who wants Bilstein HDs
b.m.benz at prodigy.net
Thu Jun 20 13:38:15 EDT 2002
> From: "Derek Pulvino" <dbpulvino at hotmail.com>
> To me (my disclaimer) replacing strut bearings makes sense, especially if
> there's unknown mileage or there's clunking. The only reason I can think of
> to change the mount is so as to replace the rubber bushing at the top
> especially at the price (I think $100 per side?).
> Just my opinion.
> Derek "man I'm starting to sound a lot like BB" Pulvino
You're not yet a full fledged member of the DFI if IAB club yet, but keep
Why would anyone, excepting for hire wrenches, recommend replacing the upper
strut bearings when they are so easly cleaned and relubed? Further, price
shouldn't be a factor in replacement or not, the Q is: Is it broke or not?
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