New Delivery from a Leading Shock Absorber Manufacturer!

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    In the ever-evolving automotive component industry, our commitment to providing high-quality products remains unwavering. We are excited to announce the recent shipment of 100% tested shock absorbers for Toyota and Lexus models, now available for our customers’ business. Our state-of-the-art shock absorbers deliver these benefits at an extraordinary level, promising a more responsive and comfortable driving experience for the end users.

    For our wholesalers and dealers, this shipment represents an exciting opportunity to provide their customers with top-tier, dependable products. Our shock absorbers not only meet industry standards but often exceed them. This commitment to quality ensures that our products can help differentiate your offerings in a highly competitive market.

    Various Models from GDST Shock Absorber Manufacturer

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    KYB No.: 339183

    OE No.: 48510-09N10

    Car Model: LEXUS ES350 2009-2011, TOYOTA AVALON 2006-2010, TOYOTA CAMRY SE 2007-2009

    Position: Front Axle Right

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

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    KYB No.: 339184

    OE No.: 48520-09F60

    Car Model: LEXUS ES350 2009-2011, TOYOTA AVALON 2006-2010, TOYOTA CAMRY SE 2007-2009

    Position: Front Axle Left

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.: 235904 334399

    OE No.: 48510-48110, 48510-48071, 48510-49285, 48510-49435, 48510-49455, 48510-49565, 48510-49655.

    Car Model: Lexus RX (U3) 2003/02-2008/12

    Position: Front Axle Right

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.: 334400

    OE No.: 48520-48110 48520-48071 48520-48100 48520-49285 48520-49435 48520-49455 48520-49545 48520-49565 48520-49655

    Car Model: Lexus RX (U3) 300 (MCU35_) 2003-2008, RX (U3) 330 (MCU38_) 2003-2006, RX (U3) 330 AWD 2003-2008, RX (U3) 350 (GSU30_) 2006-2008, RX (U3) 350 AWD (GSU35_) 2006-2008, HIGHLANDER / KLUGER (U2) 3.3 V6 4WD (MCU28_) 2003-2007

    Position: Front Axle Left

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.:334450

    OE No.: 48510-A9320, 48510-09861, 48510-A9230, 48510-02321, 48510-AB031.

    Car Model: TOYOTA Corolla 2003-2008

    Position: Front Axle Right

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.: 334451

    OE No.: 48520-A9180, 48520-02321, 48520-09711, 48520-A9150, 48520-AB031

    Car Model: TOYOTA Corolla 2003-2008

    Position: Front Axle Left

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.:335070

    OE No.: 48530-09K90

    Car Model: TOYOTA CAMRY SE 2007-2009

    Position: Rear Axle Right

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.: 335071

    OE No.: 48540-09680

    Car Model: TOYOTA CAMRY SE 2007-2009

    Position: Rear Axle Left

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.: 334394

    OE No.: 48530-48230, 48530-48160, 48530-48170, 48530-48180, 48530-49315, 48530-49325, 48530-49335, 48530-49555, A0943-14865, 48530-48160, 48530-48170, 48530-48180, 48530-48230, 48530-49315, 48530-49325, 48530-49335, 48530-49555

    Car Model: Lexus RX (U3) 300 (MCU35_) 2003-2008, RX (U3) 300 (MCU35_) 2003-2008; Toyota HIGHLANDER / KLUGER (U2) 3.3 V6 4WD (MCU28_) 2003-2007

    Position: Rear Axle Right

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.: 334395

    OE No.: 48540-48230 48530-48100 48530-49215 48540-48160 48540-48170 48540-48180 48540-48230 48540-49205 48540-49215 48540-49225 48540-49295 A0943-14866 48530-48100 48530-49215 48540-48160 48540-48170 48540-48180 48540-49205 48540-49215 48540-49225 48540-49295

    Car Model: Lexus RX (U3) 300 (MCU35_) 2003-2008, RX (U3) 350 AWD (GSU35_) 2006-2008; Toyota HIGHLANDER / KLUGER (U2) 3.3 V6 4WD (MCU28_) 2003-2007

    Position: Rear Axle Left

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    shock absorber manufacturer
    KYB No.: 344612

    OE No.: 48530-A9560 48530-A9160 48530-A9440

    Car Model: PONTIAC VIBE FWD 2003-2006; TOYOTA COROLLA 2003-2008, TOYOTA MATRIX FWD 2003-2008

    Position: Rear Axle

    Damper Type: Gas Pressure

    Damper Construction: Suspension Strut

    Damper System: Twin-Tube

    How to Choose the Right Shock Absorbers?

