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🔧 Enhanced Compatibility: Springs for 2004-2012 Pathfinder & 2005-2013 Review



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Revainrating 4.5 out of 5  
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Description of 🔧 Enhanced Compatibility: Springs for 2004-2012 Pathfinder & 2005-2013

Brand New High Quality OEM Replacement Front Hood Lift Support Prop Rod Struts Spring Shocks Dampers Set of 2. Qty: 2 | Placement: Front Hood | Fits for 2004-2012 Nissan Titan or 2004 Nissan Pathfinder or 2005-2013 Nissan Armada. Intercharge Part Number, 4182,SG425003,8196154,654707S000. Consistent performance in all weather conditions. Best replacement as your worn-out factory lift supports, also known as charged gas shocks, struts, props, dampers, arms. Worry-Free 12+1 MONTHS WARRANTY. Product replacement/refund service will be offered if any quality defects occur, just contact us timely!.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

acceptable price. Good product

The jacks on my truck no longer work so I ordered them from this company. They arrived quickly and I decided to put them on. After reading the instructions, I grabbed a screwdriver and began lifting the clips, removing the old ones and attaching the new ones. It took me about 10 minutes to put both on. They work great. They were very reasonably priced and much cheaper than at the dealer. Thank you guys.

  • Solid workmanship
  • Very expensive

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Both struts are defective

One rubs terribly on the last centimeters of its spring travel, the other is simply blocked when fully extended. Won't move. I'm a mechanic and I don't have time for it. It's funny that the back of their packaging says to contact us if you have a problem! No phone number, no email, no website they have about Revain, no "help" or "contact us" feature. Refund money and buy another brand. Since "both" is bad, I think I've stopped trusting Revain reviews. Seriously both!

  • Few competitors
  • There are problems

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Easy installation, works well with the Armada hood

I installed it in about 5 minutes with a small flat head screwdriver (lift the metal band on the end of the gas cylinder, this will release the ball joint that secures the gas cylinder attach to the bracket on the hood. Before installing the new part, apply some lithium grease to the ball joint attachment point before installing. The old grease that came on my truck from the factory is completely dry. Do not turn to a lot of force should engage with relative ease. If you reach out and yank the…

  • Hands-free operation
  • No automatic

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Just as good as the original

After my 2007 Titan tried to kill me with the mysterious closing hood I decided to replace the original hood lift dampers. They were perfectly packaged and shipped within 3 business days (I like Revane Prime). The Revain price was the best I could find. As for the installation. If you know how to use a small screwdriver, you can surprise your friends and neighbors with this repair. This is very easy, although I recommend that you use a broom or something to hold the hood open while you remove…

  • Lift Supports
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Revainrating 4 out of 5

Used Chinese product but it serves its purpose 🤷🏽‍♂️

So they do a good job, can't complain but beware, I looked very closely and noticed that the packaging looked like it had been opened previously been. As you can see in the pictures above. Not only did they use a heat seal to seal the package, but my brother told me what to expect from a product made in China. I guess I can't blame the non-adjustable stuff, but what really amazed me was the fact that I could see paint on it from another car. In the second photo I'm not sure if it's ok to use…

  • Automotive
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Revainrating 5 out of 5

A little longer but worked well

I bought these for my 2011 Nissan Titan after my wife's hood fell on her head. I've done the same thing to myself a few times, but when it happened to her, the rules of the game changed. I tried changing them one by one and got very frustrated. The new stands were about 0.25 inches longer than the old ones. Maybe in my younger years I could squeeze one of them a little and hold it there to put it on, but no more. I spent 15 minutes on this. I paused to think about the situation. Then I found a…

  • Replacement parts
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