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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
Hole Diameter:
.435
Extended Length:
12.25
Compressed Length:
8.25
Shock Type:
Mono Tube
Thread Length:
1.00
Bushing Length:
1.50
Bushing Diameter:
1.25
Body Diameter:
1.84
Pro Shocks SM400 Chrome Mustang II Replacement Shock
Pro Shocks SM400 Chrome Mustang II Replacement Shock

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Pro Shocks SM400 Chrome Mustang II Replacement Shock

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What's in the Box

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".

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  • For stock-to-2" lowered cars (no less)
  • Fixed, non-adjustable valving 
  • Developed for high performance with increased travel
  • Fully adjustable ride height using included aluminum spanner nut
  • Easy bolt-in installation
  • Unique spring fits the stock upper seat in the frame
  • Includes 2 chrome body shocks, mounting kit, 2 chrome-plated springs (choose specific rate)

NOTE: Not recommended for front axle weights in excess of 1900 lbs.

Spring Rate Chart (Link)

Coil-Over Mounting Guide (GIF)

Monroe Shocks 32118 Monro-Matic Plus Mustang II Front Shocks
                        

Monro-Matic Plus shock absorbers are nitrogen gas charged and feature velocity sensitive valving and all weather fluid, which offers improved comfort at an economical price. Direct factory replacement shock (OEM geometry) for the Mustang II front suspension.

  • Compressed Length:  8-3/8"
  • Extended Length:  11"
  • Travel Length:  2-5/8"
  • 5/8" diameter piston rod is nitrocarburized for long service life
  • Large 1-3/8" bore provides more efficient and consistent control
  • All Weather Fluid contains special modifiers to reduce friction and ensure smooth rod reaction
  • Nitrogen gas helps maintain tire to road contact by reducing aeration
  • Special "Self-lubricating" fluid seal retains gas without excessive wear or friction
  • 2" reserve tube contains more fluid for consistent performance
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Mustang II Front Springs, 350 lb. Spring Rate, 13.5 Free Height
                        

Our Mustang II springs come in rates from 275 thru 425 and in 13.5” free height/length. They will require cutting to the necessary length on the majority of applications. For the heavier vehicles such as full size pickup trucks and fat fendered cars the spring rate used will normally be in the 350-400 range. With Small Block and automatic a common rate is 375 to 400 and with the addition of A/C or a big block you will need to compensate for the additional weight and go to the next higher rate. Frame boxing and plating, accessories, and fuel tank size all play a part in selecting spring rate. When vehicle is sitting at ride height ready for test drive the lower control arms should be parallel with the ground or pointing down at a slight angle on the outer ends. The springs will settle some in the first couple of hundred miles so allowance for this should be made.

  • Powder coated gloss black
  • 13.5" spring length
  • Use the spring chart below to select proper rate

Use the following chart to select your rate:

  • 1200 lb. Front  End Weight = 275 Rate Spring
  • 1300 lb. Front  End Weight = 300 Rate Spring
  • 1400 lb. Front  End Weight = 325 Rate Spring
  • 1500 lb. Front  End Weight = 350 Rate Spring
  • 1600 lb. Front  End Weight = 375 Rate Spring
  • 1700 lb. Front  End Weight = 400 Rate Spring
  • 1800 lb. Front  End Weight = 425 Rate Spring