Shock absorber structure
The shock absorber assembly is composed of a shock absorber, a lower spring pad, a dust cover, a spring, a shock pad, an upper spring pad, a spring seat, a bearing, a top rubber, and a nut.
The shock absorber assembly uses fluid to convert the elastic energy of the spring into heat to optimize the convergence of the vehicle's movement, thereby eliminating the vibration caused by the road surface and improving driving stability, giving the driver a sense of comfort and stability.
The total components of the shock absorber are the front left, front right, rear left, and rear right. The location of the ears (the horns connected to the brake disc) at the bottom of the shock absorber of each part is different. When assembling, be sure to identify which part of the shock absorber assembly. Most of the front shock absorbers in the market are shock absorber assemblies, and the rear shock absorbers are still ordinary shock absorbers.