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Gabriel ReadyMount Struts

Gabriel ReadyMount Struts
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  • Regular Price: $99.15-321.15
  • Our Price: $67.30- 218.01
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  • Gabriel ReadyMount Struts come fully-loaded with top quality performance
  • Each strut is precision-engineered to the performance requirements of your exact year, make, and model vehicle
  • Complete one-piece design makes installation much quicker and safer - no special tools or equipment required
  • Gabriel's advanced G-Force technology improves tire contact and stability
  • Chromed piston rod ensures great seal lubrication, consistent wear, and rust-free performance
  • 1-Year/25,000-Mile Warranty

Turn a half-day job into a half-hour task. Gabriel ReadyMount Struts arrive at your door already assembled with everything you need to drop them right into your vehicle. And best yet, they come loaded with the highest level of quality and performance, giving you dominant control over the road.

Every pre-assembled ReadyMount Strut includes the upper strut mount, strut boot, strut bumper, coil spring, spring seat, and a premium strut loaded with Gabriel's advanced G-Force Technology. This design provides excellent tire adhesion to the road, with drastically improved stability and response. And like all Gabriel Shocks and Struts, the Ready Mount includes a super-finished chrome piston rod that resists corrosion, wears consistently, and lasts for years.

Drop in a set of Gabriel ReadyMount Struts and equip your vehicle with the best in quality and handling - without wasting any installation time. Backed with a 1-Year/25,000-Mile Warranty.

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4.7 of 5

Average Install Time: 1-2 hours

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who drives a Chevy Lumina
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On July 12, 2017, I purchased two Gabriel strut assemblies for my 1996 Chevrolet Lumina Sedan from Auto Accessories Garage. The product numbers are G56952 and G56953. After shipment received, I had them installed on July 24, 2017. While driving home from installation I heard and felt a clunk from both left and right rear sides even over very minor uneven road surface. The clunks became more pronounced. On August 14, 2017, I took the car back. They put the car on the lift and checked all rear suspension mounts, connections and bushings. What they discovered was both of the new Gabriel G56952 and G56953 rear strut assemblies had very weak coil springs that were bouncing and clunking together with even a small 1 inch to 2 inch bounce of the rear body. They found the bottom number 2 and number 3 coils on both strut spring assemblies were bouncing and clunking together. Coil springs are supposed to keep the car from going down and the struts restrict the car from going up which in theory gives a smooth ride. When the bottom 4 coils of the spring are already resting on each other how is it supposed to cushion the ride. Those four coils are nothing more than a part of the mounting fixture. My mechanic said these are the weakest coil springs he has seen in his 30 yrs. and definitely not the correct specifications for this vehicle. These struts are not safe to drive on. Auto Accessories Garage refunded my money without question. Thanks to AAG, but I would stay away from Gabriel.

Install Time: 1-2 hours

who drives a Chevy Lumina
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July, 2017. As far as I know Gabriel is the only manufacturer making ready mount rear struts for my 1996 Lumina sedan. All the other parts stores wanted to make it up piece by piece. Autozone wanted $249 apiece, and would not budge, for the same Gabriel quick struts that everyone else wanted $124 - 164. Penny at AAG searched for a real company to price match for me (not ebay) and I ended up paying about $130 apiece with free shipping. Her supervisor even found a way to knock of another $2. The struts were shipped from OK the next day. Penny was fun and easy to talk to, sincerely wanting to help me save money. It's too soon to comment on the quality of the struts but my mechanic said they look well built. Back in the day when building hot rods Gabriel was the go to shocks. Penny said they were the first to build shocks for horse buggies. :) My experience with AAG was A1.

Install Time: 1-2 hours

who drives a Nissan Pathfinder
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Excellent price. Perfect fit for my 2002 Nissan Pathfinder. Great customer support! Will purchase parts from them again.

Install Time: 30-60 minutes

who drives a Honda Pilot
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Ordered the full kits for replacement. Was somewhat of a challenge as I really have worked on a SUV to this level for quite sometime. The kits are ready to install, no other things needed. Once you get the hang of it, it went pretty quickly. Totally recommend these to anyone out there with a Pilot (or anything really). You notice the difference in drive quality immediately.

Install Time: 1-2 hours

who drives a Ford Focus
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Easy to install, very affordable, quality product, delivers good ride.

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Great price, rides like new again, worth the effort!

Install Time: 30-60 minutes

who drives a Infiniti QX4
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Struts were great. They were easy to install. My only issue was that I had to use the old bolts because the new ones did not come with new bolts. Other than that these were very easy to install.

Install Time: 1-2 hours

who drives a Ford Focus
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I originally purchased my first set for my 2008 Focus back in November of 2014 after getting 182,338 miles (mostly highway) out of my original factory set. Almost one year to the day after I purchased the set of Gabriel's, the passenger side strut assembly had some sort of internal issue that created a loud knocking sound, and had to be replaced. Because this happened less than a week after the warranty ran out, I was SOL, and had to purchase a new one. This was with only 31,552 miles on it. This week I had to replace the drivers side assembly because it had a severe leak. This was with only 43,037 miles on it. If there was a more cost effective way of replacing the strut assemblies, I certainly would do it, but Gabriel is the only manufacturer who produces a ready mount strut for my vehicle, and it leaves me no choice if I don't want to pay through the nose for labor. Not happy with the quality of the product to say the least. If the assemblies were as high quality as they say, they shouldn't be wearing out with mostly high speed interstate driving at an average of 37,000 miles. 50,000 miles I can understand.

Install Time: 30-60 minutes

who drives a Chevy Traverse
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I replaced my wife's struts on our 2011 Traverse LT with these and the ride height is now 2 inches higher. The ride and handling is far better than before and she can tell a huge difference while driving. These were a direct fit replacement item. The install requires two floor jacks, but otherwise, this was a fairly painless install. Great deal.

Install Time: 2+ Hours

who drives a Toyota Matrix
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Perfect fit and fantastic ride. Couldn't ask for an easier install or better ride quality. If I need to replace my struts again in the future it will definitely be with Gabriels all the way around.

Install Time: Under 30 minutes

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