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PostSubject: Parts needed for struts   Parts needed for struts EmptyFri Apr 08, 2022 1:24 pm

I am building strut assemblies for my 96 Riviera. I want a complete strut so I don't have to disassemble my old struts.

I already have AC Delco Springs, Monroe Struts, Lower isolator/insulator and this strut mount GM GENUINE 19208376 shown in the pictures.

From what I understand its a newer design sold as a kit with mount, spring seat and bearing in those two pieces. My question, do I need a rubber upper insulator/isolator too or am I good to go with what was included in the mount kit?

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PostSubject: Re: Parts needed for struts   Parts needed for struts EmptyWed Apr 13, 2022 9:43 pm

...suggest you ask at the GM dealers' parts desk.
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