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KYB Loaded Strut Assembly BSR4228Shop All KYB
A strut assembly handles vehicle weight, determines ride height, acts as the steering pivot, controls vehicle stability and can affect a vehicle’s electronic crash avoidance systems. As an original equipment supplier, KYB understands how your vehicle should ride, handle and perform. The KYB Strut-Plus® is engineered to help restore the handling and control capabilities of your vehicle. We start with an Original Equipment (OE) Restoring KYB Strut. High carbon steel coil springs are developed considering vehicle attributes and corners weights to help make sure the ride height is restored within OE specifications.
- #1 recommended Original Equipment replacement choice for Asian vehicles
- Designed for proper ride height and original handling capabilities on your Honda Ridgeline
- Includes a KYB Excel-G® strut, a stronger steel outer shell and KYB's application specific precision designed damping valves
- Winner of 2018 Best Overall Import Aftermarket Product
- Exact fitment engineered and pre-assembled for professional results
- Features an application engineered KYB spring designed to match the strut, maintain proper ride height longer and control weight without sacrificing vehicle ride quality
- Left and right part numbers with side-specific design and components, as the vehicle manufacturer intended
- Engineered to help vehicles with electronic safety systems (ESC, ABS, etc.)
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