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Audi A6 Shocks - Front and Rear Audi A6 Shock Set  - 2WD Sedan
Audi A6 Shocks and Struts - 1998-01 - 2WD Sedan - Front and Rear Set
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Note: This kit does NOT fit vehicles equipped with aftermarket sport springs (i.e. H&R, Eibach). Click Here For Fitment Specifics.

BLAUŽ Audi A6 Shocks Feature:
  • OEM Quality Guaranteed
  • Better Ride Quality Than Stock
  • Mos2 Filled Dampening Fluid That Reduces Wear and Extends Shock Life
  • Nitrogen Gas Filled Yields Great Dampening Characteristics and Less Vehicle Body Roll
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
BLAUŽ Audi A6 Strut Shock Absorber Set for 2WD Sedan Models Includes:
  • 2 Front Strut Assemblies
  • 2 Rear Shock Absorbers
Why are Blausport Audi A6 shocks your best choice?
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Vehicle Applications:
A6 Sedan - Non-Quattro w/ 2.8L 6 Cylinder 30 Valve Engine
Technical Information:
Customers in need of Audi A6 shock replacement often notice a soft spongy ride feeling around 90,000 miles. Although this soft feel may not seem that bad, it indicates that your Audi A6 shocks have already begun to loose their ability to dampen. Our own experience has shown that between 90,000-130,000 miles you'll begin to see a considerable deterioration in your Audi ride quality. When going over a bump a good Audi A6 shock should compress and spring up / rebound only once. Whereas, a worn out Audi A6 shock compresses and rebounds several times, causing a bouncy springiness. Due to this loss in dampening performance a worn out Audi shock begins to significantly increase the wear on the related suspension components (control arm bushings, mounts etc.) quickly reducing their service life. Why? To reiterate... instead of 1 compression, the shock is compressing 3 or 4 times before it brings the wheel back into control. Customers seem to stretch their Audi A6 shock replacement out a little longer than other scheduled maintenance items. Do you really want to run the risk of wearing other suspension components or your whole front end? As you can see, it's very important to install a fresh new pair of shocks in your Audi A6 when you reach this high mileage.

This spongy feeling and slow bump recovery time is one of the first signs that you're in need of new shocks. Other symptoms include bald patches on your tires, tire cupping, excessive strut oil seepage, vehicle pulling, poor steering response, or sharp knocks, such as when going over railroad tracks. It can be a difficult task for some to diagnose front end problems on these Audi A6 suspensions. We recommend automotive technicians that are familiar with your Audi A6 front suspension should troubleshoot and repair it.