Carrying all the stuff you can pick up in Fallout 76 can become quite cumbersome and getting attacked while you're barely able to move isn't ideal. If you've found yourself a power armor, mods like the calibrated shocks can get you out of those situations.
Here's what we know about how to get calibrated shocks in Fallout 76.
Fallout 76 Calibrated Shocks
Calibrated shocks are a power armor leg mod that add 50 carry weight when equipped, potentially increasing total carry weight by 100. The main way of acquiring them in Fallout 76 is by crafting them yourself. Before you get to actually making the mod, make sure a power armor frame with the desired piece is installed at a power armor station of your choosing.
The costs for crafting calibrated shocks vary depending on the type of power armor you're making them for. Thus, you'll need the following items:
- Raider Power Armor: 2 Adhesive, 4 Aluminium, 3 Fiberglass
- T-45 Power Armor: 2 Adhesive, 5 Aluminium, 4 Fiberglass
- T-51: 3 Adhesive, 6 Aluminium, 4 Fiberglass
- T-60: 4 Adhesive, 7 Aluminium, 5 Fiberglass
- X-01: 4 Adhesive, 8 Aluminium, 6 Fiberglass
If crafting isn't your thing but would still like to increase your carry weight in Fallout 76 by getting yourself some calibrated shocks, all hope is not lost. You can purchase the T-51 variant of the mod from the Atom Cats garage, while the T-60 version can be bought from the Brotherhood of Steel vendor bot.