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- Support your suspension right with KYB Shock & Strut Mounting Components
- Everything you need from bushings to bearings to boots and more
- Strut mounts optimize suspension and steering performance
- Mount bearings provide smoother steering and help retain front-end alignment
- Strut boots and bumpers keep leak-causing contaminants away from polished strut shafts
- All KYB components are built to meet or exceed OEM quality, fit and finish
- Your KYB Shock & Strut Mounting Components are backed by a 1-year warranty
There’s a good chance you could spend your hard-earned time and money replacing shocks and struts, and still end up with a vehicle that’s squeaking and squawking down the road. That’s because even the best shocks and struts need the right components to do their job. So mount your suspension upgrade right with KYB Shock & Strut Mounting Components.
KYB Mounting Components cover anything and everything you could possibly need to mount your new shocks and struts. From KYB strut mounts and shock mounts, to KYB bushings, bearings and boots, each and every piece is built to meet or exceed OEM quality, fit and finish.
Quality KYB components reduce road noise and vibrations while optimizing suspension and steering performance. And along with the boosted suspension performance, KYB backs your Shock & Strut Mounting Components with a 1-year warranty.
KYB Shock & Strut Mounting Components Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Guillermo M (Corpus Christi, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Mazda 5 — Oct 02, 2017 9:06 PM
Easy to install and Auto Anything was able to price match from our local AutoZone store.
Reviewed by Joseph B (SOPHIA, NC) Reviewed for a 2007 Dodge Ram — Jun 06, 2017 9:08 AM
The lower strut mount bushings and hardware fit just like the oem. The installation of the bushings is not an easy task. The bushings have to be pressed out of the Control and back in. That part is for the advanced mechanic. The rest of the job was ok.