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Fits: 2007 To 2011 Chevrolet, Avalanche, 2Wd/4Wd, V8, Exc. Autoride, 2007 To 2011 Chevrolet, Suburban 1/2 Ton, 2Wd/4Wd, V8, Exc. Autoride, 2007 To 2011 Chev ...

PART# 38107.840

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $584.11
Qty: 4

Fits: 88-99 Chevrolet C1500, 2500 Pickups (1/2, 3/4 Ton) 2WD, 88-99 Chevrolet C3500 Pickups (1Ton, Exc. I beam front axle) 2WD, 88-99 GMC C1500, C2500 Picku ...

PART# GE3667

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $78.78
Qty: Each

Fits: 83-02 Chevrolet S10 Pickup 4WD, 83-02 GMC Jimmy (Incl.. Typhoon) 4WD, 83-02 GMC Jimmy (S series) 2WD, 83-02 GMC S15 Pickup (All) 2WD, 83-02 GMC S15 Pi ...

PART# GE3629

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $76.07
Qty: Each

Fits: 00-06 GMC Yukon XL 1500 (1/2 Ton) (2WD) (Excluding Z55 Autoride Susp. or ZW7 Premium Smooth Ride Susp.), 00-06 GMC Yukon XL 1500 (1/2 Ton) (4WD) (Excl ...

PART# KG54327

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $79.99
Qty: Each

Fits: , 00 Tahoe (2WD) (Old Style), 1999 GMC Sierra, C & R - Series 1/2 Ton (2WD), C1500, 2000 GMC Yukon (2WD) (Old Style), 88-00 GMC Sierra, C & R - Series ...

PART# 565060

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $83.91
Qty: Each

Fits: 67-72 GMC Sierra, C & R - Series 1/2 Ton (2WD), C15, C1500 with Coil Spring, 67-72 GMC Sierra, C & R - Series 3/4 Ton (2WD), C25, C2500 with Coil Spri ...

PART# KG5416

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $62.24
Qty: Each

Fits: 67-72 GMC Sierra, C & R - Series (1 Ton) (2WD), C3500 with 157" WB &11,000lb. Axle, 67-72 Silverado, C & R - Series 1 Ton (2WD), C30 with 157" WB & 11 ...

PART# KG5417

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $48.69
Qty: Each

Fits: 00-01 GMC Yukon XL 2500 (3/4 Ton) (2WD) with Coil Spring Front Susp. (Excluding Z55 Autoride), 00-01 Suburban 3/4 Ton (2WD) C & R Series, 2500 with Co ...

PART# 344402

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $63.75
Qty: Each

Fits: 07-09 Avalanche (2WD/4WD), 1500 (Excluding Electronic Susp. And Premium Smooth Ride Susp.), 07-09 GMC Sierra, C & R - Series 1/2 Ton (2WD), Sierra 150 ...

PART# 551121

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $129.73
Qty: Each

Fits: 00-04 GMC Sierra, C & R - Series 3/4 Ton (2WD), Sierra 2500HD (90 GVW), 00-04 GMC Sierra, K & V - Series (3/4 Ton) (4WD), Sierra 2500HD (90 GVW), 00-0 ...

PART# 344383

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $46.21
Qty: Each

Fits: 1982-2004 Chevrolet Blazer, 1982-2004 Chevrolet S-10, 1982-2004 GMC Jimmy 2WD, 1982-2004 GMC Sonoma, 1988-1998 Chevrolet C1500 Pick Up, 1992-1999 Chev ...

PART# 2000LL-3

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $41.95
Qty: Each

Fits: 2000 GMC Yukon (4WD) 4 Door (Old Style) (Incl. Denali), 2000 Tahoe (4WD) (Old Style), 87-00 GMC Sierra, K & V - Series (1 Ton) (4WD), K3500, 87-00 GMC ...

PART# 565062

Adjustability: Non-Adjustable
Retail: $83.91
Qty: Each

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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of GMC Suburban shocks to ensure that you have every shock option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of GMC Suburban shocks, so that whether you are looking for front GMC Suburban struts or rear shocks, or replacement struts or performance GMC Suburban shocks, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your GMC Suburban shock needs!


Every shock will go bad eventually, so staying on top of their condition will go a long way in keeping your vehicle safe and performing well. If you want to change the handling characteristics, such as making your vehicle ride a bit softer and more luxurious or making it sportier, swapping out the original shocks with more appropriate versions can help make that happen and will transform how it behaves on the road. Sometimes just changing your shocks can make you fall in love with it all over again since it will perform like new.

A worn-out set of struts is not only uncomfortable, it can be downright dangerous, especially in a panic situation. If it's time for a new set of struts or you're looking to change the way your vehicle handles, you should ask yourself what type of driving you enjoy most, and then choose a new set of struts that will complement that style of driving. New struts will give your ride a new lease on life, and will offer you a new level of performance that will help make driving fun again.
Choosing the right shocks can drastically change the ride and handling, so finding the best ones is about much more than price. Some shocks are meant to be simple replacements for your originals (as well as interchange with many other makes and models of vehicles) and will offer a decent ride without much performance to speak of. Other shocks are specifically valved and tuned, sometimes even depending on which particular options the vehicle has installed, which can alter the weight and weight distribution. Obviously, the more research and development that goes into the shock, the more it will cost, but on the flip side you can rest assured that it is engineered to make the most of your vehicle's capabilities.

Upgrading your ride's suspension can do wonders for its handling, and installing a new set of struts is a great way to get a dramatic improvement over your stock setup. Factory struts are usually manufactured to offer a soft ride that will please the masses, but they won't do much for you when you're pushing your ride to its limits. A proper set of struts will meet your performance needs since it will be designed for whatever type of driving you prefer, whether it be cruising the highway, sporty driving, or even full-out racing.
Q: Do shocks come in sets of 4?
A: Struts and shocks are sold individually on our website, but purchasing should always be done in pairs at the minimum (one pair for the front, one for the rear). Most people replace all four shocks/struts at once.

Q: What are struts and shocks? Why buy them?
A: Shock absorbers (shocks) are a device that controls spring motion through dampening. A shock absorber slows down and reduces the vibrations created by imperfections in the roadway. A strut is a shock absorber mounted inside a coil spring that does the same job of dampening. Whether your car uses a strut or shock depends on the factory setup, but both do the same thing and are synonymous in terms of their function. The product listings on our website indicate exactly what is available for your car. Aftermarket struts or shocks are an especially good purchase when lowering your car because they are specially made for optimal performance based on ride height, and can handle the extra stress your suspension will throw at them. Your factory struts or shocks will be out of their "comfort zone" if you lower your car, which causes them to wear down faster and ultimately fail. You can definitely lower your car without replacing the struts/shocks, but they will wear down quickly, and you ride quality will suffer.

Q: How do you install shocks/struts?
A: Shocks are easier to install because there are only two bolts holding in each shock absorber. Struts are a bit more difficult because there is a compressed spring that needs to be removed first. Once the spring has been removed the new strut can be installed with the OEM or aftermarket spring re-installed.

Q: Is there any difference between struts and shocks?
A: Struts/shocks both have the same job by dampening the kinetic energy of suspension travel. Struts perform two jobs: They provide a dampening function like shock absorbers, and they provide structural support for the vehicles suspension. That means that the struts deliver a bit more than shock absorbers, which don't support vehicle weight but control the speed at which weight is transferred in a vehicle. Either way, your options are limited to what is available for your car.

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