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GTaintsobad
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GTaintsobad Apr 6, 3:49am - #436076 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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are my shocks screwed

I put on my summer wheels today and noticed that my shock boots are a bit ripped up and not attached, I know this is not good, but the car seems to be just fine. What should I do, and who makes the best shocks?
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GTaintsobad
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GTaintsobad Apr 7, 3:01am - #436077 

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nothing? nothing at all?
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EuRoBoYGT Apr 7, 4:51am - #436078 

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well what the shock boot... i think is also called the dust boot... does is keep dust from getting into the shock cylinder try to duct tape it as much as posible for the time being and try to find one at a junk yard... cuase it's not totaly bad but it's not good also

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barefoott4 Apr 8, 4:12am - #436079 
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As for who makes the best shocks...it varies by people. Personally I think the best for the celica are the KYB AGX adjustable ones. If you have the money, you could also consider full coilovers. Tein is the brand to go with there.
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