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|Compatible With Factory Air Or Electronic Suspensions:||Yes|
|Compressed Length:||13.625 in|
|Extended Length:||18.000 in|
|Travel Length:||4.375 in|
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Comments about Monroe Specialty Shock Absorber:
Product is fine if you don't want to pay for Ford parts. It's a one for one replacement except for the bushings and nuts. They were standard but to me sub std.
You will need a second jack to lift the upper/lower control arms to wiggle the shock into place, not a big deal, you could block it.
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Q:how do i compress the "Specialty Ride Control Unit" for installation?
A:For help with your project, I recommend purchasing a Haynes repair manual specifically for your vehicle. This should be able to assist you further into detail on how to repair or replace specific parts.
Q:Does thie product allow for air suspension? I have a 2000 Navigator. Are additional items needed or is this product sold in a complete package?
A:Yes, Get your electronic or air suspension back to fresh-from-factory condition or convert them to non-electric conventional units with Monroe Specialty Shocks or Struts. They are available as direct bolt-in units covering a wide range of applications and it does not include the Compressed Bumper Stop, Extended Bumper Stop, Extended Hydraulic Lockout and Compressed Hydraulic Lockout.
Q:does it take any type of speciality tool to release the air supply line?
Q:what is the shocks length?
A:Compressed Length: 13.625"