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Quik-Struts are now available from Monroe and Gabriel, springs included for less than $100 apiece, I just did mine in two hours, no trouble. Jack up the front wheels and jiggle, you may have a bad bearing or something else. If not I’d rotate the tires and see if anything changes, then you’d know it’s in the tires.
 

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Thanks for the reply. I saw a ton of struts but none of them are compatible with air suspension. Wheel bearings are good, tires are brand new, alignment was just done. I don’t know what else it could be.
Thanks for the reply. I saw a ton of struts but none of them are compatible with air suspension. Wheel bearings are good, tires are brand new, alignment was just done. I don’t know what else it could be.
Sorry, I was under the impression the air struts were rear only.
Still, rotate the tires and see if it changes. Balance jobs are often imperfect, I’ve had to have at least two jobs redone in the last fee years.
 
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