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Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Replacement Struts Information

An automotive suspension strut is a structural component that supports the car's weight and absorbs the excess bouncing of your vehicle's suspension. It disperses the weight of your car as it bounces over bumps. The strut integrates multiple suspension parts into one compact assembly. Much like a shock absorber, it dampens the spring's movement as your car passes over uneven road surfaces. This component is designed to provide a smooth ride and allow the car carriage to remain in the same position.

The struts should be replaced every 50,000 to 100,000 miles. These parts wear out gradually. Driving on gravel or dirt roads will shorten their lifespan. If you car bounces or presents uneven tire wear, then you might need to replace the struts. Take your vehicle to a mechanic and then visit Parts Geek to get new struts for your Chevy.

Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Struts They are available for the following Chevrolet Suburban 1500 years: 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00. This part is also sometimes called Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Shock. We stock struts parts for most Chevrolet models including Malibu, Impala, Equinox, Cobalt, Silverado 1500, HHR, Cavalier, Trailblazer, Traverse, Monte Carlo, Camaro, Tahoe, Aveo, Uplander, Prizm, Lumina, Venture, Sonic, Avalanche, Cruze, Colorado, Trailblazer EXT, Tracker, Classic, Aveo5, Impala Limited, Volt, Suburban, Captiva Sport, Metro, Spark, Corsica, Trax, Caprice, Beretta, Nova, Lumina APV, Cruze Limited, Celebrity and Silverado 1500 Classic.

We stock these Struts brands for the Chevrolet Suburban 1500: Monroe, Arnott, Unity, KYB, AC Delco, Gabriel, API, TRQ and Westar.

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If you find that the front your Suburban 1500 is not riding at the same level as it once did, you may have an issue with one or both of your struts. Unlike shocks for your Suburban 1500, the struts also provide some support for your vehicle. When you have bad struts, you can experience numerous problems, and if you fail to replace bad struts, over time, those bad struts will lead to more damage on your vehicle while making your ride extremely uncomfortable. It's best to regularly inspect and change your struts to prevent such damage and keep your Suburban enjoyable to drive.

What is the Strut Assembly?

The strut assembly includes parts that help provide improved handling, support, and shock absorption for your vehicle. A coil spring and shock absorber are the type main components of your strut assemblies, but the shock absorbers on struts are different from your standard 2003 Chevy Suburban shocks. Strut shock absorbers not only have to reduce the amount of vertical movement of your SUV when you hit a bump, they also have to provide vehicle support, which is why strut shock absorbers are much stronger and cannot be replaced with standard shocks.

Suburban Suspension Problems

Your front wheels are equipped with struts, but they will not last forever. Over time, the stress of typical driving will cause the shock absorbers inside the strut assemblies to become worn. You may find that the front wheels feel bumpier, or you could hear knocking sounds from them. If you examine the struts for signs of visible damage, you might see oil leaking from them. These indicate that you need new struts on your Suburban before the bad struts cause more damage.

What Could Bad Struts Do to a Car?

If you continue to drive with bad 2001 Chevy Suburban shocks or struts, you can do more extensive harm to your vehicle. One of the first things that will wear down are the tires. Uneven tire wear could be a sign of bad struts, but if you neglect to replace the struts, you will find that you also need to get new tires sooner than expected. A set of tires is much more expensive than the cost to replace a pair of bad struts. If your struts are still ignored, you could produce drag that can cause harm to both your engine and transmission. Why would you risk these expensive parts because you forgot to change the struts?

How Much Does It Cost to Replace Struts on a Chevy Suburban 1500?

The average cost to replace both front struts on a 2008 Chevy Suburban 1500 costs from $295 to $371, but you can install your own struts for less. If you purchase your struts online at, you will spend less and have the choice of which strut brand you want to install on your Suburban 1500. By putting new struts on your SUV yourself, you also will avoid having to pay your dealer or a mechanic to do the job for you. Why not save money on your struts and save other components of your vehicle from damage when it's so easy?

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