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2001 Black Toyota Celica
2001 Toyota Celica

Joined: Apr 2003
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Denver, CO
Aug 18, 11:37pm - #253541 
New Struts/Shocks: KYB Gas Adjustable or Tokico

I probably need to get new struts/shocks for my car.

Wondering what you'll think. Whether i should go with the KYB's or Tokico. Give me some compelling reasons so as to help me make a choice.


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2003 silver streak Toyota Celica GT
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2003 Toyota Celica GT

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Aug 19, 9:19am - #253542 
KYB's are a nice choice, I have the GR2s, love em. KYB AGX adjustable are also quality, cost a touch more than the GR2s. I have read of people breaking the adjustment "knobs" and that is a bitch to adjust the rear on the celica because of the trunk plastics. All reasons I went with GR2, not to soft, not to stiff, percect IMO.

Tokico, not to sure about, I hear the blues are harsh. I have no first hand experience with them. PM Tony, he has them, don't think he has ever had a problem.

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