Question about 1985 GMC K1500
At a certain point in a truck/car's life, the gas that is in the shocks, or the fluid, starts to degrade, or seep away, at which point it is horrendously ineffective at cushioning out those potholes before they reach your rump. It sounds like shock replacement time.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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