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  • Ariffin Ibrahim
    This is mainly a safety issue; Properly functioning shocks and struts are critical to keeping your tire's contact patch on the ground, and that's important for braking and steering. If you've got problems on both ends of your vehicle, then yes, you should replace all four at the same time.1 Mar 2020
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