Shocks play a critical role in the performance of your Dodge Ram 1500 2WD. The truth is, whether your shocks are old or new, upgrading from the factory originals to a quality aftermarket version will pay great benefits in the way your truck handles. It doesn’t matter if you only drive around town in your truck, use it for hauling, or do a lot of off-road adventuring. A good set of aftermarket shocks will make a big difference in driving performance. Let’s review 5 of the best shock absorbers for your Dodge Ram 1500 2WD.
The Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD is one tough truck. It hauls trailers, heavy loads, and gets you there and back again regardless of road conditions. The best aftermarket shocks for your Silverado 2500HD can improve the ride quality, handling, and make towing or hauling more enjoyable. Picking the right shocks is a challenge because of the numerous products on the market.
When the Jeep Wrangler JK rolled off the assembly line in Toledo, Ohio, it came equipped with some great features. Its engine is powerful, the suspension system is top notch, and it has a set of performance grade tires. What it doesn’t have is an exhaust system designed for the rugged terrain that many jeeps are driven over during their lifetime. Installing a good aftermarket exhaust system on your Jeep Wrangler JK is one of the smartest upgrades that you can do. In this review we will examine five of the best exhaust system upgrades for the Jeep Wrangler JK.
When your Cummins 6.7 diesel equipped truck rolls off the assembly line, it does so with an air intake system that’s major goal is to deliver a quieter ride. This is accomplished by using baffles to restrict and slow down the flow of air into the combustion chamber.
In searching for the best exhaust system for your Nissan Titan pickup, there are many systems to choose from and several different manufacturers of those systems. In this review, we will compare some of the exhaust systems that we feel are the best on the market.
You may have a lead foot, or maybe you are just out for a pleasant drive. It’s easy to get distracted by something like your cell phone, the scenery, or a conversation with a passenger, and the next thing you know, you get caught exceeding the speed limit.
Cummins engines have been an option in Dodge RAM pickups since 1989. They are a strong, reliable engine that will perform well year after year. But like every other engine out there, there is always room for improvement.
As people search for ways to improve the performance of their V-6 Camaros, perhaps one of the easiest modifications to make is to add a cold air intake. Cold air intakes are relatively inexpensive and much easier to install than other engine modifications.
When your Dodge Ram HEMI rolled off of the assembly line in Warren, Michigan or Saltillo, Mexico, it was already a powerful truck. But just like many other stock high-performance vehicles, there is always room for improvement. One of the best ways to improve the performance of the Ram HEMI is to replace the factory-installed stock exhaust system with a better performing aftermarket system. This review will look at six of the best exhaust system upgrades for the Dodge 1500 HEMI.
The Jeep JK, or Wrangler, has always been known to have weak and problematic ball joints. Due to the “nature of the beast”, Jeep ball joints are vulnerable to premature wear. The original equipment ball joints were designed with synthetic linings, which are very susceptible to damage from dirt and dust.