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Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Spring & Strut Assembly

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    Everything you need to upgrade your vehicle’s steering and suspension, the Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Spring & Strut Assembly delivers it all – and saves you the hassle of having to remove dangerous coil springs or rent expensive spring compressors.

    Pre-assembled Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Shocks come complete with the upper strut mount, strut bumper, strut boot, coil spring, spring seat and a high-quality strut equipped with patented G-Force Technology. Providing on-demand control, stability and comfort on any road conditions, G-Force Technology assures your ride quality is at its peak. And since each Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Spring and Strut Assembly is fit- and ride-tested, it cuts your installation time by up to an hour and a half.

    As with all their premium suspension products, Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Struts are equipped with a chromed piston rod to resist corrosion, ensure proper seal lubrication and provide a consistent wear surface. Your Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Spring and Strut Assembly includes a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

    Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Spring & Strut Assembly Customer Reviews

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    3 Customer Reviews

    Looking for Shocks

    Reviewed by David A P (BARTLETT, TN) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Corolla — Tuesday at 6:36 PM

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    I had purchased KYB shocks in June and installed them on my car (front & back). The shocks were too stiff. There was no movement when I hit bumps in the road and it felt like metal to metal contact. I decided to purchase the Gabriel front strut/shock combo. It does ride smoother than the KYB's but I feel it could be a little better. I'm not sure it is equivalent to OEM. The springs might be too stiff on both companies. I would recommend purchasing only shocks using your original springs.

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    Reviewed by David A P (BARTLETT, TN) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Corolla — Tuesday at 6:36 PM

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    I had purchased KYB shocks in June and installed them on my car (front & back). The shocks were too stiff. There was no movement when I hit bumps in the road and it felt like metal to metal contact. I decided to purchase the Gabriel front strut/shock combo. It does ride smoother than the KYB's but I feel it could be a little better. I'm not sure it is equivalent to OEM. The springs might be too stiff on both companies. I would recommend purchasing only shocks using your original springs.

    Looking for Shocks

    Reviewed by David A P (BARTLETT, TN) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Corolla — Tuesday at 6:36 PM

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    I had purchased KYB shocks in June and installed them on my car (front & back). The shocks were too stiff. There was no movement when I hit bumps in the road and it felt like metal to metal contact. I decided to purchase the Gabriel front strut/shock combo. It does ride smoother than the KYB's but I feel it could be a little better. I'm not sure it is equivalent to OEM. The springs might be too stiff on both companies. I would recommend purchasing only shocks using your original springs.

    Looking for Shocks

    Reviewed by David A P (BARTLETT, TN) Reviewed for a 2007 Toyota Corolla — Tuesday at 6:36 PM

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    I had purchased KYB shocks in June and installed them on my car (front & back). The shocks were too stiff. There was no movement when I hit bumps in the road and it felt like metal to metal contact. I decided to purchase the Gabriel front strut/shock combo. It does ride smoother than the KYB's but I feel it could be a little better. I'm not sure it is equivalent to OEM. The springs might be too stiff on both companies. I would recommend purchasing only shocks using your original springs.

    Gabriel Ultra ReadyMount Spring & Strut Assembly

    Reviewed by Thomas P (Shoreline, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Volkswagen Jetta — Dec 30, 2016 11:39 AM

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    Auto Anything was a great in answering questions. Smooth transaction and quick shipping. Great price.

    Certianly Chinese product

    Reviewed by colt g (GRANITE CITY, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 — Oct 27, 2016 3:10 PM

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    The biggest downfall of these struts are the bearing mounts that come with them. They ship with some cheap Chinese bolts(please don't use these crap bolts) installed losely in the mounts. This caused the threaded holes in the monts to break loose from the mounts. I had to glue the threaded inserts back on just to be able to install the struts.... so far for the week they have been installed I don't have any issues but the Koni struts that I replaced were certainly built better than these.

    Certianly Chinese product

    Reviewed by colt g (GRANITE CITY, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 — Oct 27, 2016 3:10 PM

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    The biggest downfall of these struts are the bearing mounts that come with them. They ship with some cheap Chinese bolts(please don't use these crap bolts) installed losely in the mounts. This caused the threaded holes in the monts to break loose from the mounts. I had to glue the threaded inserts back on just to be able to install the struts.... so far for the week they have been installed I don't have any issues but the Koni struts that I replaced were certainly built better than these.

    Certianly Chinese product

    Reviewed by colt g (GRANITE CITY, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 — Oct 27, 2016 3:10 PM

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    The biggest downfall of these struts are the bearing mounts that come with them. They ship with some cheap Chinese bolts(please don't use these crap bolts) installed losely in the mounts. This caused the threaded holes in the monts to break loose from the mounts. I had to glue the threaded inserts back on just to be able to install the struts.... so far for the week they have been installed I don't have any issues but the Koni struts that I replaced were certainly built better than these.

    Certianly Chinese product

    Reviewed by colt g (GRANITE CITY, IL) Reviewed for a 2007 Mazda 3 — Oct 27, 2016 3:10 PM

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    The biggest downfall of these struts are the bearing mounts that come with them. They ship with some cheap Chinese bolts(please don't use these crap bolts) installed losely in the mounts. This caused the threaded holes in the monts to break loose from the mounts. I had to glue the threaded inserts back on just to be able to install the struts.... so far for the week they have been installed I don't have any issues but the Koni struts that I replaced were certainly built better than these.