Gas-Matic LT Shock Absorber
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Monroe Gas-Matic LT Shock Absorber

Part No. 59576 Warranty Details  
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Gas-charged shock absorber that provides improved vehicle control for today's light trucks, vans, full-size picks-ups and 4x4's at an economical price.

Product Features:
  • Available for import and domestic trucks, vans, full-size pick-ups and 4x4's
  • Gas-charged unit
  • Improved handling and control
  • Economical OE replacement
  • Meets OE product specifications
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Compressed Length:13.375 in
Extended Length:21 in
Travel Length:7.625 in

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  • Q:

    which shocks better gas-matic or gas magugum?
    Asked on 1/20/2015 by Noah from United States

    1 answer



      I'm glad to assist, Noah! The Monroe Gas-Matic LT Shock Absorber (Part No. 59576) is considered the economical replacement option. This shock provides an ideal balance of comfort and control for any driving condition. It features Velocity Proportional Valving (VPV) technology that provides proportional damping based on the speed of vehicle-to-road impact.

      The Monroe Gas-Magnum Shock Absorber (Part No. 34960) is designed for mid to full size, hard working pick-up trucks and vans. It features an expanded reserve tube for greater oil capacity to better dissipate heat and the Velocity Proportional Valving (VPV) technology.

      Answered on 1/21/2015 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
  • Q:

    how can you tell if a gas shock is good or bad. the shock is off the vehicle
    Asked on 6/22/2012 by the lone wrencher. and pronto from austin

    1 answer



      The easy way to test a bad gas shock absorber is to push down at each corner of the vehicle in order to bounce it up and down. Once it gets going, stop and count the bounces till it stops. It should only take 1-1/2 bounces to stop. You should also look at the shocks to see if there is any leakage, or if the shaft is bent. For any further assistance please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto store and one of our representatives will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

      Answered on 6/23/2012 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
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