Falk Kohler

The tread is literally wiped away and already it may be 25 percent less mileage of tyres. An expensive pleasure. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Keith Yamashita. Particularly insidious: Dampers and springs wear out gradually, that the driver hardly notice it. Their periodic inspection in the workshop is therefore very important. From 60 000 kilometres should be take shock absorbers and springs every year again and again under the microscope. In the summer, cars often especially long distances travel vacations and frequent trips. In addition, they were also often heavily laden.

The dampers and springs were exposed to so much higher loads. Winter tire change a simultaneous shock absorbers and springs-check is, because the wheels are mounted off then anyway. It was through a Visual inspection to determine conspicuous damage, or through a function test with the appropriate test equipment. If the shock absorbers and springs are not enough powerful, you should change them to avoid dangerous risks. Because even in winter the dampers and springs are claimed very strongly through rain, snow, Frost and road salt.

Higher gas pressure shock absorbers and springs is best in “First equipment quality up to build, providing a new driving experience, greater safety and greater comfort even the largest benefit”, expert Hans-Jurgen link KYB manufacturer recommends. KYB Europe GmbH Kimplerstrasse 336 47807 Krefeld Tel.: 02151-93143-0 fax: 02151-93143-40 E-Mail: kyb-germany photos KYB photo 89 caption: shock absorbers and springs regularly check and replaced, 22 percent of all cars, the shock absorbers are defective photo: KYB editorial: Dr. Falk Kohler photo download 300 dpi-jpg file: presse/kyb/fotos/kyb_foto_89.jpg video download: kyb-germany/videos.html more info: kyb germany sources: 22 percent of all cars driving with defective shock absorbers”: KYB market research 13.3 percent of the cars have defects in the chassis according to TuV report 2011″: TuV Sud KYB (formerly Kayaba) the Japanese company KYB (formerly Kayaba) with European headquarters in Krefeld, Germany is the largest shock absorber manufacturer of the world for cars with $3.8 billion revenue per year, a production of approximately 55 million units and a market share of 25% in the original equipment business, as well as by nearly 20 percent in the spare parts business.