Reviewed By Ryan L (Huntington Beach, CA) Reviewed for a 2010 Honda Fit —5/17/2016 8:18 PM
Best thing for lowering springs since sliced bread. Although I don't know what sliced bread has to do with lowering springs.
Reviewed By Jonathan M (Norcross, GA) Reviewed for a 2009 Chevy Tahoe —5/26/2016 10:56 AM
2009 Tahoe with 100,000 miles. Very bouncy and handling was pretty poor when I bought used. I put the Gabriel shocks on and made a HUGE difference. Feel and drive is much better. For the price these were fantastic. Regular city driving and highway driving - no hauling.
Reviewed By jennifer r (rockwall, TX) Reviewed for a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse —4/26/2016 2:27 PM
I'm enjoying being able to adjust my ride. For my eclipse, they dont have the dial. You just have to pop the hood and they adjust where the end pops out from the mounting bracket. Seriously though, no words on the instructions, only tiny pictures that sort of tell you what to do providing you can decipher their hieroglyphics.Other than that keep your mounting hardware from the old shocks. The boot bumper from KYB fits into the boot, which for my car made the metal cup unnecessary, use washer