At 4 Wheel Parts, we carry a multitude of multi-shock bracket kits to keep your truck in fine shape. We know our customers aren't just polishing their trucks in their driveways all day long. You want to get out there and use your truck for what it's made for. When you're off-roading, your truck is using a lot of energy to push forward over bumps and rough patches of road. That force can wear down your truck over time and cause damage. Shock absorbers are the solution to all that friction and force put upon tour truck's suspension. 4Wheel Parts.com has the largest selection of double shock mount kits to keep your shock absorbers firmly in place.
The Purpose of Shocks
Shock absorbers are a necessity for trucks and have been used on automobiles since their creation. Shocks stop your suspension from bouncing too much with opposing hydraulic friction. Heat convection and fluid displacement is the scientific process that shock absorbers use to control the energy and force that moves through your car when in motion. At 4 Wheel Parts, we provide a wide selection of shock brackets, including dual rear shock mount kits that are easy to install and will keep your shock absorbers safely in place.
Multi Shocks vs. Single Shocks
A dual shock mount is beneficial for serious off-roading. Dual shocks can make driving on regular roads more difficult, but there are levels of shocks you can choose from depending on what you use your truck for. If you are planning on using your truck for jumps and particularly rough terrain, then the dual shocks will give you maximum control and durability. Single shocks can be purchased separately and are generally used for trucks that are used on normal roads and for everyday use.
Whether you are interested in replacing or adding shocks to a serious off-roading truck or for your everyday vehicle, 4 Wheel Parts has the brackets and shock kits you need to keep your shock absorbers attached functioning. Purchase your multi-shock brackets at 4WheelParts.com today!Helpful Suspension System Articles
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