The vehicle in your driveway is head and shoulders above the rest when it comes to all the vehicles these days. Anyone who operates a Lincoln knows that when it comes to maintaining their car, truck, or SUV only the absolute best replacement parts will do. Obviously, you didn't buy your Lincoln unless you understood you would be getting long-lasting quality and dependability both impeccably combined into one vehicle. You picked your Lincoln because its performance and unique styling agreed with your nature; so why would you settle for second best when it comes to superior quality auto parts?
Could you imagine how uncomfortable your suspension would be if it didn't dampen impact? Shock absorbers became widely used on cars and trucks in the 1930s, and the comfort they brought to drivers was so impressive that all vehicles afterward, including yours, have benefited from them. Without your Lincoln Lincoln shock absorbers, you would not have a comfortable ride. 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 Lincoln Lincoln, you may only find them in the rear.
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Vehicle Install Locations: Front