Shocks and Struts

Does your vehicle struggle and sway with turns? Are your tires wearing unevenly? Shocks and struts are critical components of your vehicle’s suspension system, affecting how it handles and your overall safety, and they should be replaced around every 50,000 miles. Both shock absorbers and struts should be checked on a regular basis and should be replaced when they wear out. Our technicians will inspect your suspension system and repair and replace any worn-out components.

Shocks and Struts

Customers Love Our Service

“I have five cars. This is the only place I have them serviced. When I first moved here, my car broke down twice over a weekend, different issues. They were very reasonably priced, did a great job, gave me options to fit my wallet, and were honest. I’m not a mechanic, but I do work on cars. They’ve been very close to what I think a problem is and typically match what I think the cost should be. On several occasions they’ve come back under the estimate. Only honest mechanics will do that.”

-Romell Short, Rainbow Muffler & Brake – Maple Heights and Northfield Rd.

“To find a shop that is honest about what really needs fixed on your car is almost impossible to find. These guys tell you how it is, what’s best for you to keep your family safe on the road. Most mechanics will try to get you to at least spend some of your money so that you didn’t waste their time, even if it means you will be putting your loved ones in danger on the road. These guys keep you safe and are reasonably priced!”

-Christina, Rainbow Muffler & Brake – Maple Heights and Northfield Rd.

“Honest and upfront. Hardworking. Decent prices.”

-Sandy, Rainbow Muffler & Brake – Nottingham

Locations offering Shocks & Struts Service

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