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Pro Shocks® SM400 Chrome Mustang II Replacement Shock

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Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Chrome
Shock Type:
Mono Tube
Shock Body Material:
Steel
Adjustability:
Non-Adjustable
Shock Body Type:
Smooth
Shock Body Size:
Small Body
Hole Diameter:
.435
Extended Length:
12.25
Compressed Length:
8.25
Thread Length:
1.00
Bushing Length:
1.50
Bushing Diameter:
1.25
Body Diameter:
1.84
Pro Shocks® SM400 Chrome Mustang II Replacement Shock

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Details

Reviews (5)

Q & A (2)

What's in the Box

Info

Stock mount style, modern gas cell shock. Fits where your original Mustang II shock went. Lower mount accepts a 7/16" bolt. Has a 10" ride height.

Notes

  1. The outside to outside measurment of the mounting pin/bushing is 3.38".

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
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Thirty3RDT
Verified Purchaser
Verified Reviewer
Bakersfield,CA

Excellent product

June 04, 2016
arrived on time and in excellent condition as always
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Thirty3RDT
Verified Purchaser
Bakersfield, CA

Excellent value

March 01, 2011
[...] fit perfectly, no problems with installation
Pros:
  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Thirty3RDT
Verified Purchaser
Bakersfield, CA

Great Product!

July 26, 2010
Shocks fit perfectally, had no problems with installation
Pros:
  • These shocks were perfect
  • Had no problems whatsoeve
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Jim Dyer
Rockwall, Texas

nice looking quality shocks

July 01, 2010
[...]
Pros:
  • They fit as expected
  • These are great looking
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Tskins
Sacramento, CA

Great product

January 23, 2010
Its chrome
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

2 questions : 2 answers

1 answers

Which springs do yo reccommend to match with Pro Shocks SM400 Shocks? I'm updating my mustang II front end on a 1932 Ford Pickup. The front end is light, but has a very rough ride. The engine is a 350 Chevy S/B and a 350 turbo transmission. I've purchased standard Mustang II upper and lower control arms from Speedway, but need guidance on the shocks, especially the springs. What spring rate and length would you recommend (would I have to cut the springs myself)....

AlexA
September 18, 2014

Which springs do yo reccommend to match with Pro Shocks SM400 Shocks? I'm updating my mustang II front end on a 1932 Ford Pickup. The front end is light, but has a very rough ride. The engine is a 350 Chevy S/B and a 350 turbo transmission. I've purchased standard Mustang II upper and lower control arms from Speedway, but need guidance on the shocks, especially the springs. What spring rate and length would you recommend (would I have to cut the springs myself)....

Answers

September 19, 2014
EricM
In regular coil springs figuring a 32 pickup with V8 and automatic you are probably in the 2600-2800 pound range overall weight which depends on full fendered, all steel, etc. In that case for a better ride you should be able to drop down to a 325 spring rate. The springs will need to be cut to necessary length going ¼ to 1/3 of a coil at a time and leave them just a little long to account for spring settle. Lower control arms need to be parallel to the ground at ride height.
1 answers

Hi, I'm interested to buy a pair of shocks but I would like to know the maximum exterior diameter of those shocks because in my mounting system, they need to drop into a tube for the mount. Thanks for all, Math,

Madmath
Belgium, Europe
June 09, 2011

Hi, I'm interested to buy a pair of shocks but I would like to know the maximum exterior diameter of those shocks because in my mounting system, they need to drop into a tube for the mount. Thanks for all, Math,

Answers

June 13, 2011
Tech
On this shock, the max OD of the body is 1.84" and the body of the shock is about 6.50" long. Also the outside to outside measurement of the mounting pin/bushing is 3.38."
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