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Old 09-06-2019, 01:46 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by DirtyDave View Post
Sure, but you would have been better off going the SVT route in the first place by looking at what you paid for just front struts. Now you still need bearings and tops etc.

It's all direct bolt-on and a better ride
Quick struts come with brand new mounts/bearings it's a Ford part that apparently is defective.
I should have just bought replacement strut cartridges for half the price, and reused the old parts and been done with it.

I have a Fiesta ST this is just get me to work and back car.

Right now I'm not replacing anything I'm just going to live with it. Out of my three cars this one is the least important to me.

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