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2004 Ford E-150 Shock Absorber Motorcraft

P311-41628DC    New

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Motorcraft Shock Absorber
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • with Handling Package
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2004 - Ford E-150
Motorcraft
2007 Ford E-150 Shock Absorber Motorcraft

P311-41628DC    New

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$45.44
Motorcraft Shock Absorber
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • To 10/16/06
Brand: Motorcraft
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2007 - Ford E-150
Sachs
1981 Jaguar XJ12 Shock Absorber Sachs

P311-509B940    New

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$126.02
Sachs Shock Absorber
  • Requires upper bushings # CBC 5616
  • Front
Brand: Sachs
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1981 - Jaguar XJ12
Sachs
1994 Jaguar XJS Shock Absorber Sachs

P311-509B940    New

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$126.02
Sachs Shock Absorber
  • Chas: -192350
  • Requires upper bushings # CBC 5616
  • Front
Brand: Sachs
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1994 - Jaguar XJS
Sachs
1992 Jaguar XJS Shock Absorber Sachs

P311-509B940    New

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$126.02
Sachs Shock Absorber
  • Chas: 188105-192350, w/o "Sports pack"
  • Requires upper bushings # CBC 5616
  • Front
Brand: Sachs
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1992 - Jaguar XJS
Boge
1961 Jaguar XKE Shock Absorber Boge

P311-4F4282B    New

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$87.95
Boge Shock Absorber
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Rear
Brand: Boge
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1961 - Jaguar XKE
Motorcraft
1993 Lincoln Mark VIII Shock Absorber Motorcraft

P311-58B96E6    New

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$154.63
Motorcraft Shock Absorber
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Rear
Brand: Motorcraft
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1993 - Lincoln Mark VIII
Motorcraft
2004 Ford E-150 Shock Absorber Motorcraft

P311-2A1C3C7    New

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$50.69
Motorcraft Shock Absorber
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2004 - Ford E-150
Genuine
1992 Mazda 929 Shock Absorber Genuine

P311-51AC095    New

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$242.42
Genuine Shock Absorber
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Rear - Right
Brand: Genuine
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1992 - Mazda 929
Genuine
1992 Mazda 929 Shock Absorber Genuine

P311-45EB9FB    New

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$230.94
Genuine Shock Absorber
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Rear - Left
Brand: Genuine
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1992 - Mazda 929
KYB
1984 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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$51.52
KYB Shock Absorber
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1984 - Ford Bronco
KYB
1984 Ford Bronco Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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$84.53
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1984 - Ford Bronco
KYB
2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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$51.52
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excluding 137" & 156" Wheelbase
Brand: KYB
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2003 - Ford F-250 Super Duty
KYB
2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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$84.53
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excluding 137" & 156" Wheelbase
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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2003 - Ford F-250 Super Duty
KYB
1980 Ford F-350 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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$51.52
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excludes Dual Rear Wheels
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1980 - Ford F-350
KYB
1980 Ford F-350 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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$84.53
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Excludes Dual Rear Wheels
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1980 - Ford F-350
KYB
1985 Ford F-350 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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  • w/o Dual Rear Wheels
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1985 - Ford F-350
KYB
1985 Ford F-350 Shock Absorber KYB

P311-460CAB2    New

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$84.53
KYB Shock Absorber
  • w/o Dual Rear Wheels
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1985 - Ford F-350
KYB
1986 Volkswagen Vanagon Shock Absorber KYB

P311-55F5F56    New

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$34.95
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1986 - Volkswagen Vanagon
KYB
1986 Volkswagen Vanagon Shock Absorber KYB

P311-55F5F56    New

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$84.53
KYB Shock Absorber
  • Rear
Brand: KYB
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1986 - Volkswagen Vanagon

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Rusted out shock mounts

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Question From Scotty on Rusted out shock mounts

I have a 87 Nissan Pulsar that needs rear shocks, problem is the upper mounts are rusted out! How do I proceed and can it be fixed?

Response From Guest

Sorry, the body of the car is rusted. I think my only solution would be to rivet some metal in as the surounding metal is rusty also and can not be welded?

