I hear all this talk about decklid struts/shocks for winged cars and non-winged, and if you apply the stronger struts that are meant for a winged car onto a non-wing decklid that chances are it will result in warping of the decklid, and all kinds of damage. I just don’t see the logic of that reasoning. If you had the stronger struts on a winged car and on a non-winged car, then the pressure applied onto the struts when opening and closing the decklid is the same. The only difference is in how that pressure is applied…in the wing car, the wing offers more pressure onto the hood but on a non-wing car your hands apply the exact same additional pressure to close the hood (it is only harder to close since you don’t have the additional wing weight). Am I missing some type of logic or mechanics I don’t understand about the wing vs non-wing struts? I have the Detomaso factory 18126A struts on my wing car and non wing car.