Reviewed By James H (Owings Mills, MD) Reviewed for a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee —7/13/2018 8:25 PM
Just the look I was looking for. I have 22s on my jeep and they lower it just enough.
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Reviewed By Debra W (GAINESVILLE, FL) Reviewed for a 2001 Chrysler LHS —7/13/2018 2:55 AM
Strut assemblies were easy to install, the front in under 45 minutes per side, the rears because of the vehicles design were considerably longer but planned for. (I am a former field service engineer/tech. for Chrysler) The assemblies were properly aligned so no upper mounting plate adjustments for mounting bolt alignment was necessary which saved time and assisted ease of installation. So far the ride quality is like new and cornering/handling is excellent.
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