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Question: I would like to purchase a new set of struts/shocks fwd and rear shocks for a 03 4runner sport V8. I would like to get the best shocks for comfort/smoothness possible. For the font, the shock is leaking and I do not know if it is better replace the whole strut or just the […]

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Toyota Echo owners rejoice! KYB has heard your lamentations and has granted you salvation! No longer will you toil in labor replacing your struts, springs and strut mounts individually, a KYB Strut-Plus is available for the 2000-2005 Toyota Echo.  The Toyota Echo Strut-Plus is a quick strut style full suspension replacement that includes a strut, […]

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Shockwarehouse is happy to announce a new complete suspension solution for the 2006-2011 Toyota Yaris.  The KYB Strut Plus is a quick strut style complete strut unit including a high quality spring, KYB Excel-G strut and a mount.  Completely bolt on, the KYB Strut plus has everything you need to quickly and easily replace your […]

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We’re excited to announce new fully assembled “quick struts” for the 2007-2009 Toyota Camry by KYB.  The KYB Strut-Plus is a fully assembled, ready to bolt in full strut with spring and mount for all 2007-2009 Toyota Camrys.  Perfect for do it yourselfers or anyone who wants to fully freshen up their Camry’s suspension while […]

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Nature’s majestic beauty has calmed and inspired men for eons. Whether it’s Thoreau living the simple life on Walden Pond or a simple camping trip with the family, nature beckons us all. And what better way to acquiesce to nature’s invitation than in a long travel Tacoma? It’s not every day you see a long […]

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Model: 2003 Toyota 4RUNNER What is your driving style: Normal Driver Vehicle Setup: Rear Wheel Drive Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts Question: 2WD 4RUNNER,having vibration issues in front end, working my way through replacing parts such as bushings and struts. How do I know shock/strut needs replacing and what type/brand recommended for normal driving. […]

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