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Things not to forget when replacing your shocks

We have to drive in different road conditions, so with the increased mileage on the gauge panel we feel, that a vehicle starts driving worse. Specifically, suspension becomes more responsive to those road imperfections, and, as a result, you feel extra noises and excessive vibration. Whenever you feel, that it is high time you replaced your shocks, do not forget to grab shock brackets & mounts as well. As rusted, worn-out and damaged mounts may also cause that noise and vibration, even when you get the new shocks installed. Sine with the poor mounting pieces, suspension may hardly be in that beat-up condition. CARiD offers OE-quality shock mounts by KYB, MOOG, Sachs and certain other reputable brands. So step in to get new mounts!

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