Shop Mercedes E55 AMG Replacement Struts
Someone who buys a Mercedes E55 AMG knows about performance vehicles and knows that only top-quality parts can be used in maintenance. To purchase a vehicle that is able to do what you want, when you want, opt for the Mercedes E55 AMG. It's not surprising that high-end vehicle owners have it right about how to maximize the power of their Mercedes E55 AMG by installing performance-maximizing auto parts. The distinctive charm of a luxurious Mercedes is the epitome of engineering expertise, design and function. Feel great driving in a way you never have and get pleasure any time you leave home if you opt for a nice ride that allows you to have lots of room such as the Mercedes E55 AMG and similar cars. If what you decide to buy is a Mercedes E55 AMG, you should be aware that extreme power is key in this ride, which most likely won't mean great gas mileage. If your car is an expensive one, like the Mercedes E55 AMG, it is important to know that if a part ever malfunctions with this vehicle the repairs are usually high in cost. By enabling your motorist to burn gasoline more completely, performance components make for higher horsepower while cutting excess gasoline usage. Because Mercedes E55 AMG Struts provide both shock absorption in addition to sideways support, they have to be much more voluminous and better-reinforced than a typical shock. One of the most important components of your suspension system is your vehicle's Mercedes E55 AMG Struts, which are shock absorbers mounted inside metal coil springs. Because the Mercedes E55 AMG Struts have so much to do with the vehicle's handling, struts are considered to be imperative safety features. Standard MacPherson type Mercedes E55 AMG Struts swivel side to side with the front wheels, differing from the Chapman variety utilized in the back wheels.
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A strut on your Mercedes E55 AMG is the piece of the suspension system. You can see your strut when you remove the wheel in the front. The strut attaches to the top to the chassis of your Mercedes and at the bottom, it attaches to the wheel knuckle. The strut has a platform for the spring of the car to rest on. The spring controls the bounce and movement of your car as you drive over bumps in the road. If your Mercedes has a rough feel over bumps or has a knocking noise it may be time to inspect your Mercedes strut. The longer you avoid the doing the change the more it can damage your car.
The AMG concept started in 1967. It was an independent engineering company that specialized in high-performance improvements for Mercedes vehicles. Mercedes joined with AMG as a partner in 1999 as controlling partner and completely owned the company in 2005. The AMG name stands for the two Mercedes engineers that started the company and the birthplace of one of them. AMG vehicles typically have more power and better handling while giving a more aggressive style and look. AMG took their modification expertise to a new level in 1986 with the introduction of the AMG Hammer. At the time this vehicle was considered the fastest production sedan available.
What Do You Prefer?
When it is time to change your struts, you have some options. It is best to do your front and your rear shocks and struts together. You can choose to use the same brand that came with your vehicle or you can choose an aftermarket shock and struts. Surprisingly enough many of these aftermarket struts that are available today are better than the originals. With all these options just decide which ones you prefer. If you can afford more you can get an E55 AMG suspension upgrade. These improvements are reported to adapt to the handling requirements of your Mercedes, giving you improved stability and an amazingly smooth ride. These may make your Mercedes feel better than it was when you bought it.
If you decide to change your front struts and shocks in your local repair shop you will very close to a thousand dollars. More than 30%-40% of that cost will be for the labor. With some tools, some extra time, and a couple great videos showing the process you can do the work on your own and save that money. You can also investigate a Mercedes AMG forum to get additional advice or pointers from others that have done the strut replacement too. As for the parts, you can find them at PartsGeek.com. We have struts and shocks for your Mercedes AMG and other Mercedes models too, all at the best price. We have an Arnott air suspension available and others to choose from if you need. We exclusively sell auto parts online. Our prices are low because our overhead is low.
Struts available for the following Mercedes E55 AMG years: 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 06, 05, 04, 03. This part is also sometimes called Mercedes E55 AMG Shock. We stock struts parts for most Mercedes models including GL450, S430, S500, E350, C230, S550, C240, SL500, E500, C300, CLS550, ML350, E320, ML320, Sprinter 2500, C280, C320, CLS500, 190E, E550, 300E, CLA250, GL550, SLK350, CLK350, R350, GLK350, CLK500, 500SL, GL320, ML430, SLK280, C350, 300D, SL55 AMG, ML500, CLK320, Sprinter 3500, S55 AMG and S350.