KYB shocks for shure and OEM springs....Rick D
For the front you turn the torsion bar nuts (one on each side) like your tightening them to raise the front of the vehicle and for the back you can add air shocks or more leafs to the springs, be sure to get the vehicle aligned when doing this as it will throw the alignment off.
Not necessarily. From what i understand, though, if you decide not to get shocks to accompany the longer springs, your ride quality will be a sloppy mess. If you have the extra cash, it would be best to get shocks that have more travel.
Chassis dynamics are just simply about exchange of discussion between different persons. Its main topic is about, what are the best springs or shocks are there for the motorcycles.
It is best done with drop spindles and springs.
Taurus sedans have STRUTS that combine the springs and shock absorber/dampers. A skilled home mechanic can remove the struts but it's best to have a shop with a proper strut compressor separate the spring and thedamper section. Taurus wagons have STRUTS on the front, and separate, conventional springs and shock absorbers on the rear. Generally a home mechanic can change these shocks.
I suppose you could use higher springs on the struts in the front and different coil over shocks in the back but the ride is really going to suffer and possibly not be able to be aligned properly. Best off going to a shop that specializes in suspension parts and modifications. That is what they do.
you need about 800 to 1000 horse engine, special shocks in the front, and 14" rear tires to get the best grip.
To change the front shocks on a durango the best way is to place the vehicle on a jack .The jack needs to be under the lower control arm behind the tire and jacked up off the ground and tire removed from the vehicle.Loosen up the lower bolts and remove [this takes an impact wrench or a breaker bar and some penetrating oil and a strong arm]. To change the rear shocks jack the rear of the vehicle off the ground and place jack stands under the frame of the vehicle in front of the vehicles rear tires...lower the vehicle to the jack stands and remove the top bolts to the shocks [springs will hold it up] then remove the lower bolts. Now replace the old shocks with the new shocks in the exact same way the old ones came off.Make sure the nuts and bolts are tightened until them can not be tightened any more usually takes an impact driver or a very strong arm.
Monroe shocksare one of the best.
Any air shocks are good and will work on your car.
it depends on which model caprice u have. best idea is to take it to a tire shop
95 Chevrolet caprice takes a delco 78 series battery. the 7 year is the best.
Depends on what you're driving. Most cars have gas shocks and some have air shocks. Air shocks are more comfortable, with an automatic leveller, as in Lincoln Continental, in my opinion.
There are many sites on the internet that have information on Monroe shocks. I think that your best information regarding the shocks would likely be directly from the Monrow website which is Monroe dot com.
use the newest engine you have and change from freestyle shocks to racing shocks depending on the race
yes, all g shocks should have Casio written on them, the techno gshocks are one of the best of the fakes
I use Penzoil high mileage in my 105,000 mile LT1 caprice with an AC Delco filter. You can get a 5 qt jug for around $13 at walmart.
There are no "shocks", they are struts, and you'd best take it to a mechanic who knows what he's doing. It's NOT an easy job.
The best way is to pick the lock and hotwire the engine.
You may want to seek professional help to replace the shocks. You could try searching http://www.yellowpagecity.com/ for your nearest mechanic. Otherwise, try searching for websites which detail how to replace shocks in cars.