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Old 11 Sep 2016, 08:38 am
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Default Same Size?

I'm going to buy new upper & lower silver Mounts. Are the Mounts the same for a manual and automatic?
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Old 11 Sep 2016, 10:01 am
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Default Re: Same Size? support struts

Many manufactures now have (or will have in the near future) only have 2 lower options for all PT Cruisers. The upper is all the same. The only differences is the lower bolt hole size on the large end.

Many retail suppliers are stating that either can be used on most all models?
The small hole can be drilled easily to fit the large bolt.

The best fit and improved or at factory specifications are from OEM are from Anchor.
Anchor will confirm everything on this response.
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