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Where to order shocks by measurements?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 70jimmy, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. 70jimmy

    70jimmy 3/4 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    Where can I order shocks by knowing what the collapsed and extended lengths I want are???? Thanks.
     
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    I did mine through 4wheel parts. my guys here are great.
     
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    back pages of the catolog..

    In the back pages of the catelog,there is a size chart where shocks are listed by extended and collapsed length,and bushing style..at least my 1990's Monroe book does....:crazy:
     
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    back pages of the catolog..

    In the back pages of the catelog,there is a size chart where shocks are listed by extended and collapsed length,and bushing style..at least my 1990's Monroe book does....:crazy:
     
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    back pages of the catolog..

    In the back pages of the catelog,there is a size chart where shocks are listed by extended and collapsed length,and bushing style..at least my 1990's Monroe book does....:crazy:
     
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    You can always look them up online with the manufacturers. Gabriel has their catalog in PDF form online with all the measurements and part numbers you could ever want. I know superlift does the same, I'm sure most do.
     
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    I know your application, Huge By Large by First Gen.
    What lenghts are you after?
    Skyjacker Has 300 apllications listed , depends on what your after.
    This is by extended length/ travel / Gas or Hydro or Adjustable/ Ect.
    Quick help may be Pro Comp Shocks / Lifetime Warranty/ @ www.summitracing.com
    PN# EXP-34000, 20"-34" Ext. length Gas $33 bucks
    PN# EXP-33600, 21"-36" "" "" "" $33 bucks
    PN# EXP-93400, 20"-34" "" "" Gas/ ten stage valving $35
    PN# EXP- 93600, 21"-36" " " "" """ """ "" @ $35
    All shocks travel @ about 14 to 15''
    You have to love shocks that come in feet , not inches, good luck.
     
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    That's what I was going to recommend (Summit). They have the pro comps listed for the travel, collapse, and extended lengths. Probably the other shocks too, but I only looked at the comps.
     
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    Yep they had a few different brands listed with lengths but some were still by application.

    This is a problem when you have changed your application's mounting points on both the axle and frame. :doah:
     

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