I'm wondering the same thingHas anyone received them yet?
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Keep us posted! Cant wait for pics and feedback.I received them yesterday! Will install them tomorrow and post pictures.
I've been raising/looking under hoods well over 50 years, just not as a profession. Any tool or mechanism that makes a job easier is a good thing. Since I raise a hood 1-6 times a day, depending on how many short trips I make in a day, I prefer a easier opening/closing (1 handed) hood. When the vehicle goes in the garage, the hood goes up. That's just me. Gas charged hood struts are handy as a pocket on shirt. My opinion of a shirt without a pocket.......it's worthless. I've converted 2 prop rod vehicles over to gas charged struts and look forward to doing the same to the CR-V. It simply makes the hood opening/closing easier. I'm old enough that I feel I've earned "a little easier". LOL
If that does not work you can try the more expensive Amazon parts.Thanks for the suggestion robbyg! I went to my local autozone to look for anything similar but that failed. I plan on going to a specialized auto store tomorrow for a better chance. I know shipping from china will be another month so there is gotta be a quicker way to source the missing parts or readapt some mounting hardware from a related type of kit.
If you have NAPA Auto or Graingers around you they may have what you need.Good man robbyg! I was wondering what the name was for the part in the second link. I'll definitely report back on what items were compatibile.
I do have a NAPA Auto's in the area. Thanks!If you have NAPA Auto or Graingers around you they may have what you need.
Your welcome, that is what this forum is for so I am glad to help.Good man robbyg! I was wondering what the name was for the part in the second link. I'll definitely report back on what items were compatibile.