Reviewed By Jonathan K (CLINTON, CT) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra —12/8/2017 9:52 PM
Old shocks had 110,00 miles on them. The handling has improved to like new and traction has improved also.
Learn what makes the best shock or strut choice for your driving style
Discover new levels of comfort, handling and safety when you dump your stock shocks and upgrade to performance shocks. Whether you’re looking for a smoother ride or you want to lower your racing stance, an aftermarket suspension system gets the job done. And, when you choose from one of the top names in the game, like Bilstein shocks or Eibach shocks, you get the top-notch suspension upgrades you need, all at a price you can afford.
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Choosing the best shocks for your vehicle can be a tough decision, especially when choosing between top names, like Edelbrock and Bilstein. That’s why we make it easier on you by providing all the information you need to make an informed buying decision.
Whether you’re just getting around to purchasing new shocks, or you’ve had a pair that you’ve been meaning to install, we have all the information you need when it comes to successfully (and easily) installing your new Bilstein shocks.
Check our helpful article to find the best aftermarket suspension components that’ll keep your classic beast under control and riding smooth.
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