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Author Topic: 2001 Aztek AWD  (Read 2057 times)
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« on: March 24, 2005, 09:33:32 AM »

For those of you that are looking to increase the hardness and reduce the bounce in your vehicle, I have a fix that has improved these conditions in mine.  
I have replaced the original tires (Uniroyal P215/70R16s) and the original struts with BridgestoneDueler HTs (P215/70R16) and KYB struts (GR-2 334227).
This fix has reduced the bounce significantly and increased the hardness of the ride in my vehicle.gggghhggggggg
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« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2005, 12:08:26 PM »

I love KYBs, I have them in my GTP.  When BH needs struts, she'll get 'em too!  (Hmm, a lotta acronyms in this little post!)

Lynne, Gus, & Sofia
Maple Red 01 GT- "BrickHouse"
3-spokes; Sunroof; Cargo Tray; Traction Control; CD/Cassette/10-speaker; Dual-Zone Climate; DIC; Steering Wheel/Cargo Area Audio; Camping Package
Maroon/gray leather steering whl cover, red/CF pedals, door edge moldings, splash guards, MagnetBra, red cone filter, GT tail badge, red tire valve caps, black brake drums, red calipers, window VentVisors, sunroof visor
Chicago-ish, IL
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