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|Compressed Length:||15.500 in|
|Extended Length:||25.750 in|
|Travel Length:||10.250 in|
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Comments about Monroe Max-Air Air Shock Absorber:
you need to have air pressure info ring for T-Valve and T-Valve needs to be Brass as its harder to prevent accidental damamage . also a Metal cap for T-Valve ... Being Cheap Made Ain't Better
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Q:Your question about: Max-Air Air Shock Absorber has been answered.
A:Hello JonnyG. Happy to help with your question! These shocks filled at max will lift your truck 7 ¾ inches up.
Q:how much higher will these raise my truck?
A:Hi Jonny! Happy to help you. Please provide us the year, make, model and engine size of your vehicle to check the required information.
Q:What is the maximum air and the least air u can run in the shocks
A:I'm happy to help, Jimmy! These Monroe Max-Air Air Shock Absorbers (Part No. MA775) can be deflated to 20 psi and inflated to 150 psi. This information is located in the Description tab.
Q:will these handle the towing capacity of the truck?
A:This Monroe Max-Air Air Shock Absorber - part# MA775 is ideal for vehicles that haul heavy loads or tow trailers. In order to check the exact fit, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle. For any further assistance, you may also call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Q:Do these shocks come as a set or is the price of of 77.99 for one shock only.
A:This part Monroe Max-Air Air Shock Absorber, Part No. MA775 manufactured by Monroe is sold as a pair.
Q:will putting these on my truck help with the swaying at highway speed when i have my slide in camper on the truck. the truck is body lifted 3inches and sits on 35's any help would be wonderful.
A:One reason for your truck swaying, could be the height of your truck and with the camper on the back, there is a larger surface area for the wind to hit. A set of air shocks may help a little bit with it, but most likely they will not fix the problem.