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Get suspension and shock absorber servicing, repairs and replacements from our mobile service or at our workshop in Rocklea, Brisbane. We are an

For all your trailer servicing and repairs, our friendly staff and experienced mechanics are ready to help you out from our workshop in Rocklea or on site at your business, home or anywhere else in the Brisbane metro area via our mobile servicing vans.

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Mechanics 2 U is an independently owned local business with the backing of a national brand in Repco. As a Repco Authorised Service centre we benefit from ongoing training, access to an existing knowledge base plus the latest bulletins and an extensive spare parts network. We are also backed by Repco's Nationwide Warranty for your peace of mind.

Trailer Services we offer Include:

  • Tyres
  • Electric Brakes
  • Suspension
  • Body rust and damage
  • Lights and other electronics
  • Boat Trailers - brake actuator installation

 

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The Safety Triangle - Stopping, Steering, Stability

Your vehicle's stopping, steering and stability are three interdependent systems which are critical for keeping you, your passengers and your car safe. Together they are labelled 'The Safety Triangle.'

Your car's suspension and shock absorbers play an important role in all three elements of the safety triangle so any problems could severely affect the safety of your vehicle.

If you notice any problems with your suspension or shock absorbers we recommend you call us ASAP to get it looked at.

What are Shock Absorbers?

The role of shock absorbers (aka shockers or shocks) is to dissipate the energy absorbed by the suspension springs when the car goes over a bump or the weight changes such as when cornering, braking or accelerating.

'Struts' are a combination of your suspension springs and your shock absorbers inside them. Another important part is the 'anti sway bar' which spans the width of the axel and joins the opposite sides of the suspension together to provide stability while the car is moving.

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