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Old 02-04-2006, 07:13 AM   #31
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I've been reading all of this about the Reflexes not being available. What would be the best recommendation for replacements???
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Monroe Matic Plus or Monroe Sensatrack

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There is old stock around if you DON'T have ELC. But you do. I wouldn't reccommend losing that feature.

Sensatrac'* and KYB GR-2 are the next step down in damping rate/response.
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I've been reading all of this about the Reflexes not being available. What would be the best recommendation for replacements???
There is old stock around if you DON'T have ELC. But you do. I wouldn't reccommend losing that feature.

Sensatrac'* and KYB GR-2 are the next step down in damping rate/response.
Both of these have the ELC support??
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KYB doesn't have ELC support.

Monroe Sensatrac does.
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As was suspected Sensatracks showed up...but in reflex boxes. They have gone back, I returned them to the store. Ah well.

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Does anyone need a Monroe 931822 Shock?
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Shoulda kept 'em. They're equal to the KYB and they have ELC support.
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The Monroe website link to the CCR disable procedure no longer exists. Is there another link to the procedure? Is it really necessary to further disable the CCR after the shock swap out?
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