|Brand||Lift Supports Depot|
|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||PM2039|
Qty (2) Toyota Prius 2004 To 2007 Rear Hatch Lift Support Strut Shock With Rear Wiper on Hatch
|Price:||$38.90 & FREE Shipping|
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- Rust-resistant Black Nitride corrosion resistant piston rod extends product life. Easy lifting, reduced closing effort.
- Gas charged lift supports are used is a wide variety of applications including: hatches, hoods, trunk lids, tailgates, windows, tool box lid supports and many more.
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This product performed as good as the original equipment from the dealer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They hold it open, but it's hard to do and certainly nothing like factory units.Published 2 months ago by E. S.
Good price, delievered on time, easy to install and so far have worked fine.Published 2 months ago by Dad_Champ
These fit my 2006 Prius and were a snap to install...my hatch now stays open again !!Published 3 months ago by dp
Works well to replace the OEM supports. Doesn't slam at the top like others have mentioned about some struts. Smooth operation and easy to install.Published 5 months ago by canoe
Perfect fit. Easy to install. Just a little strong. They push up with a lot of pressure when opening. Good product good price.Published 5 months ago by G.V.
Great Product. They even email you a link to a video to show you how to put it in (not hard, I used a snow shovel rather than a ladder to prop the hatch open).Published 5 months ago by Robert S. Atwater