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Gabriel Ultra Shocks & Struts Reviews

they're not as shinny as the picture, but

Reviewed By Trevor B (BLACKSBURG, VA) Reviewed for a 1990 Ford Probe —10/25/2016 6:46 PM

These are much better than my 26 year old struts in my 1990 ford probe. They were, dare I say, a pleasure to install, aside from the rear ones had the nut for the front ones and vise-versa, and my car no longer thinks it's practicing the five D's of dodgeball.

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KYB Excel-G Shocks & Struts Reviews

Great Service and Great product

Reviewed By Nancy T (SHREWSBURY, MA) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Accord —10/24/2016 4:25 PM

These shocks were shipped promptly and packaged safely. Easy to do business with. Thank you

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SenSen Shocks & Struts Reviews

SenSen Shocks & Struts

Reviewed By Steven P (SAN TAN VALLEY, AZ) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —10/15/2016 7:39 AM

Great parts for my F150 Truck, completely pleased

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  • Feb


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    KYB vs. Monroe Shocks: Which Suspension Brand is Best for Your Ride

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  • Feb


    KYB vs. Gabriel Shocks: Which Brand is Right for Your Ride?

    Find out which suspension brand is best suited for your ride when AutoAnything compares two of the biggest names in shocks and struts – KYB vs. Gabriel.

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    Read & Discuss Shocks & Struts Reviews and Customer Ratings

    Know before you buy! Read customer reviews about Shocks & Struts or ask our Product Experts.

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    The Cost of Shocks - The Best Ways to Save when Buying Shocks

    Just like hot air balloons, the crime rate and gasoline, the price of shocks always seems to be going up, up, up. But never fear , with a few tips and tricks up your sleeve and a some shocking, er, shopping around, you can cut the cost shocks dramatically.