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Make a decision about your next automobile investment carefully; enjoy the most dependable performance driving a Chevrolet automobile. Protect your car's elements by buying only the ultimate in quality engine parts. A high-performance vehicle needs the best components that you can find. Shocks are split two basic forms: spring dampers which use leaf springs, and torsion-based shocks which use a torsion bar. Chevrolet El Camino Shocks contain a steel coil enclosed in a cylinder which supports the car or truck's suspension. Reliable Shocks provide enhanced stability and increase the maneuverability of your vehicle. Shocks behave as strong spring coils which look very similar to pistons, shifting oil from chamber to chamber which softens jolts as you drive. The Shocks dampen motion from dips on the street to allow for a steadier ride. Buyers who select a Chevrolet El Camino are aware that reliability and elegance are worth preserving; the right accessories are sure to keep your vehicle in top shape. Every car will require components from time to time, so when that need arises PartsGeek.com is here to help you.


Chevrolet El Camino Shocks They are available for the following Chevrolet El Camino years: 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1977, 1976, 1975, 1974, 1973, 1972, 1971, 1970, 1969, 1968, 1967, 1966, 1965, 1964, 1960, 1959, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, 81, 77, 76, 75, 74, 73, 72, 71, 70, 69, 68, 67, 66, 65, 64, 60, 59. This part is also sometimes called Chevrolet El Camino Shock Absorber. We stock shocks parts for most Chevrolet models including Silverado 1500, Tahoe, Silverado 2500 HD, S10, Corvette, Suburban 1500, K1500, Blazer, C1500, Camaro, Astro, Malibu, Avalanche 1500, Trailblazer, Cobalt, HHR, C10 Pickup, Colorado, Bel Air, Express 1500, Impala, Chevelle, Equinox, C10, Caprice, K2500, Monte Carlo, Nova, G20, K1500 Suburban, Venture, Uplander, P30, Avalanche, Silverado 3500, Express 3500, Express 2500, Traverse, Silverado 2500 and Chevy II.

We stock these Shocks brands for the Chevrolet El Camino: Monroe, Lakewood, AC Delco, Gabriel, DIY Solutions and KYB.


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Like other components of your vehicles, shocks and struts get worn out or damaged and need to be replaced. You should keep in mind that there are no specific mileage intervals to get these parts replaced. This is why it is imperative that you know the warning signs of failing or worn shocks and struts. It will help you determine when you need to get your car to a certified mechanic for an inspection and if required, replace your shocks or struts.

Warning Signs of Worn Shocks

Here is a look at some of the signs of worn shocks to help you fix the problem quickly before any additional damage can be caused to other components.

Excessive Bouncing: If your car is designed with shocks, the coil springs will be mounted between the vehicle's frame and the wheels. When you drive over a bump, whether you have shocks or struts, your vehicle bounces on the coil springs. Nonstop or excessive bouncing is prevented by the shock absorbers. So if you drive over a patch of rough road or a bump and your vehicle bounces continuously, it is an indication that you need to replace your shocks or struts.

Tire Cupping: If your vehicle has bad shocks or struts, the tires will bounce up and down literally as you are driving. Every time the tires hit the ground, it can cause bits of rubber to get scraped off. This is commonly referred to as "scalloping" or "cupping." So your tires will not have a consistent treadwear pattern as usual, but instead, they will have some tread and then a smooth patch all across, meaning uneven tire wear.

Other Symptoms of Failing or Damaged Shocks

Apart from the ones mentioned above, there are other symptoms produced by worn or failing shocks and struts. Leaking hydraulic fluid and rear end squats dipping or nose dives are other warning signs that indicate the need for new shocks or struts. If you experience these symptoms while driving, you should immediately go to a reputed auto shop and get your suspension thoroughly inspected. Your mechanic is the best person to determine if you need new shocks or struts for your vehicle.

Cost of Shock Replacement for Chevrolet El Camino

To replace the front shocks/struts on your Chevrolet El Camino, you will need to spend between $380 and $576. Estimated labor costs are between $158 and $200, while parts will cost between $222 and $376. For the rear, you will have to spend an average between $303 and $416. Labor will cost you between $105 and $134, while parts will cost you between $198 and $282. Keep in mind that it is always best to get your shocks or struts replaced in pairs.

Whether you need Chevrolet El Camino front struts, Chevy El Camino rear shock absorbers or any other parts, you can be sure that PartsGeek is the best place to go. We have a large selection of top-of-the-line auto parts and accessories to take care of all your replacement or repair needs at the most affordable prices.


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Reviewer: el camino shock absorber review

these shocks came in a very quick and speedy delivery time and their quality is off the hook. They have made a night and day difference in my 79 el camino and it is much more stable now. No more scraping the frame on speed bumps and the like. These are a quality product at markdown prices. I highly recommend these to anybody needing good shocks at a low price.

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Reviewer: roger whittington

the shocks i ordered are great, the price was the best i could find on the net or any local parts store.they were shipped to my location in just a few days.

1978 Chevrolet El Camino Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Good Vaule

These Air Shocks were easy to install and appear to be a good value. I don't care for the plastic air line connectors. However, they were easy to connect and O-ring sealed.

1978 Chevrolet El Camino Shock Absorber

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1983 Chevrolet El Camino Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Charlie

I have alway trusted Monoe name brand and found them here at an excellent price. Shipping was quick and on time. Installation was quick and easy on my 76 El Camino.

1976 Chevrolet El Camino Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Matt

Awesome product. Quick shipping. Quality parts for a great price

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