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If you have broken springs or worn out or leaking struts on your car or truck, you might be tempted to just replace the one bad part and call it done! In this video, Andy explains why it’s always better to replace parts in pairs, on both sides of your car or truck, for better and safer driving performance! Older springs and shocks do wear out over time, so even if they are not damaged, being paired up with newer, stiffer shocks and springs can cause sag, alignment problems, and uneven tire wear, so always replace both sides!
🔧 List of tools used:
• Flat Blade Screwdriver http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00013
• Complete Metric Socket Set http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00043
• 1/2 Inch Breaker Bar http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00078
• Ratchet http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00016
• Floor Jack http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00068
• Hammer http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00091
• Jack Stands http://1aau.to/oa/1AXAA00065
• Wheel Chocks
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