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Now that I've had the timing belt and water pump done, I 'd like to
replace the sluts ..er...struts on my 01 Camry. Does anyone reccommend a
particular brand (?gas?) for a nice smooth ride. Are they the cartridge
type or complete R and R? And whom should I have do 'em?

CP
 
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On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 13:24:07 -0500, Charles Pisano wrote:

> Now that I've had the timing belt and water pump done, I 'd like to
> replace the sluts ..er...struts on my 01 Camry. Does anyone reccommend a
> particular brand (?gas?) for a nice smooth ride. Are they the cartridge
> type or complete R and R? And whom should I have do 'em?
>
> CP


KYB..stiff yet satisfying. Waht year Camry? remember my strut rusting out
on my Celica. KYBs can be had for about $50-70 each.

Anyone but Midas...

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My mechanic carries AC Delco... I like them a lot, even if they are a bit
firmer than OEM's.

"Hachiroku" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 13:24:07 -0500, Charles Pisano wrote:
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>> Now that I've had the timing belt and water pump done, I 'd like to
>> replace the sluts ..er...struts on my 01 Camry. Does anyone reccommend a
>> particular brand (?gas?) for a nice smooth ride. Are they the cartridge
>> type or complete R and R? And whom should I have do 'em?
>>
>> CP

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> KYB..stiff yet satisfying. Waht year Camry? remember my strut rusting out
> on my Celica. KYBs can be had for about $50-70 each.
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In article <[email protected]>,
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>Does anyone reccommend a
>particular brand (?gas?) for a nice smooth ride. Are they the cartridge
>type or complete R and R? And whom should I have do 'em?
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KYBs are what Toyota fit, without dealer tax.
Fronts on my celica were uprated cartridges, rears were uprated units.
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