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Eliminate the hassle of extra tools and dangerous components by upgrading to Duralast Loaded Struts for an easier install and a smoother ride. Installing Duralast Loaded Struts is safer than traditional strut replacement and can be done at home with hand tools.

Why pick loaded struts?

No More Spring Compression

Loaded strut installation eliminates the dangerous step of compressing an energy-loaded spring and takes less time than traditional strut replacement by allowing you to install all-new parts. With a Duralast Loaded Strut, you’ll never have to compress a spring. Duralast Loaded Struts come with a new spring installed and compressed specifically to maintain OE ride height.

New Assembly

All the parts in the Duralast Loaded strut are new.

  • Coil Spring
  • Strut Mount
  • Premium Oil
  • N.O.K. Seals
  • Rubber Dust Boot
  • Bearings and Studs
  • Hard chrome piston rod
  • Noise-absorbing jounce bumper
  • Corrosion-resistant electrostatic coating

Installing a Duralast Loaded Strut means a totally new assembly goes on your vehicle. This helps lower the chance of future failures, helps to restore like-new ride control, and helps to improve braking performance.

If you’re experiencing a bumpy ride, having trouble controlling your vehicle or notice oil leaking from your struts, think about installing Duralast Loaded Struts, and stop by your local AutoZone.

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