Even though I often drive on the punishing pothole-ridden roads in Manhattan NYC, my 2007 Corolla @ 70,000 miles has given me no indication of needing any suspension work as of yet.
^^^^^useless drivel, the real question is below:
In general, on most cars, in most situations, do you recommend that strut-mounts, which to the best of my understanding, pivots, be replaced when the dampers are?
AFter all, to replace the dampers, you have to disasssemble the whole strut using a spring compressor and all that, it can take a while. Is it advisable to replace the strut-mount? Or do they generally last forever?