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Old 11-07-2012, 09:37 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by 1hotfocus View Post
I am oh so confused. Thats one of the issues w/ going w/ a non popular set up.
Confused, yeah I'd be to when you can't get a part. And just think if you had to replace 1 strut cause of acciendent or you say hit the curb or something.
Simply put:

The first links shown show 1 front strut
and 2nd link shows rear shocks.

I understand that rear can be used on either side.

My question is.. for the first link, which side is that strut for? or are both included for that price?

Edit** I am talking about the proamauto links

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Originally Posted by felixthecat View Post
>>>>>A very popular setup is H&R race springs w/ Koni yellow's. Which T/R has.<<<<<<<
Originally Posted by dirtbiker348 View Post
I just called Tire Rack because they didnt answer me on facebook and they said they can't sell the struts and shocks separate nor can they order it. So I called ProAm and they said they dont have them in stock but can order them from Bilstein and it may take about 3 weeks. If anyone wants these i would call a Bilstein retailer unlike Tire Rack and give them the part number to special order bc it seems no one has them in stock.
>>>>There you go<<<< Something to say about popular brands that work, huh.
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