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Thread: Ureka! REAR SHOCKS THAT FIT AND WORK AWSOME!!!!

  1. #121
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    At this point I would look for something that might be unrelated... Like maybe the spare tire or hardware being loose.

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    Installed the KYB Gr-2 (echo) shock about a month ago with my set of Eibach and I have to say they are better than stock and easy to instal but I am disappointed as I was expecting them to bit stiffer than that . For those wondering I find the ride more comfortable than stock even with the drop which is unexpected now I am looking for stiffer shock front and back... Any ideas??
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    Any recommendations if I am going to tow a trailer?

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    You can install air bags (the ones that go inside the coil springs). There's some info that Firestone used to make a kit specific for the SX4, part #4183, although the site I found that on says 2010 - 2010 Sx4 but that doesn't make sense. If I check that number on Firststone's site, it comes up that its for a 2011-2016 Honda CR-Z. Airlift company makes universal kits that you have to measure the inside length and diameter of your springs. I am going this route once I decide if I'm going to do lowering springs or not.
    '09 JX, Apollo filter w/factory air intake, under drive pulley, reflash, 18's

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    sorry guys but I have the ultimate rear shocks that fit easilyWP_20161112_003.jpg

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    So after reading this thread am I to understand that the 5987 Monroe was a sensatrac shock but is now called an OE Spectrum shock and all the inside bits and function of the shock is the same between the two different models?

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    Monroe now has a rear shock specific to SX4 part # 5688

    http://www.monroe.com/en-US/e-catalog/5688

  8. #128
    Quote Originally Posted by Cman View Post
    Monroe now has a rear shock specific to SX4 part # 5688

    http://www.monroe.com/en-US/e-catalog/5688
    Itís my understanding that the Monroe 5987 is rated for a higher weight limit. I just ordered the Monroe 5987 and I am putting them on this weekend I will keep everyone posted



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  9. #129
    Quote Originally Posted by Marnold441 View Post
    Itís my understanding that the Monroe 5987 is rated for a higher weight limit. I just ordered the Monroe 5987 and I am putting them on this weekend I will keep everyone posted



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    Just wondering what the verdict was with the #5987

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    Are they any longer than the OEM shocks?

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