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bit late on this occasion, but for anyone else who may need to do theirs
it is highly recommended that when you change the shocks you do the top mounts regardless of how they appear.
most people only change shocks when it is necessary, as in this case, because a shock is leaking. with the amount of mileage done between changes, the mounts are likely to go before the next time the shocks need changing, meaning the job has to be done again for a part that is fairly inexpensive
it's not too bad for people who do their own work, it's just costs them time, but for people who have to pay someone to do it for them, it will save money in the long term
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