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I think my front driver side shock/strut is going. I want to replace a set of the shock in front with some kybs or even teins. but the rear shock are still ok.

my question is, is it ok just change the front shock without changing the rear ones since the performance shock and the stock ones are different in damping rate.

I certainly dont want one side of the car to bounce around up down because of the difference in damping. thanks guys.
 

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Heres what you do... Change your front 2, and before you go to the back 2 STOP. There, now you just have the front done. ;)

I dont really see a problem with it. :)
 

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You can do this, it's not a problem.
 

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yo shovel, thanks man.

also, I remember you said your rear alignment had some sort of camber correction plate which the alignment shop installed for you. what is that thing called again please???
 

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Yes, that is fine...front struts get much more abuse than rear and wear out much more quickly. That is how I did mine...I just did the fronts...I'll do the rears and a few months or so when I recover from my 60K bill.
 
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