How To Replace Mazda 5/3 Blown/Leaky Rear Shocks




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Vinh Hoang: New shocks yo !!!!! lol

maximus morrisimo: Just put 2 new drop links on Myn and swapped the oil shocks for gas....

trevor eichel: Thanks i think 70 of this views are mine but i was able to do it.

gustavogarza1: Mine fishtails a bit after going over bumps or manholes. I did the bounce test and it failed. Is that another common symptom of bad shocks?

Agartha Asamoah: sledge hammer my favorite tool always works

Adam Brown: not sure if your're still making videos, but you could put links to buy the tools and products and make a commission.

Blacc Sugar: Thanks man!

Joshua Roberg: good job bud

Mirza Haroon mughal: Good job!! Well done

Dane Belden: Well done video - thanks for the help!

Simon Blake: Thanks for the helpful video dude. You probably save me about €100. And I managed to get a socket set instead of paying a garage. I also was trying to remove the weld nut like an idiot.

Niamh Fitzpatrick: Great video. Quick question. My shock is in the same condition on a mazda5 and there is a clunking noise. Does this sound like the right symptom of a leaky shock?

fleet tech: When you taking the wheel off you do not need the extension on the breaker bar as it will be harder to remove the nuts

Peter Diaz: thanks bro, great video

kelvin glen: thanks much bro

Brian Leung: You done a great job making this video and it's very useful. I encountered a problem as the old shock absorber wouldn't compress when taking it out so I just cut it to make more room.

Rick Waller: Skip the first half of the video to get to the part where he is actually changing the shock.

brent56and1: This looks so easy. Why do shops charge so much? Firestone quoted me $600 to replace my rear shocks.

Ola Rex: I'm about to go do this for the first time! I think your video made things quite easy and straight forward. Thank you!

Clyde Vee: Great video Garrett... cheers buddy
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