Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 70jimmy, Sep 24, 2006.
Where can I order shocks by knowing what the collapsed and extended lengths I want are???? Thanks.
I did mine through 4wheel parts. my guys here are great.
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....
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.
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.
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.
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.
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