Reviewed By Javier Z (Charlotte, NC) Reviewed for a 1997 Infiniti I30 —4/24/2018 10:34 PM
I bought a pair of rear struts for my car, the price was low, the shipping free and fast. What else can I ask for? I am really happy with AutoAnything.
Reviewed By Charles V (STATESVILLE, NC) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra —4/24/2018 6:18 PM
1st I will say that the front KYB shocks are 1 to 2 inches shorter then the OEM shocks I replaced. So that means I lost 1 to 2 inches in travel of the front wheels. The ride hight should be the same. This doesn't bother me because my truck is stock and I almost never go off road. I called AutoAnything and they were great. They called the manufacturer of KYB to confirm that I had the correct shocks. The rear shocks were just fine. My truck rides very well with these KYB and I am very pleased.
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