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The Monroe® Magnum™ shock absorber for class 3-6 Vehicles is gas-charged for quicker response and a stable, more comfortable ride. Replacing worn-out units with hard-working Magnum™ shocks can help reduce excessive vibration. The result can be better tire life, less downtime and a lower cost per mile.
BRAND: Monroe Shocks & Struts
- .05-inch Pressure tube withstanding pressure of 9KPSI
- 10-stage valving: Reacts to wide range of driving conditions - on most applications
- Nitrogen gas-charged: For improved ride and handling, helps maintain tire to road contact by reducing aeration - on most applications
- Robust hydraulic lock-out: Prevents over-extension of the suspension, top-out of the piston and averts damage to the seal assembly - on most applications
- 2-inch (50.8 mm) or 2-1/4-inch (57.2 mm) reserve tube: More fluid for more consistent performance - when required
- PTFE coated bearing: Reduces friction during operation between the rod and rod guide, improving durability - on most applications
- Monroe Shocks & Struts Magnum 66719 Shock Absorber
- 1-3/8-inch (35 mm) bore: Larger bore than most shocks to provide more efficient and consistent control - on most applications
- Loop welding technique: Resistance weld with additional 360-degree weld provide up to 13,100 lbs. (6,395 kg) tensile strength for maximum durability - when required
- 2006-1981 Mack DM Front, 2002-1981 Mack DM600 Front
- Tenneco shouldered bushings: Shouldered bushing and bonded bushing with sleeve designs prevent (bushing walkout) for improved quality and durability - on most applications
- Magnum Shock Absorber
- Magnum Shock Absorber
|Compressed Bumper Stop||No|
|Dust Shield Included||Yes|
|Dust Shield Material||Metal|
|Extended Bumper Stop||No|
|Extended Hydraulic Lockout||No|
|Lower Mounting Code||LS54|
|Lower Mounting Description||Loop Bushing & Sleeve Mount - 3/4" Sleeve ID X 1.3/4" Sleeve OAL|
|Upper Mounting Code||LS54|
|Upper Mounting Description||Loop Bushing & Sleeve Mount - 3/4" Sleeve ID X 1.3/4" Sleeve OAL|
- Monroe Vintage: 600152
- Gabriel: 727672
- Nuturn/leland: L59101
- Monroe Vintage: 601152
- Mack: 600152MT
- Neway: 57306719
- Chevrolet: 3919593
- International: AMS600152
- General Motors: 3919593
- Mack: 14QK2100P8
- VOLVO / WHITE / GMC: 3919593
- OEM: 14QK2100P8
- Gabriel: 83242
- Euclid: E83242
- Mack: 25624706
- Monroe Vintage: 6719
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.