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    Default Shock Absorbers for 2009 Pajero Sport

    Hail the Forum
    I am doing a major service on my 2009 Pajero Sport and established that both rear shock absorbers have quit. To make a long story short it appears that unicorns are more available for sale than after market rear shocks for this model. OEM guestimate (not in stock) is around R11K (anyway not in my pensioners budget). Monroe does not list the item. Gabriel Safari's apparently are no longer in existence. KYB 349090 is listed as the correct replacement but is not available from the various suppliers I have contacted.
    Please assist me with part numbers and availability in South Africa- I am desperate.
    I have to change my moniker- Xenon belongs to a bygone mistake....

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    Default Re: Shock Absorbers for 2009 Pajero Sport

    I bought a full set (front and rear) from HiQ for R7500 not so long ago. Genuine KYB's.
    There is never a right time to do the wrong thing and never a wrong time to do the right thing!

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    Default Re: Shock Absorbers for 2009 Pajero Sport

    Quote Originally Posted by Xenon View Post
    Hail the Forum
    I am doing a major service on my 2009 Pajero Sport and established that both rear shock absorbers have quit. To make a long story short it appears that unicorns are more available for sale than after market rear shocks for this model. OEM guestimate (not in stock) is around R11K (anyway not in my pensioners budget). Monroe does not list the item. Gabriel Safari's apparently are no longer in existence. KYB 349090 is listed as the correct replacement but is not available from the various suppliers I have contacted.
    Please assist me with part numbers and availability in South Africa- I am desperate.
    I have to change my moniker- Xenon belongs to a bygone mistake....
    You'll get what you need also for the following place, prices are good too:

    https://www.startmycar.co.za/

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    Default Re: Shock Absorbers for 2009 Pajero Sport

    you can try Mikem
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    Default Re: Shock Absorbers for 2009 Pajero Sport

    Thanks for the responses! The KYB part number is 349090- seems to be in short supply but I managed to source 2.

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    Default Re: Shock Absorbers for 2009 Pajero Sport

    Quote Originally Posted by Xenon View Post
    Thanks for the responses! The KYB part number is 349090- seems to be in short supply but I managed to source 2.
    So you got? For front or rear?
    "There is a lot of dead squirrels in the middle of the road who could not make a decision"

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