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Old 09-24-2013, 08:02 PM   #1162
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Old 09-25-2013, 11:41 AM   #1164
SHHHH, this is interesting
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Awwww shiet! So this is the one for our trucks? If so I'm ordering today
should be lol.

OEM rear shocks (XR shock specs but you get the idea)
Compressed Length - 12.13
Extended Length - 19.07
Travel - 6.94
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...er=835354_0_0_


MA 777 specs -
Compressed Length - 12.500" (at Bumper or Lockout contact)
Extended Length - 20.5"
Travel - 8"
http://www.justsuspension.com/monroe...ock-ma777.html
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Old 09-25-2013, 11:48 AM   #1166
SHHHH, this is interesting
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also the shocks you want NEED to have a "Eye" on the bottom and a "Stud" on the top in order to work on the 2nd gens. No, you CAN NOT turn shocks upside down, they won't work properly if you do that, UNLESS the shocks were made to work inverted and such, then it's fine. Other than that, it's a NO NO.

Quick ref.
shock "EYE"
http://www.superiorengineering.com.a...ye%20shock.jpg

shock "STUD"
http://1.cdn.lib.americanmuscle.com/...%209404-10.jpg

what shock should look like (obviously get the correct measurements needed)
http://grantkustoms.com/catalog/images/55R041.jpg
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Old 09-25-2013, 08:56 PM   #1168
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:05 AM   #1169
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should be lol.

OEM rear shocks (XR shock specs but you get the idea)
Compressed Length - 12.13
Extended Length - 19.07
Travel - 6.94
http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...er=835354_0_0_


MA 777 specs -
Compressed Length - 12.500" (at Bumper or Lockout contact)
Extended Length - 20.5"
Travel - 8"
http://www.justsuspension.com/monroe...ock-ma777.html
The shocks look like they would fit from the pics, but when I type in our truck amazon is saying it doesn't fit this vehicle. Hmmmm
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Old 09-26-2013, 01:09 AM   #1170
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The shocks look like they would fit from the pics, but when I type in our truck amazon is saying it doesn't fit this vehicle. Hmmmm
Shit I totally forgot to ask my frien what he was running that's why I never get back to u my bad
But I remember him telling me that they are made for a ford can but they fit our tacos when I have the chance I'll ask em I still ain't home that's why
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:12 PM   #1171
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Shit I totally forgot to ask my frien what he was running that's why I never get back to u my bad
But I remember him telling me that they are made for a ford can but they fit our tacos when I have the chance I'll ask em I still ain't home that's why
thanks bro, let me know when you get a chance id lik to try these out, supposably they are good for up too 1200lbs!!! curious about how the minimum psi will be with ride, if ill be riding exactly how i am now or if it will raise me or not. but it would be nice to carry my bike without being an inch higher like i am with the roadmaster. if these shocks work out ill probably sell that system and use these!
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Old 09-26-2013, 12:54 PM   #1172
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thanks bro, let me know when you get a chance id lik to try these out, supposably they are good for up too 1200lbs!!! curious about how the minimum psi will be with ride, if ill be riding exactly how i am now or if it will raise me or not. but it would be nice to carry my bike without being an inch higher like i am with the roadmaster. if these shocks work out ill probably sell that system and use these!
With no or lil air they bottome out because they aren't notched I think full air (like 100 psi) it raises em like inch half or 2 inch with nothing inside and if I jump in (180lbs) I can't make it move but you can fill em to just before they start to raise up for a stiffer ride like qa1s and just pump em up when come time to load it up I would try em it's $60 I believe can't really go wrong better than spending 300 plus on a bag kit
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thanks bro, let me know when you get a chance id lik to try these out, supposably they are good for up too 1200lbs!!! curious about how the minimum psi will be with ride, if ill be riding exactly how i am now or if it will raise me or not. but it would be nice to carry my bike without being an inch higher like i am with the roadmaster. if these shocks work out ill probably sell that system and use these!
I keep 10psi in mine all the time an it rides great. When I air them all the way up it raises the truck up like an inch an a half.

My truck has the same rear shocks as the Ford windstar.
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Old 09-26-2013, 10:10 PM   #1174
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Old 09-27-2013, 10:03 AM   #1175
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With no or lil air they bottome out because they aren't notched I think full air (like 100 psi) it raises em like inch half or 2 inch with nothing inside and if I jump in (180lbs) I can't make it move but you can fill em to just before they start to raise up for a stiffer ride like qa1s and just pump em up when come time to load it up I would try em it's $60 I believe can't really go wrong better than spending 300 plus on a bag kit
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I keep 10psi in mine all the time an it rides great. When I air them all the way up it raises the truck up like an inch an a half.

My truck has the same rear shocks as the Ford windstar.
Thanks guys. Yah its so cheap even if I'm not happy with it, no biggy. Seems pretty sweet tho!!
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hmmmm they show up for me i even logged out and looked dont know what it could be.
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Thanks guys. Yah its so cheap even if I'm not happy with it, no biggy. Seems pretty sweet tho!!
the deal with the monroe ma777 airshocks are that you have to grind down the eye portion of the shock so that they fit into the space on our trucks. the eye thats on there is about 1/8" that you have to grind on each side of the bushing.. dont quote me on the measurement, its just a guess. haha
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hmmmm they show up for me i even logged out and looked dont know what it could be.
try post again or post the link to the host site?
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