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Old 06-12-2003, 09:26 AM   #11
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I talked to my mechanic, I can't remember the price, but he used 4 Gabriel struts on my car. Anyone know this brand name?
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monroe sensatrac struts here all the way...before they just had the munroes and they sucked ..
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There are three different choices with the Monroe’* and Sensa-Trac® is good if you stay stock But if you ever lower the car Sensa-Trac® will actually work in reverse of what you want due to there design. This is information I received from the techs at Monroe. So if you ever want to lower your car even 1" use one of the other air ride strut systems by Monroe.

For lowering up to 1” use: Monroe Reflex® or Monro-Matic Plus®

Both can handle up to 1” lowering of the rear air strut.

KYB is the best option but does not have a air ride option and is a stiffer ride.

Monroe is the best deal for the replacement ride.

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