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Gabriel Guardian ReadyMount Spring & Strut Assembly

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    Just the thought of new springs and struts probably brings to mind a big hit to your budget. That doesn’t have to be the case when you upgrade with the protection and affordable price tag of a Gabriel Guardian ReadyMount Spring & Strut Assembly.

    Delivering safety and strength that won’t break the bank, Gabriel Guardian ReadyMount Shocks are equipped with premium components – including the upper strut mount, strut bumper, strut boot, coil spring and spring seat isolators.

    Gabriel Guardian ReadyMount Struts are built to perform with a list of features that range from conventional disk valving and dynamic proportional damping to all-weather oil and a racing-style bellows dust shield. Your Gabriel ReadyMount Ultra Shocks come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

    Gabriel Guardian ReadyMount Spring & Strut Assembly Customer Reviews

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    2 Customer Reviews

    Installed Quite Easily

    Reviewed by Bret D (WEIMAR, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy HHR — Nov 29, 2016 1:48 PM

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    Con: The struts were a bit scuffed, but by the way they were packaged I am surprised they weren't in worse shape. (They were just flopping around in the box, and had torn partially through the cardboard.) Only one locknut was missing, so I used one of the original nuts. Pro: The strut was a perfect fit, and the ride quality is excellent. There was a section of my country road that that I had to negotiate at 20 MPH. Now I can go 30 through that same section with ease.

    Installed Quite Easily

    Reviewed by Bret D (WEIMAR, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy HHR — Nov 29, 2016 1:48 PM

    Was this review helpful?
    Yes   No

    Con: The struts were a bit scuffed, but by the way they were packaged I am surprised they weren't in worse shape. (They were just flopping around in the box, and had torn partially through the cardboard.) Only one locknut was missing, so I used one of the original nuts. Pro: The strut was a perfect fit, and the ride quality is excellent. There was a section of my country road that that I had to negotiate at 20 MPH. Now I can go 30 through that same section with ease.

    Installed Quite Easily

    Reviewed by Bret D (WEIMAR, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy HHR — Nov 29, 2016 1:48 PM

    Was this review helpful?
    Yes   No

    Con: The struts were a bit scuffed, but by the way they were packaged I am surprised they weren't in worse shape. (They were just flopping around in the box, and had torn partially through the cardboard.) Only one locknut was missing, so I used one of the original nuts. Pro: The strut was a perfect fit, and the ride quality is excellent. There was a section of my country road that that I had to negotiate at 20 MPH. Now I can go 30 through that same section with ease.

    Installed Quite Easily

    Reviewed by Bret D (WEIMAR, TX) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy HHR — Nov 29, 2016 1:48 PM

    Was this review helpful?
    Yes   No

    Con: The struts were a bit scuffed, but by the way they were packaged I am surprised they weren't in worse shape. (They were just flopping around in the box, and had torn partially through the cardboard.) Only one locknut was missing, so I used one of the original nuts. Pro: The strut was a perfect fit, and the ride quality is excellent. There was a section of my country road that that I had to negotiate at 20 MPH. Now I can go 30 through that same section with ease.