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The struts need to be replaced on my 93 accord. What all parts do I need?

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Well, you need replacement struts, but you knew that...You need jack, jack stands (must have), wrenches to remove the bolts, and a spring compressor to remove the springs from the old struts and put on the new struts.
Also have upper bearings on hand, for the front struts. These allow pivot on some designs.

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