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Should one replace the struts on a car that has 113k but still has no problem?

(2005 Toyota Solara)
in Sandusky, OH on April 01, 2013
the car seems to ride ok, still handles good. Does one wait till there is a problem? I would think the ride has been affected over time. I do want to keep the car for a while, another 85k or so.
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of Greg's Orange Auto on April 01, 2013
are the tires starting to chop up at all? you would be surprised what a diff they will make.
on April 17, 2013
I dont believe the tires have been effected, and there is no noise comming from the struts yet.
on April 01, 2013
preventative maintenance is always is always a good idea.
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