    Choosing the right shock absorbers based on your vehicle type and driving habits is vital for a comfortable and safe driving experience. Here are some key points to consider:

    • Vehicle Type: Different types of vehicles demand different types of shock absorbers. For example, a compact car like a Toyota Corolla might use standard or gas-filled shocks for a comfortable city drive, while a heavy-duty SUV like the Toyota Land Cruiser may require off-road or heavy-duty shock absorbers to endure tougher terrains and loads.
    • Driving Habits: If you frequently drive on smooth highways, standard shock absorbers might suffice. However, if your driving routine involves more off-road paths or heavy loads, you might want to consider heavy-duty or off-road shocks. For a high-performance driving style on a vehicle like the Toyota Supra, performance shock absorbers would be more appropriate.
    • Comfort vs. Performance: Standard shocks offer more comfort as they allow for more movement, which absorbs the road’s bumps. On the other hand, performance shocks are stiffer, providing better handling and stability at the expense of some ride comfort.
    • Environment: If you live in an area with harsh weather conditions, such as heavy rain, snow, or dirt roads, investing in shocks that are robust and have a protective shield for the piston rod can be beneficial.
    • Budget: While it might be tempting to opt for the cheapest option, it’s essential to remember that shock absorbers play a crucial role in your vehicle’s safety and comfort. Therefore, it’s a wise investment to choose high-quality shocks that are durable and provide good performance.

    The Time of Shock Absorber Maintenance and Replacement

    Routine maintenance and timely replacement of shock absorbers are essential for the safety and performance of your vehicle. Here are several key points and signs that indicate it might be time for shock absorber maintenance or replacement:

    • Mileage: Generally, it’s recommended to inspect your shock absorbers every 50,000 to 100,000 miles. However, this can vary based on the vehicle’s make and model, driving conditions, and driving habits. Always refer to your vehicle owner’s manual for specific recommendations.
    • Vehicle Handling: If your car tends to sway or lean excessively when turning or changing lanes, or if you notice the front end of the vehicle diving when braking, it might be a sign that your shocks are wearing out.
    • Ride Quality: A noticeably rougher ride or increased bouncing over bumps or uneven roads can be a symptom of worn shock absorbers.
    • Tire Wear: Uneven or abnormal tire wear patterns often suggest that your shock absorbers are not keeping the tires in consistent contact with the road.
    • Visual Inspection: Leaks, corrosion, damage to the shock body, or worn bushings can all be signs that your shocks may need replacing. Also, if you notice your car sitting lower than usual, particularly at the front or rear, this could suggest worn-out shocks.
    • Noise: If you hear rattling or knocking sounds when driving over bumps or potholes, it’s likely that your shocks are not functioning properly and should be inspected.

    In conclusion, with over 20 years of expertise, GDST Shock Absorber is a trusted name in the industry, renowned for high-quality and competitive price shock absorbers with more than 4000models, exporting to Europe, South America, North America, the Middle East, Africa, and over 80 countries.

    Welcome you to visit our web: www.gdstauto.com, joining us as a dealer or wholesaler, and together, we can provide high-performance, quality-assured shock absorbers that meet the varied needs of your clientele.

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    Eric Ding

    Hi, I'm Eric, the founder of GDST Auto Parts, a family-run business, and we are a professional suspension parts manufacturer in China.
    With 20 years' experience of production and sales, we have worked with 150+ clients from 80+ countries.
    I'm writing this article to share some knowledge about suspension parts with you.

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