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|Compressed Length:||15 in|
|Dust Shield Included:||Yes|
|Extended Length:||23.625 in|
|Travel Length:||8.625 in|
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Comments about Monroe Sensa-Trac Load Adjusting Shock Absorber:
Shocks handled 8,000lb trailer weight w/o any problems. Leakage was observed at around 16 months after installation.
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Q:Can these shocks be used on a 2003 GMC Denali to convert the system to a passive system ( eliminating the air shocks to conventional shocks)
A:No, this part does not fit your vehicle.
A:Will they fit? yes. However, keep in mind if you pull the stock air shocks, then the SCM (suspension control module) will throw a "Service Ride Control" light. its not simply a bulb on the dash, it shows on the "message center". The missing air shocks will cause the compressor to run constantly. You can pull the fuse for the SCM to disable the compressor, but you are still left with the message in the "message center" above your gear selector. only way to get the light out, is to disconnect the SCM (under drivers dash), get your hands on the GM Tech 2, delete all your RPO codes, and input them all back in minus the Z55(Autoride) code. A tech 2 runs anywhere from 1400 to $4000. Strutmasters offers passive kits with specialized resistors for $300 an axle for shocks, and the resistors will stop the "service ride control" light. They will NOT sell the resistors alone. so the choice is yours, stick with autoride, which can cause more problems later, get the kit, or deal with the light...
Q:the coiled over sensa trac shocks are they self adjusting?
A:They should be.