Reviewed By Anthony P (Menifee, CA) Reviewed for a 1975 Ford F-250 —3/13/2018 10:04 PM
Purchased these for my Ford F-250 and was not disappointed. Only issue is the boot color - Wish you could request a color other than red.
Reviewed By David J (TEMPE, AZ) Reviewed for a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee —3/9/2018 9:48 AM
Intro "white-label" absorbers, so I got what I paid 4 (presumably U know what U want). On a ZJ ('98 Jeep), the lower bushing & mounting pin/bracket do not come pre-installed, so one must have a vice & (2) deep-well sockets or contraption for pressing the assembly (pin/bracket slid into bushing) into the bottom ring. I used WD-40 on a whim, plus vice & sockets, w/ light hammering to center. 2 weeks: working as expected. COI: I was motivated to leave this "Review" by a $10 coupon from SkyJacker.
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