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2016 Land Rover LR4 Shock Absorbers and Struts

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Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers and Struts

  • $226.00
for 2016 Land Rover LR4

Bilstein Air Suspension Shock Absorbers and Struts

  • $129.00 $592.00
for 2016 Land Rover LR4
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Frequently Asked Questions About Shocks And Struts

Shock absorbers serve two main purposes. They control the movement of the suspension components, and they ensure that the tires maintain contact with the road. Without shock absorbers, springs would rebound and compress freely, resulting in a wheel that keeps bouncing. This uncontrolled suspension travel would affect the tire patch, causing it to lose contact or traction with the road surface.

At BuyBrakes, we carry the best brands of shocks and struts like Bilstein and KYB. You can be sure we have the parts you need, at the best prices.

Old shock absorbers should never be thrown away in the trash. The hydraulic fluid should first be drained out by drilling holes in the outer tube. The fluid can be taken to a hazardous waste disposal facility. Once the hydraulic fluid is drained, the shock absorbers can then be taken to a to a scrap metal recycler. If you have gas pressurized shocks, the gas can also be released in the same manner. As the gas is under pressure, make sure you wear appropriate eye protection.

Shock absorbers typically last 10 years or 50,000 to 100,000 miles, whichever comes first. Have them inspected at no later than 50,000 miles, and once per year after that. Signs of wear may include unusual squeaking or clunking noises, or a significant change in ride quality, like the vehicle bouncing repeatedly over bumps.

You can check your shock absorbers yourself. First park your vehicle on level ground and see if all four corners sit evenly. If any corner of the car is lower or higher you may have a binding or bent shock that needs replacement. You can also check the shocks for leaking fluid, and by bouncing the car up and down. To bounce the car, push down on the bumper or fender several times. If the car continues to bounce after you release it, you probably need to replace your shocks.

If you have questions about your shocks absorbers, you can contact one of our expert technicians from 6am to 5pm PST Monday through Friday. We carry the best brands of shocks like Bilstein and KYB, so you can be sure we have the parts you need, at the best prices.

A shock absorber serves a specific purpose to dampen suspension movement. It is paired with a separate coil or leaf spring that supports the weight of the vehicle.   

A strut combines the spring and shock absorber in one unit. It not only dampens suspension movement but is also a structural component of the suspension system. If the strut is on the front end, it is also a structural part of the steering system. Struts can affect suspension geometry and wheel alignment. 

If you have questions about the parts you need, you can contact one of our expert technicians from 6am to 5pm PST Monday through Friday. We carry the best brands of shocks and struts like Bilstein and KYB, so you can be sure we have the parts you need, at the best prices.

Bad struts can result in banging, clunking, or rattling sounds, depending on the specific failure of the assembly. Such failures may include wear to the inner shock absorber, bushings, and/or bearing plate. If just the strut seals have gone bad, you may not hear any unusual sounds.

You can check your struts yourself. First park your vehicle on level ground and see if it sits evenly. If any corner of the car is lower or higher than the other corners you may have a binding or bent strut that needs replacement. You can also check the struts for leaking fluid, and by bouncing the car up and down. To bounce the car, push down on the bumper or fender several times. If the car continues to bounce after you release it, you probably need to replace your struts.

If you have questions about your struts, you can contact one of our expert technicians from 6am to 5pm PST Monday through Friday. We carry the best brands struts like Bilstein and KYB, so you can be sure we have the parts you need, at the best prices.