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Ideal for hauling, Monroe® Max-Air® shock absorbers can be inflated or deflated up to 150 PSI to maintain level height with additional weight up to 1,200 lbs. (capacity is limited by vehicle suspension, tires and transmission. See vehicle owner's manual.)
BRAND: Monroe Shocks & Struts
- Max-Air Shock Absorber
- CONSISTENT RIDE -- OE all-weather fluid contains special modifiers to handle extreme temperatures and help reduce friction and ensure smooth rod reaction
- MAINTAIN RIDE HEIGHT UNDER LOAD -- Air chamber can be inflated or deflated up to 150 PSI to maintain level height with additional weight up to 1,200 lbs. (capacity is limited by suspension, tires and transmission; see owner's manual)
- Max-Air Shock Absorber
- EASY TO ADJUST -- Special air fitting resists air leakage and ties into factory system (where applicable) or manually inflates with an air compressor; pair with Monroe air shock accessory and shock air hose AK kits (varies by application)
- EXCEPTIONAL HANDLING -- Full-displaced valving on compression and extension cycles for a smooth ride
- 1981-1970 Chevrolet Camaro Rear, 1981-1970 Pontiac Firebird Rear
- Monroe Shocks & Struts Max-Air MA708 Shock Absorber
- BUILT TO LAST -- Hardened and precision ground piston rod for consistent performance, sintered iron piston for enhanced durability and longer service life and lubricated air sleeve reduces friction for smooth operation
|Compressed Bumper Stop||Yes|
|Dust Shield Included||Yes|
|Dust Shield Material||Rubber|
|Extended Bumper Stop||Yes|
|Extended Hydraulic Lockout||No|
|Lower Mounting Code||S4|
|Lower Mounting Description||Stem Mount - 2.3/8" Stem Length X 3/8"-16 Thread Pitch|
|Upper Mounting Code||XP7|
|Upper Mounting Description||Cross Pin Mount - Closed Ended, 5/16" Hole ID (Both Ends) X 2.7/8" Pin Length (Hole Center to Center)|
- Gabriel: 49135
- 1970-1981 Pontiac Firebird - Position: Rear
- 1970-1981 Chevrolet Camaro - Position: Rear
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.