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Thread: FYI KYB Front Struts

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    FYI KYB Front Struts

    2012 SX4 Crossovers AWD

    Rock Auto is showing Struts.... it looks as though the correct KYB front strut part #'s 339363 and 339364 ??
    thank you
    Ray
    2012 SX4 Crossover 6sp Tech

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    Yes! Looks like $57.79 each - excellent price too!

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    I just RECEIVED my front struts Im nowhere near a change but I like to have them here for when im ready. Id rather have them now while they are still available. 63-64 yes, right, left.

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    Can you possibly confirm that the top stud thread is the same as the OEM strut so that those of us running the RRO spacers know if we're able to swap it over without problems?
    '11 SX4 AWD 6-spd, '07 Grand Vitara V6, '01 GS500
    Father's: '12 Kizashi Sport & '12 Grand Vitara
    Proud owners of the entire North American Suzuki line-up

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    Let me take a picture. Will post it here.

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    What is the thread length on the KYB?
    RRO Lift Kit - 215/70/16 Gen Grab AT2.

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    Sx4Sport2008 - Aren't you in Canada? What are you doing with a tape in feet and inches? I suppose you are helping out those of us who haven't adopted the metric system so thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suk SX4 View Post
    What is the thread length on the KYB?
    It looks to be about 1.5 inches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schultzey View Post
    Sx4Sport2008 - Aren't you in Canada? What are you doing with a tape in feet and inches? I suppose you are helping out those of us who haven't adopted the metric system so thank you.
    Most people working with their hands in Canada will use inches and feet lol. What do you want me to do with millimeters? Ex welder here, forget about mm...

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