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My car needs struts. Appears they have never been changed at 100k miles.

I cannot find any aftermarket electronic control struts. Lots of conversions and non CCR struts.

I can get several brands $60-80, gas shocks with the air boot.

I am told the Caddy replacements are 300+ if you can find them.

Any opinions on, is it worth it?

Also, if I use the standard air strut, is there any other special requirements?

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My car needs struts. Appears they have never been changed at 100k miles.

I cannot find any aftermarket electronic control struts. Lots of conversions and non CCR struts.

I can get several brands $60-80, gas shocks with the air boot.

I am told the Caddy replacements are 300+ if you can find them.

Any opinions on, is it worth it?

Also, if I use the standard air strut, is there any other special requirements?

I never did put Caddy struts in my old Deville. And I never replaced the $1000/piece road sensing struts on my Seville with Caddy ones either. I just went with the strut masters ones because a friend of mine was happy with his and they could be installed in a one piece setup. You can even get Air ride ones from them that will plug into your existing compressor.

The suspension parts from Arnott Industries I hear are a very good setup as well.

My Deville drove great and the rear end didn't sag like a lot of the cars in Cadillac's 80's commercials :lol: , and my Seville is like a boat on the highway yet takes a pretty mean corner too.

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