Thanks for the 411 MAGS!!! Always appreciate you!I have the Redline struts. Zero issues, been on the car close to 12 months now. They raise the hood slightly higher than the prop rod so you have a little more space to work. Brackets on the hood are a nice size and feel like they keep the hood well secured.
I had the Ford Performance struts on my 2016 car and those were pretty good too. The brackets were a bit smaller, especially the ones on the hood, so I felt it was a little flimsier than the Redlines.
I‘ve not used the Steeda struts so I can’t compare the two, but Steeda makes good stuff overall. I don’t think you can go wrong with either IMO
+2 for Roush. The brackets both on the hood hinge as well as the fender are very nice. I like them a lot. And they really hold the hood up nicely.Had terrible experience with FP ones, sent them back and went with Roush hood struts. I liked their fender mounting bracket solution the most. Very happy with the end result. Whatever you do, don't buy FP kit.
Yes, and while doing so, damaging paint and bending metal around it. Overtighten it, and it's a complete mess. It's just a very bad design for same money as other much better options.On the FP ones the bottom mount turns after a few uses does not matter how tight you make it. Just te way it mounts with a single bolt To the fender otherwise they are fine..