KYB KG5522 | Rear Suspension Shock Absorber

Part Number
KG5522
High Pressure Monotube Gas Shock for Cars and Trucks

Fits: 55-57 Chevrolet Bel Air, 65-74 Ford Country Sedan, 65-74 Mercury Colony Park, 65-68 Mercury Montclair, 65-74 Mercury Monterey, 69-71 Lincoln Mark III, 70-80 Lincoln Continental, 71-78 American Motors Matador, 75-78 Mercury Grand Marquis, 80-88 American Motors Eagle, 81-89 Lincoln Town Car, 65-74 Ford Country Squire, 65-67 Ford Galaxie, 65-74 Ford Galaxie 500, 65-78 Ford LTD, 67-71 Ford Thunderbird, 67-78 Mercury Marquis, 70-74 American Motors Ambassador, 70 American Motors Rebel, 98-03 Toyota Sienna
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Description


High Pressure Monotube Gas Shock for Cars and Trucks

The KYB Gas-a-just monotube shock absorber has additional performance advantages over the traditional twin-tube design: It can instantly, automatically adjust to your performance needs and never experiences fade due to aeration. The KYB Gas-a-just has two separate working chambers: An air-free hydraulic piston and valve area for responsiveness and control, and a second high-pressure nitrogen gas area with a floating piston that provides a comfortable ride during normal driving and adds instant performance on demand.


Features


  • Adds Up To 25% More Damping Performance Over Original Equipment Shocks
  • Components And Valving Designed Specifically For Classic Cars
  • Gas-A-Just Monotubes Include Additional Damping Over Oe Design For Vehicles That Work, Tow, And Have Larger, Heavier Tires & Wheels
  • High Pressure Monotube Design Separates The Gas And Oil For Fade Free Operation And Instant Response
  • Fluid Leaking Can Be A Cause Of Shock Failure, The Kyb Gas-A-Just Has An Ultra-Smooth Triple Chrome Plated Chrome Piston Rod To Reduce Seal Wear
  • The Higher Gas Pressure Of The Kyb Gas-A-Just Responds Quickly To Improve Steering Response
  • Electronic Safety Systems Depend On The Suspension, Brakes And Tires Operating As The Vehicle Manufacturer Intended. The Kyb Gas-A-Just Helps Keep Electronic Safety Systems Performing As Designed.


Specifications


B-stop:N
Compressed Length:13.03
Dust Cover Included:Y
Extended Length:21.3
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 1:Adds up to 25% more damping performance over original equipment shocks
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 2:Components and valving designed specifically for classic cars
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 3:Gas-a-Just monotubes include additional damping over OE design for vehicles that work, tow, and have larger, heavier tires & wheels
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 4:High pressure monotube design separates the gas and oil for fade free operation and instant response
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 5:Fluid leaking can be a cause of shock failure, the KYB Gas-a-just has an ultra-smooth triple chrome plated chrome piston rod to reduce seal wear
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 6:The higher gas pressure of the KYB Gas-a-Just responds quickly to improve steering response
FEATURE AND BENEFIT 7:Electronic safety systems depend on the suspension, brakes and tires operating as the vehicle manufacturer intended. The KYB Gas-a-just helps keep Electronic Safety Systems performing as designed.
Internal Rebound Spring:N
Lower Mount Type:E1
R-stop:N
Stroke Length:8.27
Upper Mount Type:S1


Interchange


  • Monroe Shocks & Struts: 37243
  • Gabriel: G63610


Fitment


  • 1965-1974 Ford Country Squire        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1965-1978 Ford LTD        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1965-1974 Mercury Colony Park        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1965-1968 Mercury Montclair        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1970-1974 American Motors Ambassador        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1970 American Motors Rebel        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1970-1980 Lincoln Continental        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1971-1978 American Motors Matador        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1975-1978 Mercury Grand Marquis        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1982-1989 Lincoln Town Car        Position: Rear        Note: Recommended OEM Replacement;Limousine
  • 1955-1957 Chevrolet Bel Air        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1965-1974 Ford Country Sedan        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1965-1967 Ford Galaxie        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1965-1974 Ford Galaxie 500        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1965-1974 Mercury Monterey        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1967-1971 Ford Thunderbird        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1967-1978 Mercury Marquis        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1969-1971 Lincoln Mark III        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1980-1988 American Motors Eagle        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1981 Lincoln Town Car        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade
  • 1982-1989 Lincoln Town Car        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade;(Exc. Limousine)
  • 1998-2003 Toyota Sienna        Position: Rear        Note: Monotube Performance Upgrade


Customer Questions
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What Do Your Shocks Do?
Car shocks absorb impact from bumps and uneven road surfaces, improving ride comfort and handling. It's recommended to replace shocks every 50,000 miles for optimal performance. Shop shocks for your car at PartsHawk.com.
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