Re: Typical cost to install 4 shocks?
The fronts are very easy, maybe 15min with an air tool. The rears are a lot harder due to access to the upper nuts, It still shouldn't take that long. I've done the whole set in about 1¼ hours. The OEM, KYB or Bilsteins are the best to use. We've changed some at 95,000 hard miles and the Monroes were always easier to move than the ones we took off. That's when we found how much better the KYBs were.