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Ride not as smooth

I have a 2004 Jeep Liberty with 53,000 miles. I just replaced the tires with the hope of the smoothness of the ride improving. It did not. Should the shocks need replaced this early?

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No, The shocks should last longer than that.Did you have a better ride before.The liberty has a short wheelbase which makes it have bumpy rocking ride.

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Yes..ablsolutley shocks will change the whole ride...and i replaced my dodge ram shocks at 12000 miles from stock..amazing difference in ride comfort and i am still on original tires

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