Skyjacker® Hydro and Nitro Shocks offer you a high quality shock absorber with true velocity sensitive valving. Shock absorbers control the rate at which suspension springs compress and rebound. As the shock is pushed together, this is called bump or compression. As the shock expands, this is called rebound or extension. Absorbing the shock of bumps and suspension loading is actually performed by the springs in the suspension. The shock's real job is controlling the energy stored in the springs. Improve the ride quality of your stock or lifted vehicle with a set of these Skyjacker shocks. The durable long lasting action of the Skyjacker Nitro and Hydro shocks are designed to automatically adjust to any on or off-road conditions and they are backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
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Have 1997 Chevy Silevrado K1500 Z71 4WD truck with 4" lft will the Skyjacker N8085 and N8086 worrk on a truck with a lft?
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