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Hey guys.

I wanted to know what the MOST DURABLE set of front shocks available for the MN12 are. I live in Long Beach where there are potholes aplenty and I drive over no fewer than 8 speedbumps both ways to work.

What's the most durable unit I can get? I slow for the speedbumps but the roads are so bad here, I don't want to just throw my money away-- at the same time, the 'boating' over the freeway expansion joints is nauseating.


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What's the best source for them (place to buy), and specific model name?

Oh, and despite my front shocks being dead, the KYB GR2's installed in the rear are holding up OK.

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What's the best source for them (place to buy), and specific model name?

Oh, and despite my front shocks being dead, the KYB GR2's installed in the rear are holding up OK.
I got mine from Tirerack.com They are Koni Sport or Koni Yellows.




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