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Is there such a thing as a strut mount bearing? I see on Rock Auto in the strut mount section that some brands claim bearing not included while others claim it is included. Yet all the pics looks pretty much the same and there seems to be no distinguishable bearing in the mount. Specifically, Moog K6702 claims the bearing is not included, while Sachs 802938 claims it does. All the other brands do not mention a bearing at all. Can someone please explain? Please understand that I have not yet taken my struts apart.

Am I good to go with either a MEVOTECH MP904968, KYB SM5395, or MOOG K6702?





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I am thinking that the strut bearing is a myth??? I watched a video and I didn't see anything that looked like a bearing. I am not sure how Sachs has a bearing and not sure why Moog does not include one???
 

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Where would this bearing go? The parts I see in the pics is all you need.


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I noticed that too in Rock Autos listings. The Trailblazer doesn't use a bearing in the strut mount, like a MacPherson strut. What you have posted are correct. I'm using the Moog ones and they work perfect.
 
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