Did King shocks go out of business?

According to information in BBB files, it appears that this business is no longer in business.

Which is better fox or King shocks?

Fox oil offers substantially better lubrication across a wide range of temperatures based on the manufacturer ratings. Viscosity index (VI) is a measure of how much the damping will fade due to heat. Fox’s VI of 370 is very high and provides exceptional performance. King’s VI of 150 is an average rating.

How often should I rebuild my King shocks?

A complete shock rebuild is recommended every 1,000 miles for off-road race applications.

Where are King shocks manufactured?

Garden Grove, California
All parts used in our products are machined in house at our Garden Grove, California facility from billet alloy materials on precision equipment to exacting standards and hand assembled by our trained technicians.

Are King shocks Rebuildable?

If you choose to do your own maintenance, all of our shocks are serviceable with our fully stocked rebuild kits that contain all necessary original parts. All King shocks are easily adjustable by anyone with simple tools and an understanding of shock construction and valving.

Where are King shocks made?

How much does it cost to rebuild King shocks?

around $600-$700/
King Shock Rebuild Request Average cost is around $600-$700/set of shocks assuming no substantial parts are needed (reservoir assembly, shafts, etc.). It’s not uncommon to need rear shafts on shocks that have been neglected but 90% of our rebuilds are seals, oil and a couple bearings.

Who is the owner of King shocks?

Brett King
“We at King Shocks are extremely excited about the upcoming Laughlin Desert Classic,” said Brett King, owner and president of King Shocks. “It is the culmination of 25 years of worldwide race competition that has brought us to the forefront in off-road shock technology.

How much is it to rebuild King shocks?

How much does it cost to rebuild a shock?

The cost to replace shocks is going to be slightly less than struts since they are generally not as complicated as struts. The average total cost to replace a pair of shocks will run about $250 to $580. An individual shock absorber will cost around $50 to $140 so parts alone will set you back between $100 and $280.