How to Install Monroe Shock?

Answer Monroe shocks use a gas-pressurized cylinder to cushion hard jolts and keep the vehicle stable on the highway. These shocks can wear out or leak, lowering efficiency or failing completely. The aver... Read More »

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Answer Of the two I would recommend the Polaris system. Don't go for gadgets and feature, go for a simple reliable unit. Polaris will use more dependable, attainable parts.Up to a short time ago I ... Read More »

How to Install Monroe Rear Shocks?

Your vehicle's suspension system is what determines how well your vehicle "handles" on the road. As the miles pile up, the shocks on your vehicle become worn and may need to be replaced. When looki... Read More »

How to Install Front Monroe Struts?

The struts on your car are designed to control the rebound of the springs every time you go over an irregular road surface. This happens very frequently while driving, which causes the struts to we... Read More »

How to Install Monroe Load-Adjusting Shocks on a Cherokee?

Shock absorbers on your Cherokee keep the SUV's body from bouncing too much as you drive down the road. Load-adjusting shock absorbers, such as those from Monroe, allow you to lift and lower the ve... Read More »