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what else should be done with 2007 strut replacement

Old 06-03-2012, 01:21 PM
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Question what else should be done with 2007 strut replacement

Hello Camry forums,

I need to replace all 4 struts on my 2007 Camry 4 cylinder. What else should I service or replace with the struts? Are there any problem parts that I should consider servicing at this time? I am stationed in Spain, so I need to order all the parts now, I can’t walk over to Autozone if I miss anything. I chose to order the Monroe struts from Rockauto, since Autozone (Gabriel) was out of the rear struts, and I need them now. These are 2 of the few vendors that will ship to a Military APO address (USPS PO box).

Thank you in advance. I foresee myself spending a bit of time on this forum, now that my Camry has reached 101,000 miles.
Old 06-03-2012, 01:39 PM
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we i do my own struts i do struts and struts mounts , i prefer KYB brand , not a big fan of Monroe® Sensa-Trac® Shock & Struts , and Gabriel brand are worst then the factory set . when vehicle have high mileage i like to do quick struts (everything is included, just bolt on ) but they are a bit high on price.
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