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    Installed Monroe SensaTracs

    Just up front though, the rear is doing fine.

    I just feel maybe they need to be "broken in" as they ride a little rougher than I thought they would considering the otherwise stock suspension.

    Perhaps it has to do with the fact that the original driver side strut insert wasn't even screwed in - it was free to move independent of the strut - that's why it was clunking so loudly before.

    While I was under there, I also noticed that I will be needing new upper and lower control arms and sway bar links - the ball joint boots were completely shot on ALL of them.

    Fun fun fun...



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    Re: Installed Monroe SensaTracs

    Check ebay for the sway bar links. I also saw a guy selling new Monroe shocks for $239 + shipping. Keep us updated on the ride as I was planning on getting the Monroe's

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