15% OFF EFS SUSPENSION - ENDS 30TH JUNE 2024

EFS is part of an Australian-owned business which has been manufacturing and repairing 4WD suspension since 1962. They have a wide range of shock absorbers, coil springs and leaf springs to suit punishing Australian conditions.

15 percent off efs suspension may and june 2024 

With a 15% discount on EFS Suspension there’s no better time to find the right shocks and springs to prepare your vehicle for some off-road action. We can help find the right components for a suspension lift kit tailored to your 4x4. They have over five thousand products in their range. Most Tyres & More stores have qualified mechanics who can supply and fit EFS suspension upgrades to your 4x4.

EFS Suspension 4x4 Shock Absorber Range

4x4 Suspension - Shock Absorbers

EFS have a wide range of shock absorbers to suit many makes and models of vehicle and the many things you can do with a 4x4.

  • Enforcer Shock Absorbers – A general purpose, entry-level shock absorber which features a 32mm piston.
  • Elite Shock Absorbers – A grade above original equipment shocks, suited to off-road activity. It features a larger body and 35mm piston. That means more oil, less over-heating and less shock fade on long stretches of corrugated roads.
  • XTR Shock Absorbers – Perfect for heavy off-road activities and towing. It has a large shock body with a greater volume of oil and a 40mm piston. If travelling through the outback, due to the hot weather and bumpy roads, a 40mm piston and larger is recommended.
  • X-Treme Shock Absorbers – Heavy duty off-road and heavy duty towing. With mighty 45mm pistons.
  • MRP 2.5 – A fully adjustable shock absorber with a remote reservoir. This top of the range shock absorber can be optimised for the terrain your driving on. Say goodbye to a single setting that's a compromise between on and off-road. Set the MRP 2.5 for highway use for road driving. Then adjust it for off-road use when you hit the dirt.

EFS Suspension 4x4 Coil Springs and Leaf Springs

EFS 4x4 Suspension - Springs

EFS manufacture coil springs using premium spring steel in compliance with international quality standard ISO-9002. The wide range of 4WD springs lets you choose the optimal spring for suspension flex and vehicle weight.

EFS leaf springs are made from high-quality Japanese grade SUP9 and SUP9A alloyed carbon spring steel. Spring are available for comfort or increased load carrying purposes. Tapered leaf ends reduce inter-leaf friction and improve pressure distribution. Bolt clip liners and leaf insert pads reduce friction. EFS springs are available in 30mm to 80mm raised heights.

Why might you need different springs on your 4x4?

You may want to set up your vehicle for off-road. In which case you’re likely to want a bit more ground clearance thanks to raised suspension. You’ll also want longer suspension travel for a bit more suspension flex, to keep your tyres from lifting. Then, it’s worth considering whether your 4x4 is carrying extra weight. Extras like bullbars and canopies weigh hundreds of kilos and necessitate a heavier spring than the factory-fitted ones.

If you’re planning a big trip, perhaps a the big lap of Australia, upgrade your suspension and tyres together, at Tyres & More store, that way you’re ensuring cross-compatibility, so they work together.

Raised suspension and lift kits for 4x4s.

Raised suspension on 4x4 vehicles offers increased ground clearance, allowing them to tackle rough terrain, obstacles, and off-road trails more effectively.

This added clearance helps prevent undercarriage damage and allows for traversing rocks, mud, and uneven surfaces with ease.

Raised suspension also improves approach and departure angles, enhancing the vehicle's off-road capabilities. Overall, raised suspension is an excellent upgrade for 4x4 vehicles to optimize their off-road performance and versatility.

Car Suspension - shock absorbers last 75,000kms.

It's quite easy to tell when shock absorbers need replacing. If your car leans over when cornering, nose-dives when braking, squats when accelerating or bounces too much over bumps it's time for a change. Hit a speed bump or a railway crossing with worn shocks and you could even damage the underside of your car.

Shock absorbers assist braking performance.

Shock absorbers control the way your car's weight shifts under braking and they keep the tyres firmly in contact with the road, absorbing bumps and irregularities. This enables your brakes to work efficiently and reduce your car's stopping distance.

Lowered suspension for cars.

Lowered suspension on cars improves the vehicle's handling and stability by lowering the car's centre of gravity. This results in reduced body roll during cornering, allowing for more precise and responsive steering. Lowered suspension upgrades can also enhance the overall driving experience by providing a sportier and more connected feel to the road.

Additionally, a lower stance can enhance the aesthetics of the vehicle, giving it a sleek and aggressive appearance.

However, it's important to note that lowering suspension too much can lead to a harsher ride and may cause clearance issues with speed bumps and uneven road surfaces.

Quality tyres and suspension for greater control and safety.

Good suspension and tyres provide steering stability, enabling you to drive safely on a variety of road surfaces by putting a downward force on your tyres as they move forward or backward. At the same time, combined with shock absorbers, the suspension is responsible for a comfortable ride for your passengers.

Not all roads are created equal. Due to the many irregularities in our road surfaces, good suspension is a must. 

Shock absorbers form an integral part of your car's suspension, acting as oil pumps to push hydraulic fluid through tiny holes in your car's pistons as it propels forward. The size of the holes limits the volume of hydraulic fluid and this puts pressure on the piston, slowing it down along with the suspension movement. The faster your car's suspension moves, the greater the resistance your shock absorbers provide.

It's the irregularities that cause our suspension systems, and in particular shock absorbers, to wear out and reduce your car's handling and braking performance.

Around 80% of stores have a car mechanic.

Eighty percent of Tyres & More stores have a car mechanic. This allows tyres and more stores to help customers with wheel, tyre and suspension upgrades or replacement. 

Visit or contact your local Tyres & More for more details.