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Old 07-28-2003, 06:49 PM   #11
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I changed mine at 120,000 and bought ACDelco struts. The first set had a great ride and lasted a long time, so I replaced them with the same.
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Thanks for the replies.
I think I'll look around for the KYBs. If I don't like them I can always send the bill to Custom 88.
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I'm running Gabriel as well..... I can't say I'm overly impressed by them. But previous to them I was running .. hehe.. none for around 2 years (completely dead)... but anyways... much nicer ride now.

Next time I'll probably go with stock or Monroe, just to see.. er... feel the difference.
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Thanks for the replies.
I think I'll look around for the KYBs. If I don't like them I can always send the bill to Custom 88.
I think you'll like the KYB'*. I've used them in my former Buick LeSabre as well as my current Olds Royale. They ride and handle far superior to the soft and spongy feel of the stock shocks. With over 50K on them now, they feel as good as the day I got 'em!
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