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Ford Bronco Replacement Shocks Information

Although the Ford Bronco has been out of production for nearly 15 years now, with the last one rolling off the assembly line in Michigan in June of 1996, many still remain on the road, alive and well. During its 30-year production life the Bronco went through five distinctive generations and amassed a large and loyal following. Sometimes referred to as the 'red-neck Cadillac', it first became popular as a compact off-road vehicle in the sixties, later gaining infamy as the object of one of the most famous police chases in history, seen carrying OJ Simpson in his much televised flight from authorities. Often used for off-road fun and frolic, Ford Bronco shocks are items that will eventually need to be replaced. As durable as these vehicles were made, the original Ford Bronco shocks weren't made to last forever, as no shock absorber could. Some long-time Bronco owners will end up replacing suspension parts multiple times. High-quality replacement parts for the Bronco are readily available, especially online. Look for durable, affordable, well-guaranteed parts. They're out there.

Ford Bronco Shocks They are available for the following Ford Bronco years: 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1991, 1990, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1985, 1984, 1983, 1982, 1981, 1980, 1977, 1976, 1975, 1974, 1973, 1972, 1971, 1970, 1969, 1968, 1967, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92, 91, 90, 89, 88, 87, 86, 85, 84, 83, 82, 81, 80, 77, 76, 75, 74, 73, 72, 71, 70, 69, 68, 67. This part is also sometimes called Ford Bronco Shock Absorber. We stock shocks 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, F350, Fusion, E350 Super Duty, E150 Econoline, F100, Thunderbird, Excursion, Fiesta, Windstar, F53, Edge, Taurus, F550 Super Duty, E250, E350 Econoline, E250 Econoline, E450 Super Duty, F450 Super Duty, E350 Econoline Club Wagon, E150, Ranchero, Fairlane, Galaxie 500, Flex, Mustang II, F-250 HD, Falcon and F Super Duty.

We stock these Shocks brands for the Ford Bronco: Monroe, Pro Comp Suspension, Skyjacker, Bilstein, Unity, API, DIY Solutions and Rancho.

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Shock absorbers are designed to help your vehicle's tires on the ground when you are driving over bumpy roads so that you can maintain control. Struts and shocks are designed the same. The only difference is that the strut holds the weight of the vehicle while a shock is a link between two suspension parts. Many things can go wrong when shocks wear out or get damaged. Due to this, it is important to know the various warning signs that develop as a result of faulty shocks.

Symptoms of Bad or Failing Shocks

There are certain symptoms produced when shocks get worn or damaged. Knowing these symptoms will help determine when it is time to replace your vehicle's shocks. Get your vehicle to a certified mechanic so that you get the best shocks for Ford Bronco.

Vibrations: If the valving seal or the piston inside the shock is starting to wear out, it may not sit properly and cause fluid to flow uncontrolled through the piston seal or valve. When this happens, it results in an overreaction every time you drive over a bump in the road. You will actually feel the vibrations with your hands on the steering wheel.

Nose Diving or Swerving While Braking: If your vehicle nose dives or swerves when you apply the brakes, it is a sign that there is something wrong with your shocks. This happens when the piston or valving seal inside the shock is worn out or failing. If you notice this symptom, you should make sure that you get your vehicle to a reliable mechanic as soon as possible to replace your Bronco quad shocks.

Test Your Shocks

There is one way to test your shocks and determine whether or not they need to be replaced. First, push down as hard as you can on each corner of your vehicle. Let go, and if your vehicle continues to bounce, it is a sign that you need to get your Ford Bronco shock absorber replaced.

You can also get an experienced professional to check your shocks when your vehicle is on a lift, like when you visit a repair shop to get your tires rotated. Your mechanic will be able to see if your 1994 Ford Bronco shocks have any major leaks and if there are worn bushings or mounts and dents and other such physical damage. If these problems are detected, it is more than likely that new shocks will be recommended.

Cost for Ford Bronco Shocks Replacement

It is not very expensive to replace the rear shocks on your Ford Bronco. It will cost you about $170 to $269 for the replacement. Labor will be charged around $52, and $67 and the replacement parts will cost about $118 and $202.

Replacing Ford Bronco shocks, front will cost you around $144 and $209. Labor costs can come up to $52 - $67 and the parts will cost just $92 to $142.

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Reviewer: Tim B

Exactly what I was looking for and work perfectly fast shipping

1988 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: marco

the product arrived at the exact time they said so the delivery is perfect, the product is also really good for the price your paying.

1985 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Great Shocks

I was looking for these locally. Everyone wanted to order them and I had to wait a week. So I looked online. Parts Geek was much less money and the same days out for shipping. The only issue I had wasn't a parts geek problem. One of the shocks was missing the grommet kits to install. I had to use my old ones to get back on the road. Otherwise 100% happy. If I had gone local I could have asked for parts at the counter. I still haven't gotten around to asking for the new parts and probably wont.

1994 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Chris

Smooth ride finally. Came quickly. Only problem was having to cut the old ones out, but the Monroes had all the necessary hardware to successfully install.

1994 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Donna

Just placed another order from PartsGeek today. We've ordered various parts from them in the past and all were shipped quickly. Pricing is great and quality has not been an issue.

1994 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Toby

Good fit for my 1994 Ford Bronco.

Stiff shocks. Good for small holes. Still rough on bigger chugs. May loosen over time.

1994 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber