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Monroe Monro-Maticplus shocks

Old 11-12-2014
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Join Date: May 2014
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Icon6 Monroe Monro-Maticplus shocks

To start out my Ranger is not in the pristine condition that most of the trucks on here are in. My ranger I bought for $200 off of my brother (After he rolled it)
Originally my grandfather had custom ordered it through ford. its a 2000 ford ranger XLT (2.5L I4 engine) with a m5odr1 trans and a stock 4.10 rear end gear ratio. Honestly the truck wasn't my first pick only being a 2.5L, not having 4x4, or AC. Also It looks like its been stunt car (Due to being rolled.)

When it rolled it broke some shocks (originals), stabilizer bars, and ball joints.

I got the monroe shocks about a year ago from amazon all 4 for $140.
2 32237 and 2 32330 shocks. I Immediately put on the back shocks as they were messed up and I knew I could do them, But I just recently put on the front shocks. So far all the shocks have been better quality than stock which is all I could reasonably ask for in such a cheap set of shocks. I would like some other peoples feedback so far I have only heard good reviews. (obviously these wont compare to expensive shocks but they work decently for me. ) If you find them cheap and you want an easy way to fix your suspension I would say buy them, if you have the money for better shocks I would say get the better ones.
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