Ordered the Gabriel G51930 from Amazon for $60 shipped for the pair. I've had them on for a little over a week and I can't complain one bit. Does not feel as stiff as my old touring rear struts but they did restore the ride height and helps the rear from bouncing around too much. Really happy that they made this available right when I needed to replace mine and super easy and straight forward to install as long you have a spring compressor handy. As far as coilovers go, I will never again. Ive had the JIC magics on my 2000 AE and they were very sqeaky and made the car sound cheap. I would probably go with OEM inserts for the fronts if I had to do it again.my12by60 wrote: ↑Thu Sep 19, 2019 8:45 amJOHNQ - Did you ever try to order the Gabriel rear struts from Summit Racing? BadQ45 says he does not think the struts are actually in production and that an order will not go through.
If the Gabriel rear struts do actually exist, I wonder if one could put the Gabriels on the rear then order just a front set of coilovers from Megan or one of the others? That may be the cheapest route to a restored suspension, but I am not sure if the car would handle right or if the coilover companies will even sell just a front set.