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Old 02-11-2007, 02:52 PM   #1
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Time has come, and the tax refund will be here soon. My struts/shocks, at least the rear, have been BAD for months. While there'* other things I'd like to use the money for (debt), I can't put this off any longer. I need confirmation in part numbers.

REAR: I know the whole story about reflexes being history. Seems like Advance has them but they only have part # 931799 (no air leveling). :( I'll get Sensatracs if I have to, but for $25 more I'd like Reflexes. Will search for 931798.

FRONT: For front struts is Monroe # 71822 correct for my application? Advance says it supercedes # 931822. Isn't that a Reflex part #!?

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MOUNTS: Currently searching for PNs. Front: 901922?? Rear...901953 (these are Monroe #*)


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In addition, will I need the adapter kits (AK43) as well?
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In addition, will I need the adapter kits (AK43) as well?
Thats a Bolt kit iirc

Pete go with the Sensatrac front and rear

The Reflexes are like gold, and have been discontinued for some time... Chances are on the high side that you will not find any

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Yeah, they are bolt kits, but the description says the struts may require it. IDK. lol

I will search a couple more places for the 931798s, if no luck, Sensatracs will be a helluva lot better than what I have now!
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Pete that means if your bolts are shot replace them... Unless thats a Camber kit.... I forget

Unless you bolts are frozen, or damaged, then you should not need the kit..

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No, I was just going to say, it'* if the bolts are damaged.

I think I have the correct #*.

Monroe Sensatracs:
Front: 71822
Rear: 71798
Mounts: what I posted above.
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