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    SUZUKI JIMNY GEN 3 - SN413 / JA/JB33 98 ON REAR TECHNOMATIC

    R 517.50
    Item Number: G45902
    Availability: In stock

    The Gabriel Technomatic Series offers an extensive range of robust and genuine South African shock absorbers, spring seat shock absorbers, MacPherson struts and MacPherson cartridges for today’s passenger cars. Station wagons, MPV and LCV applications for use on both tar and gravel road surfaces. Providing a firm yet comfortable ride with a fast response time, the Gabriel Technomatic Series and its Gabriel warranty delivers up to its historical South African pedigree and provides for total driving peace of mind.

    Gabriel® TECHNOMATIC™

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    Advantages:

    • Ø27 and Ø32 Bore working cylinder
    • High temperature oil that can operate up to 120ºC
    • Hydraulic and low pressure gas units
    • Multi lip rod seals
    • NBR rod and PTFE piston seals
    • Sintered metal rod guides
    • Strike plate bump stop support
    • Gabriel 3 year warranty

    Benefits:

    • Oil and nitrogen gas infused for quicker response times, greater vehicle control and ultimate ride comfort*
    • Specifically designed to give the driver a firmer and more responsive driving experience both on tar and gravel road surfaces
    • The high temperature oil to prevent foaming
    • Multi lip rod seals for better sealing thereby increasing shock absorber life
    • PTFE piston band for reduced friction and wear thereby also increasing shock absorber life
    • Rust inhibiting finish applied to shaft (chrome plated & trication of zinc phosphate)
    • Manufactured locally to the highest quality standards using premium quality components
    • Gabriel 3 year warranty

    Used For:

    • Sedans, hatchbacks

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    Risks of worn shocks

    Drivers have a tendency not to notice when their shocks wear out

    This change happens gradually over a period of time and drivers gradually adjust their driving to compensate for the extra roll or bounce.

    A worn shock will reduce the driver’s ability to control the vehicle.

    Gabriel recommends that you replace your shocks every 60 000 kilometers. When last did you check yours?

    Loss of road handling

    Worn shocks can cause excessive spring movement of the vehicle, making the vehicle difficult to handle. Worn shocks also affect brake control, reduce the efficiency of Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS) and Electronic Stability Control (ESP) and can cause the car to sway dangerously.

    Shock absorbers that are in good a condition are not only a necessity for proper car handling, but become especially important in emergency manoeuvres. Worn shocks won’t keep your wheels in contact with the road, no matter how new your tyres are. On wet roads, even with good tyres, worn shocks can cause the tyres to bounce and loose grip. At best, road handling is poor in wet weather.

    Worn shocks require a longer stopping distance and also mean less control when cornering or caught in a cross wind.

    Wear and tear on other parts

    A worn or damaged shock absorber can cause tyre wear and damage to the suspension. Worn shocks cause the tyre to bounce, creating worn or bald spots, which accelerate tyre wear and reduce tyre life.

    Excessive spring movement on the vehicle will not only make the vehicle more difficult to handle but can also cause suspension and steering components to wear-out more quickly because of the extra movement to the suspension.

    Poor ride comfort

    Good shocks not only enhance safety and performance but also comfort by providing a smoother ride. A road surface isn’t smooth and the wheels of a vehicle are inclined to bounce over the bumps. Shock absorbers dampen the road shock and prevent the wheels bouncing by keeping the tyre in contact with the road surface under all conditions.

    With worn shocks you will experience a vibrating steering wheel, excessive veering in side winds and a bouncy suspension. When a car’s shocks are worn, the driver needs to concentrate more on keeping the car on the road

    Testing Your Shocks

     

    Roadholding Signs

    1. See-sawing after braking
    2. Steering wheel vibrates
    3. Car nose dives when braking
    4. Increased radius on bends and corners, car does not hug the road on bends
    5. Car veers excessively in side winds
    6. Excessive bounce on rough surfaces

    Physical Inspection

    1. Leaking fluid / caked-on dirt with oily patches
    2. Dents and deformation
    3. Bald patches on tires

    The Bounce Test

    1. Take each corner of the vehicle and push down hard
    2. The corner should drop, rise and settle again
    3. If the body continues to move up and down, there is a good chance your shocks need replacing

    Professional Gabriel Shock Test

    A professional shock test takes just a few minutes and can be done at most major fitment centres. This will provide a thorough inspection of the vehicle’s ride control.

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    The Gabriel Technomatic Series offers an extensive range of robust and genuine South African shock absorbers, spring seat shock absorbers, MacPherson struts and MacPherson cartridges for today’s passenger cars. Station wagons, MPV and LCV applications for use on both tar and gravel road surfaces. Providing a firm yet comfortable ride with a fast response time, the Gabriel Technomatic Series and its Gabriel warranty delivers up to its historical South African pedigree and provides for total driving peace of mind.

    Products specifications
    Sub Category SHOCKS
    Product Group UTILITY SHOCKS
    Brand GABRIEL
    Sub Brand TECHNOMATIC