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    salam
    there is some problem with my car(cultus) shocks.
    shocks mechanic said repair the shocks and when i said that how u repair the shocks.he said i cut the shocks from above and put some oil in it.and the problem will solve.
    my question is that is that safe to cut the shocks and put oil in it???is that only way to repair the shocks???
    thanx in advance


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    shock repair and kabli shocks would give u a time of 2 to 6 months
    only brand new shocks last

    tried and tested all
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hash4u View Post
    shock repair and kabli shocks would give u a time of 2 to 6 months
    only brand new shocks last

    tried and tested all
    thanx for rplying
    can u plz tell me what is the prize of new and kabli shock???

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    ^ Kabli ones should be cheaper.
    New ones are a better choice.
    KYB or Tokico units are good.
    Not sure about the price but my rough guess is that the front pair for Cultus should be around 5k.
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    5.5k for new rear shocks
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniyalahmad View Post
    ^ Kabli ones should be cheaper.
    New ones are a better choice.
    KYB or Tokico units are good.
    Not sure about the price but my rough guess is that the front pair for Cultus should be around 5k.
    thanx bro

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    Always buy new parts in case of suspension!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daniyalahmad View Post
    ^ Kabli ones should be cheaper.
    New ones are a better choice.
    KYB or Tokico units are good.
    Not sure about the price but my rough guess is that the front pair for Cultus should be around 5k.
    thanx 5k only for rear???

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    don't buy tension for yourself.....


    say no to kabli and repaired ones

    i have changed mine recently nd m completely satisfied

    price 5200/- for the pair

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    kablis(complete shocks i.e with springs) are available for 3k and they will take yours for 500/-


    so not a good deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzukialtomehran View Post
    Always buy new parts in case of suspension!
    ok thanx for advice

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