i wouldn't wear socks.
Don't use the drugs
stand on polystyrene or rubber
Your shocks are getting worse.
yes you need very good shocks because i said so
it protects you from getting electric shocks or being electrocuted.
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Are you carrying heavy loads or has any suspention changes been made? such as lowering or raiseing?
No. Astros have shocks all around.
I had the same problem on my 95 Riviera. I bought a set of air shocks from Autozone and installed them putting the air pressure valve in the trunk out of the way and disconnected the auto system under the car. Now I added some air to the air shocks and it is adjustable by releasing the amount of air according to the ride you like. worked perfectly, and no more pump running constantly. $70.00 for air shocks verses $400.00 for factory pump and original shocks. works great.
no it will not stop you from getting electrocuted, unless the rubber touches what ever it is first. Friction gives you electric shocks.
Shocks are just that, shocks. There is already a suspension system in place and you add shocks to it. The shocks can be replaced easily.Struts have part of the suspension andthe shocks included in one assembly. The struts have to be disassembled for access to the shocks.
Around 60,000 miles
do they have very large coil springs around them? if they do then they're struts. shocks usually dont have visible springs.
It works by constantly monitoring the heart-beat. If it detects an abnormal beat, it shocks the hearts, as a paramedic would with a hand-held device.
i recommend after 75000 miles. check for leaks around shock. rubbing, which causes bare metal to show. rust around shocks. do a bounce test: push a corner of vehicle down and then let up, does the vehicle oscillate(bounce) up and down more than once the vehicle is let go. if yes, change shocks. if the shocks are good, the vehicle will bounce once and level out.
Shocks- some are air shocks. Shocked?
AROUND 65 EACH FOR THE FRONT,AND 75 EACH FOR THE BACK.SO AROUND 300.00 ...
To replace shocks on the rear wheels of a pickup truck will cost around $100 for the shocks. Labor costs differ by region, but this job might take 1 to 2 hours. Labor could be as high as $100 an hour.
Depends on what vehicle and brand of shocks, but you can get grabriels or another inexpensive shock for around $20 each. Koni or factory replacements can be$100-200 each.