KYB 565043 | Front Suspension Shock Absorber

Part Number
565043
High Pressure Monotube Gas Shock

Fits: 80-96 Ford Bronco, 80-83 Ford F-100, 80-96 Ford F-150, 80-99 Ford F-250, 80-97 Ford F-350, 83-89 Ford Ranger, 84-89 Ford Bronco II, 97-04 Dodge Dakota, 97 Ford F-250 HD, 98-03 Dodge Durango

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Tough conditions demand tough truck shocks. The large bore KYB MonoMax provides the additional stability that heavier, more powerful or high center of gravity vehicles demand. The KYB MonoMax is a heavy duty monotube shock absorber that provides the most handling, control and durability of any KYB shock; and its just for trucks. The MonoMaxs tough design automatically adjusts to driving conditions with fade-free performance. The KYB MonoMax has an outstanding reputation for vehicles that do real work, go off-road, tow a trailer or haul heavy loads. It uses a work-ready, zinc-coated steel piston ring and includes an off-road dust boot.


BRAND: KYB




FEATURES:


  • High Pressure Monotube Gas Shock


SPECIFICS:


B-stopN
Compressed Length9.84
Dust Cover IncludedY
Extended Length14.09
Feature and Benefit 1MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE UPGRADE WITH UP TO 40% MORE DAMPING PERFORMANCE THAN STANDARD SHOCK ABSORBERS
Feature and Benefit 2PERFECT SOLUTION WHEN YOU NEED TO UPGRADE SUSPENSION PERFORMANCE ON YOUR DODGE TRUCK
Feature and Benefit 3TRUCK MONOTUBE DESIGN OUTPERFORMS ALL OTHER STANDARD SHOCK ABSORBERS
Feature and Benefit 4ZINC-COATED, STAINLESS STEEL PISTON RING PROVIDES A POSITIVE SEAL IN THE MOST EXTREME CONDITIONS
Feature and Benefit 5RUBBER BOOT TO PROTECT THE SHAFT AND KEEP DIRT AND DEBRIS AWAY FROM THE SEALS
Feature and Benefit 6ENGINEERED TO HELP VEHICLES WITH ELECTRONIC SAFETY SYSTEMS (ESC, ABS, ETC.)
Lower Mount TypeE2(12X38)
R-stopY
Stroke Length4.25
Upper Mount TypeS1



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APPLICATIONS:


  • 1983-1988 Ford Ranger - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Exc. High Ryder Option
  • 1984-1988 Ford Bronco II - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1980-1996 Ford F-150 - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1983-1988 Ford Ranger - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Exc. High Ryder Option Standard Non-Lifted Suspensions
  • 1989-1989 Ford Ranger - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Exc. High Ryder Option Standard Non-Lifted Suspensions To 9/1989
  • 1989-1989 Ford Bronco II - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade To 9/1989
  • 1997-1997 Ford F-250 HD - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade (Over 8500GVW)
  • 1980-1996 Ford Bronco - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Quad Shock Option - Rearward Mounting of the Front Axle Standard Non-Lifted Suspensions
  • 1980-1983 Ford F-100 - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1980-1996 Ford F-150 - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Quad Shock Option - Rearward Mounting of the Front Axle
  • 1980-1996 Ford F-250 - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1998-2003 Dodge Durango - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Standard Non-Lifted Suspensions
  • 1989-1989 Ford Ranger - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Exc. High Ryder Option To 9/1989
  • 1997-2004 Dodge Dakota - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade Standard Non-Lifted Suspensions
  • 1980-1996 Ford F-150 - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade w/o Quad Shock Option
  • 1980-1997 Ford F-350 - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade (Exc. Motorhome)
  • 1997-1999 Ford F-250 - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade (Over 8500GVW)
  • 1980-1996 Ford Bronco - Position: Front
    • Maximum Monotube Performance Upgrade (Exc. Quad Shock Option) Standard Non-Lifted Suspensions
Customer Questions
How often should shock absorbers be replaced?
Shock absorbers should generally be replaced every 50,000 miles or every 5-7 years
How to replace shock absorbers?
To replace shock absorbers, you need to remove the wheel and tire assembly, unbolt the old shock absorber, replace it with a new one, and tighten the bolts. Then, reinstall the wheel and tire, and test the new shocks.
Why do shock absorbers leak?
Shock absorbers can leak due to worn seals, damage to the piston or cylinder, or corrosion from exposure to moisture and road salt.
Can shock absorbers be replaced?
Yes, shock absorbers can be replaced when they start to wear out or fail.
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