KYB shock absorbers for American classic cars
Updated 1 Jun 2020
KYB Shock Absorbers has been working hard to make it easy for Aussie owners of classic American vehicles to access premium quality aftermarket parts.
Over the years, many American vehicles have found their way onto Australian shores, thanks to enthusiasts doing whatever it takes to get their dream cars inside of their garages.
But this can sometimes come at a cost even past the initial purchasing and importing stage. The owners of these cars are probably all too familiar with the difficulties they can sometimes face when trying to locally source high-quality replacement parts for their pride and joy.
After going to great efforts to get their hands on these vehicles, the last thing they want to do is put anything but top quality parts on them, so there's no room for compromise.
But now, thanks to KYB, Australian owners of many iconic American cars can now get their hands on the highest quality shock absorbers as direct replacement parts!
The KYB range of shock absorbers and struts is rapidly expanding, and now supports a large number of classic American vehicles that are found on Australia’s roads.
Check out the list of current applications below!
The suspension is arguably one of the most important systems on your car. It impacts every aspect of your car, from how well it stops, how well it turns, how well it accelerates and how comfy it is.
So if you’ve got one of these amazing imported classics from the states, there should be no compromise on the quality of parts you upgrade to, should the stock ones fail.
Be sure to check out KYB and keep an eye out as they add even more American applications to their range!
It’s also now never been easier to find the best KYB part for your car. All you need to do is use the KYB Part Finder App, and all the hassle of searching for the correct part is taken care of.
Image credit: KYB Shock Absorbers
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