Learn more about symptoms of bad automotive shock absorbers and struts, why they go bad, how to extend the life of your shocks, and replacement options.
Replacing the rear leaf spring bushings on 80’s-90’s Ford Broncos and F Series trucks means knowing the difference between common and molded bushings, and we can show you how to check so you don’t end up ordering the wrong replacement.
Identifying the symptoms of bad sway bar links and bushings is key for knowing when to replace them to reduce body roll during a turn.
A bad tie rod actually means that the tie rod ends are loose or damaged causing a loose steering wheel, a clunking clicking sound from the front end, among other signs. Discover more symptoms and what to do about it here!
Bad U Joints can make squeaking noises at low speeds and cause vibrations or more serious symptoms. Understanding the causes for premature wear can help you find the right replacement.
A bad control arm really means there’s a bad ball joint or worn control arm bushings. When they fail you can experience symptoms ranging from clunking noises to steering wander. This article will highlight the symptoms along with the reasons for control arm failure and what to do about it.
Checking the ball joints on your vehicle is a simple process that can be accomplished with a jack, jack stands, flat head screwdriver, and a 2×4. Once the vehicle is jacked up you can manipulate the tire or ball joint to check for looseness.