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Offline HandyDan

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As far as shocks go, this Monroe link has been posted several times here on the forum, but I'll link here one more time. Sometimes it is hard to find.  It is very helpful in picking out a shock number.
 
http://www.monroeheavyduty.com/assets/catalog/2014-2015-MonroeCV-RecreationalVehicles.pdf
 
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Re: Monroe RV shocks - All makes and Classes - Part Number References
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2013, 08:03 PM »
Nice web site.
The only error is Monroe's omission in Dodge 1973-1963 listing not showing the M400.  I have a D22C, which is a 1972 Dodge M400 chassis and takes the longer 555013 front shocks with 11" of travel (my RV had the original Dodge MAECO #3633745 shocks).  The next year ('73) the shocks had a shorter 9.5" of travel.
 
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Thanks, bro.  I updated the original post link so peeps don't get sent off into Romulan territory.

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Thanks, bro.  I updated the original post link so peeps don't get sent of into Romulan territory.

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Re: Monroe RV shocks - All makes and Classes - Part Number References
« Reply #5 on: October 02, 2015, 11:00 PM »
http://www.monroe.com/assets/downloads/english/MonroeMountingLengthSpecifications.pdf

Monroe Shock Lengths and End Types. At page 81 or so it tells dimensions and types of the bushings. Order what you need.
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I've been battling the front shock/fitment on the 72' Chieftain M375 - come to find out - Napa part number
 NS 66859 is a potential fit - as the 11" of travel is ideal.  I'm heading to NAPA - I'll post-up my findings as soon as I get 'em fitted!




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11" of travel?!!!! Are these off road shocks?

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Re: Monroe RV shocks - All makes and Classes - Part Number References
« Reply #8 on: September 25, 2017, 07:39 PM »
I'm guessing they didn't fit...


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Re: Monroe RV shocks - All makes and Classes - Part Number References
« Reply #9 on: September 26, 2017, 07:49 AM »
Or he is still hammering. :D