What are the best replacement shocks for a 2007 Camry SE?

Asked by Jul 25, 2011 at 08:19 PM about the 2007 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Its time for new shocks. The SE badge is earned by the tires only and I would like
to upgrade the shocks and tires for better handling without losing the ride.

Any sugestions would be appreciated.

Thanks,

2 Answers

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On Your Car You Only Have Shocks On The Back, Struts In The Front. Eather Way The Springs And Tires Will Change The Ride The Most. Shocks And Struts Are To Reduce Spring Osalation, Without Shocks Or Struts,,,Bounce Bounce Bounce. Plus This Is A Mom's Car, You Gonna Race It? I Know A Kid With An Old Moped. Just Get The Best Shock Or Strut Your Local Part Store Has For The Camray, Gas Is Nice, Lifetime Replacement??? I Look For That!!!

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Hi. If you seek better handling focus on the tires. They make a HUGE difference. Tires can have a lot of marketing glitz so get info from several sources. OEM suspension parts will do the job. For handling plus, I suggest anti-sway parts to control the sway during turns. But the driver needs training. Get advanced training offered at several schools. Mid-Ohio is my favorite. Google and do research. It is worth the cost no matter what you drive. Best regards.

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