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Your Ford Excursion is eager to succeed on any challenge, but has to have the best quality auto parts so it can take you to your destination. If an issue comes up or a component needs to be replaced, don't try to save money with the wrong component. Your Ford Excursion deserves the correct auto parts to come through with full power. Rough and ready off-roaders like your mountain-climbing Ford Excursion were intended to take a pounding wherever they're taken but need regular maintenance and top-notch parts to keep on overcoming all the world's high mountains. For loyal customers, Ford stands for reliability, upscale design and effortless maneuverability. Choosing a Ford, you relish attractive lines plus their legendary durability. The Ford in your carport was designed with the highest care and skill; it deserves new replacement parts of a similar top level of reliability. Fantastic horsepower and performance come from outstanding parts and accessories. Your vehicle is an investment due to its high performance and great style, so to keep it running in top form you'll need the ultimate in top-notch parts. Found between your suspension and the body of the car, Ford Excursion Shock Absorbers absorb the bouncing movement of the suspension. Your Ford Excursion Shock Absorbers reduce bouncing from dips on the road to deliver a smoother drive. Shocks come in two fundamental types: spring shock absorbers which rely on coil springs, and torsion-based shock absorbers which use a torsion spring. Each Ford already makes a statement ... make it a personal one with our collection of aftermarket accessories. You no longer have to choose between price and durability when you buy your accessories. A Ford is an engineering triumph, keep it humming with our online selection of outstanding automotive parts from

Ford Excursion Shock Absorber They are available for the following Ford Excursion years: 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00. This part is also sometimes called Ford Excursion Shocks. We stock shock absorber parts for most Ford models including F150, Ranger, F250 Super Duty, Mustang, Explorer, F350 Super Duty, Focus, Expedition, Escape, F250, Explorer Sport Trac, Crown Victoria, Fusion, F350, E350 Super Duty, E150 Econoline, Bronco, F100, Thunderbird, Fiesta, Windstar, Edge, Taurus, F53, F550 Super Duty, E250, E350 Econoline, E250 Econoline, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, F450 Super Duty, E450 Super Duty, E150, Flex, Ranchero, Fairlane, Galaxie 500, F-250 HD, Mustang II, Falcon and F Super Duty.

We stock these Shock Absorber brands for the Ford Excursion: Replacement, Bilstein, Skyjacker, Monroe, KYB, Rancho, API, TRQ and Sachs.

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The Ford Excursion is a heavy-duty sport utility vehicle that was produced by Ford from 1999 to 2005 for the North American market. Based on the Ford F-250 Super Duty line of pickup trucks, the Ford Excursion was the longest and heaviest SUV ever produced by Ford. It was described by Popular Science as the "biggest sport utility on the planet." Sales were initially good, peaking in the 2000 model year with over 50,000 sales. But as gasoline prices rose, sales declined. The Excursion's large size and poor fuel economy led to it being dubbed the Ford Valdez by The Sierra Club in 2007. TIME Magazine selected it as one of the Fifty Worst Cars of All Time. The last vehicle was produced on September 30, 2005. For 2007, the Excursion was replaced with Fords introduction of the Ford Expedition EL.

Many Ford Excursions have experienced a harmonic vibration in the front suspension when hitting large bumps at higher speeds. The vibration, commonly called the "death wobble," doesn't fade away until you stop the truck. The death wobble was developed in the 1990s to dampen harmonic vibrations in the front suspension. Unfortunately, due to its positioning, it's easy prey for bumps and road debris and can be easily damaged. Without a fully functioning stabilizer shock, your Ford Excursion risks suffering the death wobble.

Shock absorbers keep your car's tires flat against the surface of the road, providing even pressure so the tread wear remains consistent. They also absorb vertical impacts against the rear axle and front end suspension. Without shock absorbers, the vehicle's ride would be noticeably rough and jarring, causing other components to wear much faster than normal.

What are some signs of weakened or failed shocks?

Excessive bouncing can point to shocks that have lost their dampening effect. Trapped hydraulic fluid inside the shock cylinder slows the vertical movement of the shock piston. Leaking seals cause the vehicle to bounce. Any visual leaks around the shock body tube, either at the top or body of the shock, indicate that the seals have worn or split. As a result, there is a loss in hydraulic fluid, and all dampening effect has disappeared. Oil will be plainly visible on the shock body along with grime and dust.

Loud clanking or knocking noises when driving over bumps or curves may indicate a broken shock mount. Sometimes the bolts break, and the shock tube disengages completely, causing that side of the vehicle to sag. A broken shock can also produce a scraping or grating noise.

With worn shocks, the tires have a tendency to wheel-hop or skip, and at high speeds this causes chunks of tire to be torn from the tread. If the tire wear pattern appears wavy around the circumference, you know your shocks are worn out.

If the vehicle leans excessively into a tight or gradual turn, this means the shock cannot maintain its height and has lost the ability to carry the frame's load. Noises, such as creaking and groaning, can mean other suspension parts are bottoming out, which can be a sign that the shocks have lost their strength.

What is the Ford Excursion Shock Absorber replacement cost?

PartsGeek can fix you up with Bilstein Ford Excursion 4WD Shock Absorbers for both the front and rear for just $73.48 apiece.

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