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Best deal on Monroes and install help?

Discussion in 'Shocks, Suspensions, Lift Kits' started by CaptKirk, December 20, 2004.

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      :usa: I am looking for the Monroe sensatrac load levelers. Where is the best place to purchase these. I tried Murrays where I normally get my parts and they wanted $70 a piece! I have seen them on line for about $100 for the pair.
      Also, has anyone installed these? Do you need a spring compressor to do this?
      Thanks fo any input!
       
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      go to advance auto.. bring them the part number though, sometimes people are too lazy to open a book.
       
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      I did see that write up. But, the ones I am looking to get have a spring built into them to help with a load or trailoring. So, they are different.
       
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      Aren't those the same shocks that Sears offer for like 50 bucks each installed?
       
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      do you have a link to what you want to buy?
       
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      for that kind of money I would just get rancho RS9000s. Much better shock IMO.
       
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      Capt...I installed the load levelers in the rear...a major pain without the spring compressor. I can try to help you thru the install, so if you need it PM me. Now my records are shakey but I seem to remember that I got them here:

      http://www.pickproparts.com/.

      I know I posted the price I paid for them in an earlier thread and I'm pretty sure it was a lot less than you're talking (I seem to remember $45-50 ea. but once again I'm shakey on this). I know if you do a search and maybe refine it with replies from me you may find the thread I'm talking about. I will try and look for it too and I'll post it here if I can find it.

      Lee
       
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