HONDA ACCORD 2.3（CG5）front Shock Absorber
THE NEWS ABOUT SHOCK ABSORBER Your wife has started to sound like a detergent commercial, bragging about the spilled coffee stains she's gotten out of your shirts. The kids are making excuses about why they'd rather ride their bikes to the mall than get a lift in your car, and even the...
THE NEWS ABOUT SHOCK ABSORBER
Your wife has started to sound like a detergent commercial, bragging about the spilled coffee stains she's gotten out of your shirts. The kids are making excuses about why they'd rather ride their bikes to the mall than get a lift in your car, and even the dog has started to get carsick. Wake up, Bunky, and realize that your vehicle's ride has gone, literally and figuratively, downhill. Hey, there are over 60,000 miles on the odometer, and the tires are starting to develop little concave "cups," sure signs it's time for new shocks.
Of course, you could get the jouncy ride of worn shocks at much lower mileage, perhaps because you drive briskly on bad roads and accelerate the wearing-out process. Or maybe the shock mountings have loosened. Occasionally, a shock produces a visible leak of fluid, but some hint of weep is normal, and most shocks we've seen that were well worn out, also looked bone dry.
That's right, we're talking about shock absorbers. The MacPherson strut is in wide use, but conventional shocks are on lots of cars, plus almost all those SUVs, pickups and at least the rear suspension of minivans. Isn't replacing them just like changing struts, just easier because you don't have to compress and remove the coil spring? No, although some things are similar (a strut is really a type of shock absorber), the mountings--and therefore the replacement procedure--are different.
Removing shocks is usually straightforward, but getting under the vehicle and applying sufficient torque to remove large-diameter rusted-on fasteners can be daunting.
●Spring Type: Coil Spring
●Spring Material: Steel
●Shock Absorber Type: Gas-Filled
●Warranty: 1 year
●Material: Rubber, Steel
●Color: Black or as your request
SHOCK ABSORBER DETAILS
1，Connecting rod: Degree of finish ≤ 0.05, chrome layer thickness ≥0.02, quenching depth 1-1.5, quenching hardness Rockwell HRC50-55; chrome layer Vickers hardness HV900-HV1300, piston end beating ≤ 0.03, micro-crack evenly distributed
2, Electrophoretic paint: Use of electrophoretic coating, film thickness 0.04-0.06, salt spray test ≥ 480 hours, the appearance of high finish, without any dead ends.
3, The weld: Use of robot welding, equipped with Matsushita automatic welding machine and 1.5MM wire, to ensure consistency 、aesthetics of welding, welding depth of 1.5mm, pull force ≥ 45KN.
4, Electrophoretic paint: Use of electrophoretic coating, film thickness 0.04-0.06, salt spray test ≥ 480 hours, the appearance of high finish, without any dead ends.
1)All weather fluid
2) Hard chromed piston rod reduces friction
3) Seamless cylinder reduces possibility of splitting
4) High-Pressure Nitrogen Gas
5)Quality control system certified by ISO/TS16949
6) OEM processing technology.
Packaging & Delivery
Neutral Package: One piece in one bag, one piece in one carton box, 4-6 pieces in one carton, One 40'HQ container could load about 1200pcs.neutral white boxes and brown cartons.
Print Package: could be made and used by your own designed package.
Delivery Detail:45 days upon receipt of 30% deposit payment