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Judysauto
Judysauto

Scotty I have a 1994 toyota camry v6 xle 3.0L. I am having difficulty finding complete quick ready struts for the FRONT. Can find for the 2.2L not 3.0L. Only ones I can find so far are "unity" and "duralo". Monroe, kyb, gabriel, moog do not have. They have for the rear but not FRONT. Since this will be a DIY job I want to stick with ready mount struts, easier and safer. I want to put quick struts on that are not a piece of junk. Any suggestions?????

Gint
Gint

Do fuel catalysts, such as the Fitch Fuel Catalyst, work? They state they can provide better fuel mileage and performance, I am sceptical. If I were to put one on my 2013 Nissan Titan what do you think would happen?

Edi Aces
Edi Aces

Hi Scotty, 

I have an '07 Lexus IS250 with 170k miles as my daily driver. I recently replace the whole timing set and water pump. I plan to keep it long term, what else would you suggest checking in in order to keep it running on the long run?

bandre
bandre

Hey Scotty. What do you think of a 2008 Hyundai Tucson 2.0L manual transmission?

nicandertx
nicandertx

Hey Scotty I’m trying to put myself through college right now and money is tight. I have a 2005 Toyota Tundra with the 4.7 with VVT and only 120k miles. I love that truck but I’m past due on my timing belt and it’s about $1000 to replace. What should I do and how long do you think I could get away with driving it until it blows up? And because it’s an interference will I need a whole new engine if it does snap? Thank you so much