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So now that I've fixed the old mount issues and electronic gremlins, next on the list is the front suspension being shot, however it seems like there are 7 different variants of front struts. If anyone could indicate which the correct one would be to purchase it would be greatly appreciated. Leaving link to window sticker for reference of my spec. Fontographer 5.0 (chrysler.com)


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The car has the Ride & Handling pkg (sales code SDG). I filtered the parts look-up by the VIN.
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The latest & greatest LF strut version is 5272827AF.
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You can still install the Sport or Touring struts, as long as it's done in pairs.
I put all Camaro SS & 1LE suspension parts on my V6 Camaro. IT's all up to
what you want. You do not EVER have to put on, what it came with.
 

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You can still install the Sport or Touring struts, as long as it's done in pairs.
I put all Camaro SS & 1LE suspension parts on my V6 Camaro. IT's all up to
what you want. You do not EVER have to put on, what it came with.
That is really the wrong answer. Many vehicles of the same model have different brakes, wheels and suspension items ( not to mention engines, transmissions, etc. ) which would restrict or prohibit fitment and/or movement.
That is why the dealer ( or supplier ) needs your VIN to identify the correct parts for your vehicle.
 
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