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.
Let’s talk gaskets – and not just one gasket type either. Given the fact that Fel-Pro and Mahle are the most common aftermarket brands for this kind of thing, it makes sense to check whether they’re ACTUALLY any good.
Bosch brake pads – a favorite for your casual driver. Especially those who are rocking their daily commute with an Asian car. In this post, I break down (heh) the QuietCast product line and compare it to others.
It’s carb time. But I’m not talking about carbohydrates, no – today it’s all about the carburetors. And where there are carbs, there’s Holley and there’s Edelbrock. Let me outline some important differences.
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.
It’s Honda time! A cool brand with an awesome plant in Saitama, Japan. Here are my views on what are the best replacement shocks and struts for several Honda models. If you prefer aftermarket parts, that is.
The Cherokee – an offroad classic with its retro design and monstrous performance. In order to improve that performance, especially on the Great Offroads, you need the proper shocks. Here’s what I think about that.