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Strut Assembly Installation – Avoiding Noise Issues
Strut Assembly Installation – Avoiding Noise Issues
Noise can occur due to improper mount loading during installation. This can result in mount damage or a crushed bearing. Make sure to follow the proper installation procedure for strut assemblies.
Weepage vs. Leakage
Weepage vs. Leakage
Leaking fluid doesn’t necessarily mean shock or strut failure. Make sure to follow the proper inspection procedure to determine weepage or leakage.
Conventional Bushing on Ford F-150 and Ford Expeditions
Conventional Bushing on Ford F-150 and Ford Expeditions
The Monroe Quick-Strut assembly for this application includes the necessary rotational bushings, which are designed to improve ride comfort, handling and service life through reduced suspension friction.
Recognizing The Difference Between Stem Mount Designs
Recognizing The Difference Between Stem Mount Designs
It is important to follow the proper installation procedures for each type of shock absorber stem mount. Over/under torquing the stem cushions can result in ride and durability complaints.
Monroe Quick-Strut® Specialized Springs
Monroe Quick-Strut® Specialized Springs
Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are designed to replicate the OE spring technologies that are incorporated into the suspensions of today’s modern European, Asian and North American vehicles.
Understanding No or Slow Rod Extension
Understanding No or Slow Rod Extension
Rod reaction can vary between two units of the same design. Once these units are broken in, however, they will provide the same performance.