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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-17-2009, 08:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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monroe sensa-trac shocks and struts

has anyone used monroe sensa-trac shocks and struts?
good? bad? ...

I have a stock 94 tracker as a daily driver. I'm hardly off road, and when i am it's to play in the mud or following old logging roads. I'm just looking for a smoother ride.


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They are known as "sensa-craps". I like KYB better.

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Yankee Tim, I'm and newbee too, I know what KY is but what are K Y B's??
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Yankee Tim....... Never mind, Found them on Rock Auto...DUH...
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kayaba

kyb w0rk great for trackick, make sure you get upper strut mounts too. I beat the crap out of them broke and bent every part of ifs and shocks are still like new, I has a sammy axle up front now but still am running the kyb gas shocks out back they are smooth and really control wheel movement good, was really a good all around smooth ride that handled awesome with the 2" sky offroad spacers and kayaba's. Few bucks more but you'll be glad you bought em in my opinion.
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I've heard form several colleagues that monroe struts are really good. Although, problem arises when owners neglect to check on strut mounts for failure to do so affects the performance of the whole suspension system and thus affect the whole driving and handling.

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