Two popular brands that are nevertheless in two completely different leagues. Where do Monroe and Bilstein stand when compared to each other? Here’s a quick, yet informational take on that…
You thought I’d glance over ACDelco? After comparing MOOG and Mevotech parts, it’s time for this quick battle of two leading aftermarket brands. Here’s my top piece of advice for you.
What’s any offroad experience without these two fellas? Once more I’m diving into the world of quality shocks – this time elaborating more on the weak and strong points of Bilstein and Rancho shocks.
I’ve been procrastinating with my Gabriel vs Monroe shocks post, but finally I got to writing it. Here’s a little bit about both brands – shocks with history and good for the daily driver, but definitely not suited for more heated applications.
It’s high time I did a more in-depth analysis of Bilstein’s offroad shocks. I’m starting with three of their most popular absorbers (well, one is a coilover). Here’s all you need to know about the 5100, 5160 and 6112 series.
If you have suspension worries with your Nissan SUV or truck, this post is for you. Check my recommendations among three brands for select models like the Titan, Armada, Xterra and others.
Going back to Honda cars and their aftermarket care…This time it’s all about spark plugs. Which brand should you choose when your OEMs lost their spark? Here’s a hint.
Continuing on my exploration of Toyota aftermarket parts…This time, we’re looking at their braking system. Check my brake pad recommendations for 4 of Toyota’s most popular models.
OEM is OEM, aftermarket is aftermarket. However, with Honda cars – and especially the Accord, there might be some surprises when it comes to the most suitable brake pads. Read and find out why.
This time, I’m looking towards three popular Toyota models – and what spark plugs work the best for them. Keep the gap in mind, check your engines…And read this article for optimal fitment instructions.