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Old 01-28-2010, 10:30 AM   #1
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Good morning everyone.

I am about to have the struts and strut mounts changed on my 2002 SE. I have been pricing this out and have been given estimates for just the struts, mounts & alignment. Then, I have been given estimates on the new monroe quick struts (strut, mount & spring) Can anyone tell me if it is worth doing the quick struts? When is it recommended for the springs to be changed? Is it necessary to bother changing the springs or should I just change the struts and mounts?

Any help and advice you can provide is greatly appreciated.

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