Reviewed By Robin L (Everett, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Toyota Prius —3/10/2011 11:24 PM
Just make sure your engine is running or it can blow fuses.
Reviewed By Jeff A (Clearwater, FL) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Camry —5/30/2015 6:29 PM
Ordered a set of these Gabriel struts to replace the OEM struts in my 2000 Toyota Camry. I decided after doing some research to go with these over the ready mounts as it seems a lot of people claim the ready mounts have inferior parts. I also wanted to add some Tein lowering springs to give it a 1.5" drop. The Tein's are designed for OEM struts so these should wo fine. Also, with the rebate & coupon code they were ridiculously cheap! I haven't installed them yet so I'm only giving it four stars.
Reviewed By Ed W (Mechanicsville, MD) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Tacoma —3/31/2015 8:22 AM
The compressor is overall just a bit lower than perfect for my uses. I carry it in my vehicle in the event of a flat or low pressure. It works well to add 4 or 5 psi to an under inflated tire, but I would hesitate to try to inflate a flat or nearly flat tire in one use. That is, I'd give the compressor a 5 or 10 minute break to cool down between inflation cycles for anything more than say 5 psi at a time. It heats up pretty quickly. Other than that, it works & looks good, and is quiet.