We've created educational resources to share our knowledge and experience with you so that you have a confident shock buying experience.
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General Shock Information
Rough ride? Looking for more performance? What kind of time and money is involved when getting new shocks? We break it all down for you.
These kind of struts are designed to level out the front of late model trucks and SUVs.
Both shocks and struts primary focus is to keep the tires in contact with the ground, as much as possible. So, how do they differ?
Lowering springs are shorter and stiffer than factory springs. They are effective at their job but they present some other issues.
Product Specific Information
With many different types of drivers and uses of a truck or Jeep, its hard to get an objective read on what these two brands of shocks mean for your vehicle. We help you get the best shock for your intended use.
It's a classic debate: what is best between Fox's 2.0 Performance series and Bilstein's 5100s? We take our significant real-world experience and compare these two shock oefferings.
Bilstein has released an answer to Rancho's Quicklift Leveling System and Fox's 2.0 Performance Coilovers. How do they compare? We take a look at the details to find out.
The 3 most popular options for leveling kits and performance suspension are comparable in looks, but differentiate themselves in function and purpose.
The Bilstein 4600 series is the industry standard for factory replacement shock absorbers. The famous yellow shock has led the way in stock replacement shocks and struts, utilizing their famous monotube design that increases vehicle control and longevity.
With the release of Bilstein's newest suspension setup for late model trucks, the incredibly thick and beefy 6112 shock, debate between the newcomer and the encumbent 5100 series has erupted.