Strut-Mate Strut Mounting Kit
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Monroe Strut-Mate Strut Mounting Kit

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Monroe® Strut-Mate® mounting kits are direct fit replacements designed to complement the ride control characteristics of Monroe® struts. In addition, our full line will provide you with late model original equipment coverage. When doing strut replacements, it is important to do the complete job. This means not only replacing the struts but also inspecting and replacing worn strut mounts. Remember, worn strut mounts can adversely affect a vehicle's safety and handling. Not only are strut mounts a necessary component of the suspension system, they consist of rubber to metal bonded parts that wear out over time as well. Worn bearings may also cause noise, steering binding, vibration and vehicle pull. Strut-Mate® mounting kits can include (as applicable by OE design): Strut Mount, Bearing, Upper Spring Isolator, Lower Spring Isolator, or Upper Spring Seat.

Product Features:
  • Replacing all your worn strut components ensures a complete repair
  • High-Quality premium strut components
  • Engineered for superior fit and performance
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MonroeStrut-Mate Strut Mounting Kit
 
5.0

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5.0

Good Product. Would recommend!

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small Cars

    Comments about Monroe Strut-Mate Strut Mounting Kit:

    I replaced my rear struts on a Toyota Corolla with Monroe Sensa Trac Struts. One of the rear stut mounts was making a noise when I replaced the old KYB strut with the Monroe. This product fixed the issue and what I discovered that this product is better engineered than the OEM model.

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    • Auto Enthusiast, Casual Driver, Mechanic

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      Um, why would this go bad?
      Asked on 3/4/2011 by Anita Drink from NW Indiana

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        A:

        The experts and anyone else who knows shocks and struts, recommend replacing your shocks or struts about every 50,000 miles. You can't really see when your shocks or struts have gone bad. But over time, shocks and struts do start to go bad and really starts to become a safety issue as bad or worn out shocks and struts effect your steering accuracy, stopping power, and stability control. Shocks and struts simply wear out over time.

        Answered on 5/9/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
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