Reviewed By Thomas K (Canyon Country, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford Escape —6/20/2017 9:55 PM
One of the shocks I bought had a deep scratch and a nick on the body. This should not be ignored by the quality control. I'm quite disappointed.
Reviewed By James S (Weiser, ID) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Colorado —6/20/2017 8:26 PM
I just bought the truck and found to be able to use a hitch hauler for my dirt bike , I needed airbags otherwise the truck squatted dramatically , they installed easily and I only needed 30 PSI to get the truck level , only thing I wish they had different was a single air fill instead of 2 separate fill fittings , the ride quality with them at minimum (5 PSI) is unaffected , the ride with them inflated (to what i needed) seemed slightly stiffer , but not stiff enough to be uncomfortable
Reviewed By Michael H (SAN ANTONIO, TX) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford F-150 —6/20/2017 8:22 PM
I had a mechanic install these struts, and the labor was much less to install a complete strut. My son and I installed some KYB rear shocks in less than 30 minutes on my pickup. The ride is fantastic. Glad I did all 4. Will be doing a 2003 Sport Trac with KYB. Another mechanic who specializes in lifts and tires - told me KYB were the best shocks and struts and highly recommends them. The price was much better than buying at a local store. Thanks Auto Anything. I'll be back with more service.
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