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Well I ended up buying these type of struts before I found out about DSMtalk.
so what I really want to know have you guys every tried these struts before? I put them on my car but have not yet driven my car since they have been put on due to bent valves and a head rebuild. So when I start my car and take it out will I be sorry?
 

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Im not sure about that particular product, but I did buy some cheaper struts. A set of kyb-gr2's for my VW a while back and they worked great, they just started to give out earlier than I expected. (about 22,000 miles or so they got soft) Oh well,live and learn I guess :rolleyes: .
 

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I have them on my 71 jag, work well but i have 6, 2 in front, 4 in back. Plus the stockers were way past gone, you could push them down with one finger no problem. I think they are good replacements, nothing more.
 

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talontsiawd said:
I have them on my 71 jag, work well but i have 6, 2 in front, 4 in back. Plus the stockers were way past gone, you could push them down with one finger no problem. I think they are good replacements, nothing more.
sorry, never mind. I thought you had gr-2's. Please delete...
 

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their OEM certified,We used em regularly on cars at the shop i worked at.Not bad for the price.I like the KYB's gr-2's way better dough.
 

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They are a good factory replacement strut, made mostly for a comfort ride.
 

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Their not to bad. my g/f has them on her 94 Corsica and it rides alright. depending on how bad your stock shocks were if u will be disappointed or not
 
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