Dodge automobile enthusiasts have grown accustomed to a certain level of dependability when driving their W100 around town. It's not every day that you discover you need a replacement Shock Absorber for your vehicle. Obviously, you didn't buy your W100 unless you wanted to buy power and American engineering both impeccably combined into one car, truck, or SUV. Car aficionados know that aggressive styling is built into each Dodge, and know that only the best replacement W100 parts will suffice when repairs are needed.
The first production cars from over a hundred years ago must have been very unpleasant to drive. Shock absorbers became widely used on cars and trucks in the 1930s, and they contributed to the agility you feel today on your vehicle. Without your Dodge W100 shock absorbers, every inconsistency in the road will be felt by you and your passengers. The shocks on your car or truck have a valve that creates hydraulic pressure inside the cylinder with every movement. This pressure forces a piston to compress a pocket of charged gas that resists and rebounds against it. This resistance is what absorbs vibration and impact. Today, a strut and coil spring assembly has replaced the shock absorber on front suspensions due to its increased mobility; so depending on the age of your Dodge W100, you may only find them in the rear.
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