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Old 09 Apr 2010, 02:56 pm
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Default KYB Shocks

I just got my shocks in to day I notice its just the shocks in the box in the online videos i notice they replace the bolts and add some type of ruber spacer in between
those were diffrent car models how about for a PT Cruiser ?

or do i just remove the old one and use that bolt/nut do i need to go buy some shock install kit . hate to take my tires off then find out i need to drive to my local Napa store to buy more stuff
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Old 09 Apr 2010, 03:57 pm
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Default Re: KYB Shocks

I'm trying to remember (it's been a couple years) but you can use the old bolts, nuts and spacers as long as there's nothing wrong with them. Clean them off before using them again.
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