|Item Weight||19.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29.5 x 7.3 x 3.7 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||58606|
|Manufacturer Part Number||58606|
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- All Weather Fluid: Contains special modifiers to reduce friction and ensure smooth rod reaction
- Full Displaced Valving: Tuned specifically for each application, this valving automatically adjusts to road extremes to provide consistency and ride
- Fluon Banded Piston: The fluon band provides consistent sealing between the piston and pressure tube which delivers better control and increased durability
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Ideal for light trucks that that tow or carry varying loads, Monroe load adjusting shocks include a heavy gauge calibrated spring that adjusts to road and weight conditions to provide extra control when operating conditions get more demanding.
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Monroe Load Adjusting Shock Absorber
Ideal for light trucks that that tow or carry varying loads, Monroe load adjusting shock absorbers include a heavy gauge calibrated spring that adjusts to road and weight conditions to provide extra control when operating conditions get more demanding.
Hardworking vehicles that tow trailers or carry varying loads can count on Monroe load adjusting shocks to reduce sag when under load. Not just for ride comfort, shocks are necessary for the safe handling of your vehicle. By maintaining vertical loads placed up on the tires, shocks help ensure consistent tire-to-road contact. Shocks also help maintain a balanced ride by providing resistance to vehicle bounce, roll and sway as well as brake dive and acceleration squat.
CAUSES & CONSEQUENCES OF SHOCK FAILURE
Like many parts on your vehicle, shocks are subject to wear. Causes include damaged bushings, exposure to the elements, loss of oil viscosity and deteriorated components. Driving with worn shocks can result in problems ranging from reduced braking efficiency, tire wear, loss of stability and damage to other suspension parts.
IMPORTANCE OF MAINTAINING RIDE HEIGHT
Proper ride height is crucial to vehicle durability, performance and safety. When inspecting a vehicle, don’t just check the static ride height. The dynamic ride height –the ride height of a vehicle in motion –may tell a different story. The cause of dynamic ride height issues is often worn or damaged coil or air springs, depending on the vehicle suspension. Don’t just replace the shock –be sure to also inspect for and replace worn coil/air springs.
IMPORTANCE OF ALIGNMENT
Always perform an alignment whenever replacement shocks, struts or other ride control parts are installed. Camber, toe and caster settings can all be affected by installing new shocks. Failure to make sure the vehicle’s alignment is within factory specifications can lead to problems like premature tire wear.
HOW TO CONDUCT A SHOCK INSPECTION
Shocks may not show any visible signs of wear, make sure to request a ride control inspection every time your vehicle is brought in for service to ensure they’re in optimal operating condition. When inspecting a vehicle’s shocks: assess how the vehicle is used and perform ride and physical evaluations. Get an understanding of the vehicle’s repair history, the way the vehicle handles and its intended use for clues if the shocks might need changing. Next, take the vehicle for a test drive to determine whether the vehicle’s steering, stopping and stability are compromised. Wrap up the inspection with a physical examination for symptoms of wear which may indicate new shocks are required.
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So I decided to give them a try. I still put Ranchos (RS5166) on the front axle. The Monroes raised my Tahoe's rear end by 1.25 inches (measured road surface to bumper). These shocks do not give you a bumpy ride when you drive your truck empty, but ... when you load a 1000 lbs of stuff (we recently moved, I did it, I can tell you!), you don't have a saggy rear. You are still good to go and do not have to be afraid to bottom out at every road bump!
Pros: if you haul lots of lbs now and then or if you tow a trailer - get these shocks.
Cons: Depending on your application you might have to "make space". I had to bend the left rear brake line a bit to get it out of the way. Because of the coil springs these shocks need a little more space. And assembly can be a pain. You can compress a standard shock with your bare hands (slowly) before assembly which can make it a lot easier to "put it in". The coil spring will render any compression attempts futile.
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Reviewed in Canada on December 3, 2018