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BATmobile
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BATmobile Feb 2, 3:27am - #389782 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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stock shocks life spand?

how long do stock shocks last? i want to install some TRD springs but dont know if i need to buy some new or used stock shocks.
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BATmobile
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BATmobile Feb 3, 3:12am - #389783 

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ANYONE?
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RookieGTS
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RookieGTS Feb 3, 4:04am - #389784 

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i really dont know either.
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SLVCELI Feb 3, 11:21pm - #389785 
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Im considering this same question too. If you have a lot of miles on your car already then they will probably not last all that long. Since I think I remember you saying you have like 75000, I would just save money on the installation and get the new struts now since your gonna need them eventually anyways. Unless you are installing them yourself.

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ElectricIcE Feb 3, 11:22pm - #389786 
2000 Black Toyota Celica GT
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I have 90,000 miles on my car, and a stock suspension, its still working, but im starting to feel it more... if the cost is not outragously more, when mine dies, im going to do a pretty decent upgrade.
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