers, are a pivotal part of your vehicle's suspension.

Proper shocks in your car can be the difference between a confident, enjoyable driving experience and a hard-to-handle, stressful one.

Your car has a suspension system that provides dampening of shocks and jarring while driving on the road.

Want to know if it's time to replace your shock absorbers? Don't know what the symptoms of a bad or failing shock absorber are? First you need to know a little about how a shock absorber is designed.

Air shocks are a type of suspension component and system that is found on many newer vehicles.

Shock absorbers do exactly what the name says they do – they absorb the shock, or dampen the ride of your vehicle.

A shock absorber is a device inside your vehicle that is connected to the suspension.

On the surface it appears the suspension of a car has a pretty straightforward job.

Every car, truck, and utility vehicle sold today has at least one shock absorber (informally known as a shock) for each of its wheels.

In automotive usage, the term "suspension" refers to all of the parts that connect the vehicle to the road.

People talking about vehicle suspensions often refer to “shocks and struts.