HONDA CR-V(RE4)front Shock Absorber

How to Inspect Shock Absorbers Proper shocks in your car can be the difference between a confident, enjoyable driving experience and a hard-to-handle, stressful one. The suspension in your car does more than just smooth out those bumps you drive over day after day. Your car’s suspension is also...

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How to Inspect Shock Absorbers

Proper shocks in your car can be the difference between a confident, enjoyable driving experience and a hard-to-handle, stressful one. The suspension in your car does more than just smooth out those bumps you drive over day after day. Your car’s suspension is also critical to safe operation, preventing excessive sway and bounce when turning, as well as helping your tires to stay in constant contact with the road surface.

If your car rides rougher than it once did, the shock absorbers may be to blame. Shock absorbers are designed to absorb the bumps and knocks of the road for a smooth, stable ride. You can check to see if they’re worn and need to be replaced.


Method 1 of 1: Do a visual inspection of your car

Step 1: Look at your car by standing along the front. Make sure it’s on a level surface and check to see if one side appears lower than the other.

If any corner of the car is lower or higher than the other corners of the car then you may have a binding or bent shock that needs replaced.

Step 2: Press on the bumper. Press down on the corner of the front bumper and watch it move as you quickly release your hold.

If the vehicle bounces more than once, then the shocks may be worn out.

If it bounces more than one and a half times, the shocks are not good. This means that after you compress your car’s suspension, it shouldn’t bounce more than up, then down, then back up to its resting position.

Continue this check on all four corners of the car to test all of the shock absorbers.

Step 3: Inspect your tires. Notice uneven tread wear which indicates the shock absorbers may be worn. Feathering or cupping indicate shocks have a problem.

This includes patchy spots of wear rather than wearing on one side or the other.

If you notice uneven tread wear on your tires, have a certified mechanic look at them right away to make sure your car is not out of alignment, which could be potentially dangerous.

Step 4: Inspect your shock absorbers for leaks. Drive your car onto ramps and secure it in place.

Warning: Always put your car in park and set the parking brake when your vehicle is on ramps. Use wheel chocks or blocks to keep your wheels from moving.

Crawl underneath and look at the shock absorbers.

If you see oil drips leaking from them, it indicates they are no longer working correctly and need to be replaced.

Sweating, or just a small amount of fluid around the fluid-filled cylinder, is normal to see.

If your investigation indicates worn shock absorbers or if you’re not comfortable checking them on your own, ask a trusted mechanic such as YourMechanic to look at them for you as they may need to be replaced.

Shock absorbers may wear out sooner when you travel over rough terrain, rough roads, or even over potholes frequently. Expect to replace them approximately every 50,000 miles


OUR PRODUCTS SPECIFICATION

●Type: Shock Absorber

●Spring Material: Steel

●Shock Absorber Type: Gas-Filled

●Size: OEM Standard

●Warranty: 1 year

●Material: Rubber, Steel

●Color: Black or as your request

●MOQ: 50PCS

●PAYMENT: T/T, Paypal, Western Union, etc. 

KOOBER NO.

MANUFACTURER

MODEL

YEAR

POSITION

OEM NO.

73003711

HONDA

CR-V(RE4)

08-

FL

51606SWAJ05

73003712

HONDA

CR-V(RE4)

08-

FR

51605SWAJ05

73003720

HONDA

CR-V(RE4)

08-

R

52611SWNH01


PRODUCTS DETAILS

图片1.jpg1, 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.


图片2.jpg2, NOK oil seal:  Use of Japan NOK oil seal, NOK oil seal is the industry's highest quality oil seal, the use of natural high-quality (NBR) production, effectively suppress the shock absorber oil leak, abnormal sound; tolerance temperature -45 ℃ -120 ℃ , Inflatable pressure reached 3MPa

3,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

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.


PRODUCTS FEATURE

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 contral system certified by ISO/TS16949

6)A lot of raw material inventory.


Packaging & Delivery

 Package: , we pack our goods in neutral white boxes and brown cartons. If you have legally registered patent, we can pack the goods in your branded boxes after getting your authorization letters

Delivery Detail:45 days upon receipt of 30% deposit payment


FAQ

Q1. What is your sample policy?

A: We can supply the sample if we have ready parts in stock, but the customers have to pay the sample cost and 

the courier cost.


Q2. Do you test all your goods before delivery?

A: Yes, we have 100% test before delivery

 

Q3: What do you do after sending goods?

A:After sending, we will track the products for you once every two days, until you get the products. When you got the goods, test them, and give me a feedback.If you have any questions about the problem, contact with us, we will offer the solve way for you.



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