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RE: More struts
>Date: Tue, 26 Aug 1997 08:46:28 -0600
>From: Larry Smeins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: More struts
>The shop that did the repair, the only one out
>there in the boonies, replaced the strut assembly with a strut
>that didn't match the nearly new KYBs that I had in it. I
>significant difference in temperature dependence between the
>whatever they used. When hot the two struts seemed reasonably
>matched but when cold the replacement became rock hard while
>only stiffened slightly. I'm really interested in what brand
>body shop put in and I'll know tonight. If its one of the more
>brands discussed here I'll report tommorrow.
>If you don't care where you are., you ain't lost.
Well, now I know what that strut is. It has an Audi 4 ring symbol and
part number on it. For me, I prefer the KYBs over the stock struts,
based on having one of each on opposite sides of my car. When I was
first introduced to KYBs they were represented as the best shock/strut
per $. I think that is still the case for me. If I were looking at the
best strut, to hell with cost, I'd be buying Bilsteins or Konis.