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Old 07-26-2016, 04:18 PM
dij1m dij1m is offline
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Default 2009 Mariner needs struts

I've been told Amazon and RockAuto are probably the best two places to find good assembly struts. eBay too. Anyways, the past day or two I've been busy searching for a pair of front struts for my Mariner. You name the brand, and I've probably seen it. Monroe, KYB, Bilstein to name a few. I also found a brand or two that I had not really heard of like FCS and Sensen. The latter of which I was able to find some struts that might work for me http://apxautoparts.com/sensen-front...-warranty.html. I'm still weighing my options though. If I've missed something let me know.
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