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    #171
    Quote Originally Posted by crazy_boy View Post
    I just had my front shocks replaced at wheelers 2 weeks ako. KYB din kinabit sa Innova

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    Kamusta service sir? 350 quote sakin sa wheelers sa front bale 700

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    #172
    Quote Originally Posted by evincar View Post
    Kamusta service sir? 350 quote sakin sa wheelers sa front bale 700
    iirc 250 per side lang sa exalta bro.

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    #173
    mga sir, magkano kaya aabutin ng shock replacement front and rear, mitsubishi lancer 2005 gls? and recommended shop din po.

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    #174
    Quote Originally Posted by beachbum View Post
    mga sir, magkano kaya aabutin ng shock replacement front and rear, mitsubishi lancer 2005 gls? and recommended shop din po.
    call this number bro ..
    mas mababa sila sa lvc banawe
    Address: 38 A Banawe St, Sto Domingo, Quezon City, 1109 Metro Manila, Philippines
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    Phone: +63 2 516 3848

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    #175
    Quote Originally Posted by beachbum View Post
    mga sir, magkano kaya aabutin ng shock replacement front and rear, mitsubishi lancer 2005 gls? and recommended shop din po.
    when i had mine replaced (mx) several years ago, i had them done in pedro gil. alas, that hilera of shops has closed.
    at that time, the price was surprisingly cheaper than the other japs.

    while the fronts may be specialized for model car, the rears are more generic. cheaper, too.
    Last edited by dr. d; August 18th, 2018 at 12:21 PM.

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    #176
    Quote Originally Posted by ninjababez View Post
    call this number bro ..
    mas mababa sila sa lvc banawe
    Address: 38 A Banawe St, Sto Domingo, Quezon City, 1109 Metro Manila, Philippines
    Hours:
    Open now

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    Phone: +63 2 516 3848
    Salamat sa reply, will try to call them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr. d View Post
    when i had mine replaced (mx) several years ago, i had them done in pedro gil. alas, that hilera of shops has closed.
    at that time, the price was surprisingly cheaper than the other japs.

    while the fronts may be specialized for model car, the rears are more generic. cheaper, too.
    what year and roughly how much did you spend po?

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    #177
    Where do you buy KYB?


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    #178
    Quote Originally Posted by H1Tman View Post
    Where do you buy KYB?


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    it's not a rare item, po.
    you should be able to find one among your first two shops.
    these shops kasi,
    they have a rear door, thru which the runner exits to go to the nearby places to find it for you.
    heh heh.

    serious!
    that's what i like about a street-ful of car parts stores (e.g., banawe).

    but if one is hindered to only one or three shops,
    give them a call first, to ensure stocks at hindi masayang ang trip.
    Last edited by dr. d; May 21st, 2021 at 11:13 AM.

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    #179
    My front shocks were replaced with kyb excel last year. Up to now, too stiff pa rin ang bagsak.

    Now that the rear shocks have shown signs of leaking, Iím thinking where to get better KYB models.


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    #180
    Quote Originally Posted by H1Tman View Post
    My front shocks were replaced with kyb excel last year. Up to now, too stiff pa rin ang bagsak.

    Now that the rear shocks have shown signs of leaking, Iím thinking where to get better KYB models.


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    i also had my fronts replaced, some years ago. i opted for the cheaper white ones. up to now, medyo matigas pa rin, hindi tulad ng oem.
    i probably should have opted for the more expensive, heavy-duty black ones. they will probably have dampened better.

    the rear ones, unlike the fronts na namimili ng model car, are generic as can be.
    they also cost much less. 1K each lang when i bought mine some time back.
    get the more expensive ones, bai. they will probably dampen better than the cheap ones.

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