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I think that my struts on my 98 corolla are totally gone bad cause whenever i hit a bump(or big dips) my car bottoms out....so I was wondering if anyone has some sugestions....Pep boys said 600+ for the rear and 250+ for fronts. Does that sound about right or what?
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Daniel
 

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slowamatic noob
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dlichterman said:
I think that my struts on my 98 corolla are totally gone bad cause whenever i hit a bump(or big dips) my car bottoms out....so I was wondering if anyone has some sugestions....Pep boys said 600+ for the rear and 250+ for fronts. Does that sound about right or what?
Thanks-
Daniel
they are seriously trying to rip you off... :(
 

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ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒ&
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hell, get aftermarket parts...i got a MUCH better price for just struts installed...and they were Tokicos.

i want to say i paid about $300 total.
 

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Pochacco Owns Me
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yeah just get after market and do the work yourself assuming you have all the right tools.
 

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A Poor College Student
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If you get a Haynes or Chilton's manual, it should show you how do everything. Autozone can rent you a spring compressor and other stuff, just call and check. If you can change brakes, this shouldn't be much harder. I'm planning to do it on my Camry....
 
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