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 Post subject: Monroe vs KYB
Posted: Fri Feb 16, 2024 12:51 am 
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the old AU Falcon war horse needs new shocks all the way around, the standard OEM shocks have lasted 250k (impressive) and i am planning on keeping the car for another 250k, has anyone had any experience with either Monroe or KYB?, how's their longevity? or should i just pay the money and go full Bilstein? not planning on racing but this is called on to be a road trip king quiet often - it see's a lot of highway K's!

 

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Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2024 7:45 pm 
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geometry dash world said:
the old AU Falcon war horse needs new shocks all the way around, the standard OEM shocks have lasted 250k (impressive) and i am planning on keeping the car for another 250k, has anyone had any experience with either Monroe or KYB?, how's their longevity? or should i just pay the money and go full Bilstein? not planning on racing but this is called on to be a road trip king quiet often - it see's a lot of highway K's!

Both are generally well-regarded brands for replacement shocks, offering good value for money and decent performance. They're a solid choice for daily driving and highway cruising, especially if you prioritize comfort over sporty handling.
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 Post subject: Re: Monroe vs KYB
Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2024 8:39 pm 
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geometry dash world said:
the old AU Falcon war horse needs new shocks all the way around, the standard OEM shocks have lasted 250k (impressive) and i am planning on keeping the car for another 250k, has anyone had any experience with either Monroe or KYB?, how's their longevity? or should i just pay the money and go full Bilstein? not planning on racing but this is called on to be a road trip king quiet often - it see's a lot of highway K's!

Both are generally well-regarded brands for replacement shocks, offering good value for money and decent performance. They're a solid choice for daily driving and highway cruising, especially if you prioritize comfort over sporty handling.


Cheers mate, we have a new contender though, I'm thinking of getting Gabriel shocks

 

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