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Monroe shock absorbers and struts deliver precision steering and handling! Our complete in-stock selection of Monroe parts includes shock absorbers and struts, lift support shocks, mounting kits, shock and strut hardware installation kits, truck shocks, and more. Monroe shocks are designed to fit vehicle makes and models dating back to 1946 for front and rear, and both driver and passenger side. Whether towing down the street or blazing down the track, experience the Monroe difference at Summit Racing!
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These Monroe Max Air shock absorbers are ideal for vehicles that haul heavy loads or tow trailers. They are designe...
These Monroe Magnum steering stabilizers are designed to help stop vibration before it gets to the driver at th...
These Monroe Sensa-Trac shocks and struts with PSD (Position Sensitive Dampening) and the Safe Tech system com...
Monroe Monro-Matic Plus shocks and struts are nitrogen gas charged and feature velocity-proportional val...
These Monroe Max-Lift support shocks are exact replacements for worn-out factory lift supports. They feature a nitr...
These Monroe Quick struts include all of the components required for strut replacement in a single, fully assembled unit. Most...
These Monroe Econo-Matics are complete, ready-to-install replacement strut assemblies. Each unit features a pr...
Protect your shocks from damage with Monroe Shock-Mate shock absorber boot kits! These universal replac...
Monroe Air Shock adapter kits have the hardware that you need to fit your air adjustable shocks. The kits include on...
These Monroe Gas-Magnum shocks provide firm control without a harsh ride by using up to twice the fluid capacity of stand...
Monroe Monro-Magnum 70 shocks are designed to deliver a firm, controlled ride for greater stability and increased dr...
These Monroe Sensa-Trac shocks and struts with PSD (Position Sensitive Dampening) and the Safe Te...
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