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Old 11-13-2012, 10:46 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Isn't slipping 'up' leave less metal to hold the strut in? At some point it might break loose during a turn.
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Old 11-13-2012, 04:59 PM   #12 (permalink)
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There is a limited lifetime warranty on the quickstruts. You can find the form at this page:

MONROE SHOCKS & STRUTS :: Safe & Sound Guarantee

The reason codes for warranty replacement are:

06 = Other-Both
07 = Binder-RC
08 = No Gas-RC
09 = Fit-Both
10 = Appearance-
Both
12 = Air Leak-Both
13 = Ride-RC
14 = Customer
Satisfaction-Both
15 = Broken Unit-
Both
16 = Loose Internals-
EC (Baffles)
17 = Roving Blow
Out-EC
01 = Leaking Fluid-RC
02 = Broken Unit-Both
03 = Noisy-Both
04 = Worn Out-Both
05 = Changeover-Both
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Old 11-13-2012, 07:31 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Isn't slipping 'up' leave less metal to hold the strut in? At some point it might break loose during a turn.
The strut actually sticks out the bottom of the spindle when you locate it correctly with the locater tab - all I'm doing is raising it up an inch, there's an ample amount of strut still in the spindle.
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There is a limited lifetime warranty on the quickstruts. You can find the form at this page:
Like you said, if you do the warranty, it costs you money... for me it's my labor.

If it were my Buick, I'd go after it in a heartbeat because I can rip all the struts out in less than an hour - the Taurus is more like 3 hours just to get them out.
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