A1663206813 A1663201413 Front Right Suspension Air Strut W/ADS For Mercedes Benz ML GL Class W166 X166
68320335AA 68253209AA Front Left Air Suspension Strut Shock Absorber For Jeep Grand Cherokee 2016-2020
|Car Make:||Audi Q7 VW Touareg Porsche Cayenne||Shock Absorber:||Gas-Filled|
|Material:||Rubber & Steel||Spring Type:||Air Spring|
|Warranty:||12 Months||Shipping:||DHL,UPS,Fedex,EMS,TNT,by Sea,etc|
automotive air shocks,
air ride shock absorbers
Detailed Product Description
For Audi Q7 VW Touareg Porsche Cayenne Accessories Front Left Air Strut Shock Absorber 7L8616039D
Suitable For: Audi Q7 VW Touareg Porsche Cayenne
Position: Front L
Warranty: 12 months
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An air shock is a type of overlade shock absorber that can be inflated with air to increase the suspension’s load carrying ability.
The suspension is the link between the road and the car body. The job of the suspension is to reduce, as far as possible in a controlled fashion, the vibrations from the wheel and the car body caused by an uneven road or changes of direction. Every attempt must be made to prevent these vibrations from being transmitted to the car body in order to reduce rocking, pitching and diving, avoid swaying, and ensure optimum road contact and traction with minimum slip. The suspension system comprises a range of components, including strut support bearings, springs, shock absorbers, connecting rods (coupling rods), stabilisers, axle supports, wheel bearings, suspension arms (control arms and pull rods), wheel brakes, rims, tyres, final drives and steering.
Shock absorbers and how they work
The shock absorbers reduce and slow down the vibrations from the springs, which is why technically they are correctly referred to as vibration dampers. Vibration dampers convert kinetic energy into thermal energy through fluid friction. This involves the flow of oil being slowed down by the valve passages inside the damper.
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