Reviewed By Steven A (Endicott, NY) Reviewed for a 2011 Mazda 2 —10/15/2016 2:49 AM
I didn't realize how bad the old shocks were. Rides like new...or better now.
Reviewed By Jeff P (La Vernia, TX) Reviewed for a 1971 Volkswagen Beetle —10/14/2016 8:48 PM
Bottom mounting sleeve was only as wide as the shock mounting point. The one on the shocks I was replacing had about 1/4 inch on either side sticking out, acting as a spacer. I had to cut the extra sleeve off each side of the old shocks and use them. I like the quality and functionality of them once I got the installed.
Reviewed By Tom W (Huntington, NY) Reviewed for a 2010 Nissan Maxima —10/4/2016 11:16 PM
Great portable compressor.. Make sure you read the directions. You can you tube the compressor to get an accurate and proper operation. I'm not going to go into the specs, you can get it on you tube or the product information. This unit does the job in under 2 minutes. It's well made. You get what you pay for. I by passed the cheaper units, I felt any money saved eo u like be lost when you had to replace it for a beter one. Make sure the car is running when you turn the compressor on..