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Chevrolet Tahoe Shock Absorber They are available for the following Chevrolet Tahoe years: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 11, 10, 09, 07, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95. This part is also sometimes called Chevrolet Tahoe Shocks. We stock shock absorber parts for most Chevrolet models including Silverado 1500, Silverado 2500 HD, S10, Suburban 1500, Corvette, K1500, Blazer, C1500, Camaro, Astro, Avalanche 1500, Malibu, El Camino, Trailblazer, Cobalt, HHR, C10 Pickup, Colorado, Bel Air, Impala, Express 1500, Equinox, Chevelle, C10, Silverado 2500, Caprice, K2500, Monte Carlo, Nova, Avalanche, G20, K1500 Suburban, Venture, Uplander, Express 3500, Express 2500, Silverado 3500, P30, Traverse and C2500.

We stock these Shock Absorber brands for the Chevrolet Tahoe: Replacement, AC Delco, Monroe, KYB, Arnott, Unity, Bilstein, Belltech, Dorman, SKP and DIY Solutions.


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The name says it all. The function of shock absorbers is to absorb the shocks that result from driving over bumps or on rough roadway. They help to provide a smooth and stable ride. Shock absorbers are maintenance-free, and there's no reason to replace them unless you see signs that they're damaged or wearing out. That's usually a gradual process and only rarely would it necessitate an emergency repair. Of course, if you notice that your driving experience has deteriorated over time, you can elect to install new shocks and will likely notice an improvement.

The Warning Signs That Shocks Need Replacing

You may find telltale cupping on the treads of your tires. Or, you notice that oil has dripped from under your wheel wells where you park. And your Tahoe has started to bounce and sway like a boat on choppy water. The quickest way to check for bad shocks is to push down on each vehicle corner and release quickly. There shouldn't be more than two bounces after you let go. Otherwise, it's time to see if replacement is necessary. How soon you'll have problems depends to a large extent upon how and where you drive. The rougher the ride, the faster the wear. Any time you hit a curb or a large pothole or are involved in any kind of accident, check for shock absorber damage. And unless your Tahoe is fairly new, it's a good idea to replace the shocks in pairs to prevent an uneven ride.

How Much You're Likely To Pay

Shock absorbers can cost anywhere from $25 to $350, depending upon how much you want to spend. Paying to have them installed will run another $280 to $420, so you can save money by doing the job yourself. Either way, it's worth investing in a wheel alignment after the new shocks are in place ($80 - $150 additional).

When changing rear shocks do I have to do anything special?

No. Just take the same precautions as you would with any other vehicle-related work for your own safety and protection. Replacing shocks is not difficult. You have the manufacturer's instructions to go by and plenty of online assistance available. If they are gas shocks, be especially careful not to puncture them or remove the snap ring from inside the top of the tube. Tahoes equipped with air leveling will require the use of a scan tool and a simple procedure after the installation to restore the suspension position.

Buying Your Replacement Shocks

What are the best shocks for Chevy Tahoe? There's no simple answer to that question except to say that they're the ones that most nearly match the type of driving done with the specific vehicle. There's a very wide selection of OEM and aftermarket shock absorbers, and prices vary according to the ones you choose and where you decide to buy them. Visit Tahoe internet forums and see what other owners suggest. Read a Tahoe shocks review for real world performance results. And look for an online seller such as PartsGeek.com for the best prices without the built-in overhead costs you'd have to pay at a brick-and-mortar store.


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