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has anybody ran the tokiko struts on their b14? (non classic) I know that they have some out now that are ride height adjustable and wanted to know how the quality on em' is. I was considering between the agxs, tokiko, and putting in some factory struts back in b/c they are cheap, nissan dropped the price on some of their stuff like struts, shocks, and a few other things and are dirt cheap now. I know retail the struts are like $60 a piece.
 

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This guy Dave has Tokiko blue's and prokits in his 200. He dose alot of autoxing and I haven't herd him complain yet. I took a ride in his car and the ride is nice and smooth. I was envious... no squeks or rattles like mine. He didn't beat on it or anything but it felt alot softer than my GABs and ST bars. He did say that with any weight in the car they tend to bounce alot but I didn't notice it. As for the quality I have a set in my 87 Max and the pass side rear blew after about a month. I still have the car but all I put into it is gas and oil :)

Mike G.
 

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I heard that tokiko was the maker for the oem strut, so I will probably get those as cost on the oem is the price of two tokikos, and the oems are warrantied for a year, regaurdless of ride height :)
 

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Well the Tokico's are also warranted for a year. As long as they are not on *excessively* lowered vehicles. Another words prokits are OK I guess..
 

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well, I got the intrax super sports on mine and lowered the car 2.25 inches, probably lower than they would want to warranty them for. and I know, I know, everybody says intrax makes crappy springs, but I love mine, rode like stock when I first put them on, but my struts are shot :-(
 
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