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Hi everyone,

Thanks for reading this. My 2014 Nissan Sentra has about 67k miles and a chain was asking me to replace my Struts and Shocks for about $1200. Should I get them replaced.

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What chain? I would think they are still ok but if you did want to renew your ride a quick check at RockAuto shows very good quality KYB complete struts for 124 each front side and the rear shocks 60 each. 2 or 3 hours labor maximum and considering the struts are preassembled -- I would say closer to 2 hours total. I would think it could be done for roughly half what you were quoted.
The part prices I was looking at are in Cdn $, take a further 30% off for US $s
 

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What chain? I would think they are still ok but if you did want to renew your ride a quick check at RockAuto shows very good quality KYB complete struts for 124 each front side and the rear shocks 60 each. 2 or 3 hours labor maximum and considering the struts are preassembled -- I would say closer to 2 hours total. I would think it could be done for roughly half what you were quoted.
The part prices I was looking at are in Cdn $, take a further 30% off for US $s
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Hi everyone,

Thanks for reading this. My 2014 Nissan Sentra has about 67k miles and a chain was asking me to replace my Struts and Shocks for about $1200. Should I get them replaced.

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What reason did the shop give you for the need of replacing the struts and shocks. Is the car showing handling problems. Is the tire wear abnormal. Any unusual noises?
 
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