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πŸš— Enhance Vehicle Performance with Monroe SC2958 Magnum Axle Shaft Damper Review



Very good

Revainrating 4.5 out of 5Β Β 
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Description of πŸš— Enhance Vehicle Performance with Monroe SC2958 Magnum Axle Shaft Damper

1/2 inch Piston Rod: Heavy-duty nitro carburized rod for long service life. All Weather Fluid: Contains special modifiers to reduce friction and ensure smooth rod reaction. Full Displaced Valving: Better valving range on both the compression and extension cycles of the unit for a smooth comfortable ride. Made in China.


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

You need two new shock absorbers!

Fits perfectly and removes flapping from the back of the car. Easy installation in 20 minutes. Be ready to buy two new screws. Old bolts are usually so rusty that they wear out and you have to run to your local auto parts store and buy two new shock bolts!

  • Very good value for money
  • Unbelievable price

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Fifth Mystery Child

If you have a 1995-2001 Ford Explorer, yes you have this and yes you probably need it. Even though it was bought with brand new shocks (Monroe always makes good ones), it helped stabilize my ride and keep the rear end stable. I'm happy with it and haven't regretted it since. When you buy it, buy a small shoe with it. This will keep it a little cleaner underneath if and when you need to replace it again.

  • Quality construction
  • Requires socket

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Nice shock, had to cut the metal collar with a hacksaw to fit.

I bought a shock absorber to replace a 1999 Ford Explorer. The problem when I got this was that the collar in the wellies was too big 2 to fit in the brace. I had to use a hacksaw to cut 1/8" or 1/4" off each end of the shock. I'm not sure if this is due to the bent frame, but the damper didn't fit my car. Since I went to the trouble of replacing it, I'll offer some advice to those who will. . Tip number one: Buy a 12x1.75 tap and a thread cleaner. 20 years of rust prevented two screws from…

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