Response From Hammer Time

Are you saying that you can't get it apart because it's too rusty or that it needs to be replaced?

Response From Scotty

The upper mounting area is rusted out, the whole underside of the car is pretty rusty (1987).
Basically there will be nothing to bolt a new shock/strut to. Is there anyway I can fix this as my kid needs it for work this summer?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Your still not clear. Is it the part attached to the shock that is rusty or the body of the car?

Response From Hammer Time

Be very careful there. That is a structural part of the body and requires a lot of strength. A body shop could weld in a replacement section but it has to be done professionally.

load leveling shocks

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Question From jtbritt1 on load leveling shocks

I have a 2001 Olds Silhouette van that has load leveling shocks on the back. I don't know if the system is still working and was wondering if anyone knows if I can just put regular shocks on it.

Response From flgmtech1 Top Rated Answer

yes, you can put gas shocks, or you can replace with aftermarket air shocks a set that comes with the air lines and a valve to adjust to your desired level. IF you are not sure if the system is still operational or not, make sure to read your owners manual to remove the ELC relay so that the compressor does not try to engauge after the new shocks are installed.

rear shock replacement

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Question From Guest on rear shock replacement

how would u guys like to describe the procedures it takes to replace the rear shocks on a 1998 ford windstar van 3.8l northwoods edition. i once in a while tow a 16ft fiberglass boat.i am also wondering what effect load shocks with the spring around them may have on the ride and handling.

Response From Double J

http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800ae367

Check out the above site....how to's with pics.
I apologize for not being able to set up the link...
i'm having problems with the site at the moment...

Load shocks..your call there....once in a while tow may not require these.
Van used mainly for normal use most of the time?(Daily driver?)
IMO ..go with a good quality heavy duty shock for the rear and you should be ok.
Load shocks probably would firm up the ride quality .
Not a bad idea to use with towing.
Let us know what you install and how satisfied you are with the ride.It will help others.
Jim


Response From Tom Greenleaf





http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c152800ae367

I don't know what's happening Jim?? Here's part of what's at that link.......

T

Response From Guest Top Rated Answer

thanks guys looked it up and have it
may go with air shocks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Back at this and sorry I was caught up in the site not working more than your initial question. With the layout that did show I would go with air shocks if anything at all for a 16 foot boat trailer with EXTERNAL air bags on the shocks that are manually adjusted like tire pressure. Have a set on an pre-historic car (I never let go) now. They ride ok and with external bag vs internal bag they don't seem as stiff.

Advantage with "air shocks" is you get new shocks and adjustable lift. I've never used shocks with the spring wrapped around shock and worried that I wouldn't like the new ride height.

Check and don't know what's available for this is the "Cargo Coil" by Moog which doesn't alter height at all but is progressively stronger when loaded by the design of the metal coil. Those are my favs used on many RWD full size cars of my own and many others who expect to carry lots of stuff and or trailering. Then pick the shock you wish which is separate still.

Do know that any permanant change in ride height should have alignment checked and adjusted for that.

Happy boating!

T

1988 Town Car shock installation

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Question From jhardesty on 1988 Town Car shock installation

is there anyone that can help me with installing rear shock on
a 1988 Town Car... Need help the help thats available

Response From Tom Greenleaf

That top nut is a real pest and hard to get at. On some tighten it up till the old one breaks. Either way it can take from under the car or thru the wheel well. If they are originals you may have a hex on the shock side that is still hard to get at.

Not a good place for torches as it's too close to fuel lines, Happy fighting, T

Response From jhardesty Top Rated Answer

thank you very much

SHOCK INSTALLATION

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Question From cpetty on SHOCK INSTALLATION

I installed 2 rear shocks on a 2001 Dodge Durango. After only a few miles the shocks were loose and the top of the left one came loose and the shock hit the ground. Is there a trick to installing shocks other than just tightening the bolts and nuts?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

What style was the top? Just a stud with washers and rubber insulators and a nut on top or a butterfly type? That's way to fast for one to come completely off so perhaps tightening it up fooled you and it wasn't tight at all. Hit back and I'll try to suggest some solutions,

T