s are a vital part of the vehicle suspension, its prime function is to keep your wheels in contact with the ground at all times by absorbing the energy from the coil spring. If your car is too tight, too stiff and too bouncy even or if you find that your car is not handling as well as it should, hugging the road or taking corners easily then you could have a shock absorber problem. Porsche Shock absorbers together with dampeners, struts and springs are vital components of a car and they together, deliver a smooth ride. The shock absorbers are located close to the wheels and usually have the appearance of a large spring. Due to normal wear and tear, shock absorbers do eventually wear out and should be replaced by high quality shock absorbers.To see what Porsche Shock Absorbers we stock, just enter your vehicle details in our Fast Finder and this will then display what stock is available today or alternatively call one of our friendly expert advisors for further details or assistance.
The job of the shock absorber is a simple one - to keep you as steady on the road as possible. When there are the inevitable bumps and potholes to deal with, it’s the shock absorbers that keep your wheels tight to the road, working with the suspension system to even out surfaces and keep you on the straight and narrow.
It could be time to upgrade your absorbers if you feel that your car isn’t handling as well as it used to, or if you arrive feeling like you’ve felt every inch of the road surface beneath you as you’ve travelled. Wear and tear on your shock absorbers over the years is perfectly common, and with the wide range available below, it won’t be a hardship to sort out your new ones. Take a look at the shock absorbers on Euro Car Parts today!
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