Fact Sheet #3 - Priming Shock Absorbers
Passenger vehicle twin tube shocks and struts are sometimes misdiagnosed as being faulty when removed from the box prior to installation.
Fact Sheet #2 - Misting vs Leaking Shocks
Noticeably, there are automotive DIY enthusiasts, mechanics and even some fitment professionals, that are incorrectly and mistakenly diagnosing a vehicles shock absorbers as being faulty "leakers" when in fact they are only displaying signs of “misting” which is quite normal.
Fact Sheet 1 - Why Replace Worn Shocks
Contrary to popular belief, the primary function of shock absorbers is to maintain tyre-to-road contact by minimising wheel bounce and controlling suspension movement in critical situations.
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