Shock absorbers are allowed in checked baggage as long as they do not have sealed, compressed gas cylinders or hazardous materials.
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Vehicle airbags are prohibited in both carry-on and checked bags, per FAA hazmat regulations.
If the shock absorbers are sealed with compressed gas, they will not be allowed in checked baggage. Even if a shock absorber is not sealed with compressed gas, if it contains a residue or vapors of oil or gasoline, it is considered a hazardous material and will be removed from checked baggage by the airline.
Car batteries are prohibited in both carry-on and checked baggage, per FAA hazmat regulations.