el de san luis potosi: your videos help a lot. what are the best front shocks for a chevy Tahoe
04 with the zw7 premium smooth ride I cant find a set for this type a
suspension please help
Dartanian Wade: so i dont know if your a just a do-it-yourselfer or an actual mechanic, but
how long does each shock normally take to replace?
1A Auto Parts: It could be, it may also be a poor alignment. 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
junebug271: Was told worn shocks were the cause of front tire damage and failure. Would
you agree that this is a plausible diagnosis? Looking for a quality set of
shocks right now. 2005 2500HD
Volusiaev: Great Channel Mike! I've bought several parts and will continue to do so.
Your prices and video tips are excellent.
1A Auto Parts: Thanks for watching. Have a great day! 1aauto.com 888-844-3393
fernando tarango: Did the struts to my truck last week and this help me out so much. Keeo ip
the good work and the videos. Thanks
fishinboy1993: taught me good thanks
tailhook44: Awesome video. I have an 01 Tahoe LS 4x4 what do you recommend for a
replacement shocks. Thanks.
1A Auto Parts: You just tighten up the nut pretty good with a wrench just like with the
soledeth: I have a 2000 gmc Denali it was making thumping noises every time front
wheels move now it won't turn on Im replacing actuator but what else could
1A Auto Parts: We currently do not have an auto repair video that shows this particular
1A Auto Parts: You should be able to just lift the one side up in the air to remove the
1A Auto Parts: The ride will be a lot rougher overall without the addition of better
shocks because the torsion bars are turned up.
1A Auto Parts: The issue is the shock has to not have a load on it to properly install on
the vehicle or it will shoot out of the car.
biodome9999: How much skin am I going to lose off my knuckles doing this job? lol.
alskozx: ratchet wrench would be nice
1A Auto Parts: That will speed up the process!
1A Auto Parts: We carry aftermarket shocks on our website that are just like the factory
ones. They're a great replacement for the original shocks. 1aauto.com
spelunkerd: I like your new intro, Mike. One day you might try using a lavalier mic for
the intro -- it really improves voice audio, at the expense of a little
more effort. Not so practical when your are turning wrenches but great for
Joe Blo: Your videos are great watched this and put some bilsteins 5100s on my
Silverado, damn that helped my ride out soo much, awesome!
1A Auto Parts: Thanks for checking us out. Have a great day! 1aauto.com 888-844-3383
You Tube: Great video, thanks for the upload! Probably the only straightforward shock
replacement video I've seen on these vehicles.
LandanL: Mike, I just replaced my front shocks on my 98 chevy silverado 4x4. I
thought that it was suppost to have a coil spring over the shock, but my
truck didnt have coil springs, am I missing something. Great video many
fonderen: to change the shocks do we have to lift the car (all the wheels) or just
car jack is going to be fine? (on the one side) thanks.
RedWhiteAndBlueVideo: I know that this post is old but I just changed my front shocks. I removed
the old and then I put the top threads in the top bracket of course palce
your bushings on beforehand. Then bolt your lower bolt. Jack the A-arm up a
little put your top bushing on and secure with nut and torque your bottom
bolt. Not really sure what mike is talking about the shock has to have a
load on it or it will shoot out of the car? My shocks were full extended
and the way i did it there was no chance of it.
chris blazek: I turned up my torsion bars some to help level truck. do i need to get
larger shocks now? i have a 2006 Chevy Silverado 2500HD.
roger noskey: change rear shocks on a 2008 saturn arura
1A Auto Parts: Something like that is going to be way to vague to diagnosis over the
internet. Your best bet would be to bring it to a mechanic and have them do
all the leg work to figure out what is wrong and then go and do the work
david smiley: What do you do to change them on a 1966 ford F-100 4x4 ?
UFOGHOSTHUNTER: how tight does the top nut on the new shock have to be?
mikep3501: Can I get away with not lifting the truck? Thanks for the Video it's very
informative. Thanks again!
mr2177: thanks for posting this, very helpful
mulepacker77: Do you need to get the alignment redone after you install the new shocks?
volkswagenlovertx: great job, keep up the good work
1A Auto Parts: You shouldn't need one after replaceing these shocks.
Germain Gonzalez: Love your videos and parts
clutchisgood: Your videos are very helpful and the best I have found. Thank you for
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