KYB even states on their web site, I believe, that they make them much more stout to make up for a worn out suspension. Thats a poor excuse. You need to correct the worn ball joints, bearings, fittings, and the like if they are bad. If you don't you will ruin your tires, track poorly, and may even be unsafe. An extra hard shock can not make up for that
However if you enjoy a sporting ride then by all means go the KYB route.
Last edited by LucerneOmatic; 09-13-2014 at 10:58 PM.