Make no mistake, you bought your 2000 GTX because you wanted to buy great performance and American engineering both rolled up into one vehicle. When your Dodge 2000 GTX left the factory, it was destined for a driver who prioritizes versatility in their automobile. Auto enthusiasts know that aggressive styling is built into each Dodge, and understand that only the highest quality replacement 2000 GTX parts will suffice when your car or truck needs fixing. While it may not be difficult to find replacement parts for Dodge vehicles, these days the necessity for nothing but the absolute best are required to repair your automobile.
The first production cars from over a hundred years ago must have been very unpleasant to drive. The MacPherson strut suspension was first used on front wheels, and made it so they could achieve the same amount of rotation using fewer parts. Still, your Dodge 2000 GTX struts absorb impact the same way shock absorbers do. However, your specific model uses a strut which allows the spindle to move in all directions by pivoting off the strut rod at the top, thereby doing away with the upper control arm and ball joint which previously performed that function. If your Dodge 2000 GTX has an independent rear suspension, a strut works much better than a shock for the rear wheel carriers.
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