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Pro Shocks® SM300 Pro Street Rod Shock, 9 Inch Ride Height

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:
.500
Extended Length:
10.375
Compressed Length:
7.625
Notes
Eyelet width is 1.375"
Pro Shocks® SM300 Pro Street Rod Shock, 9 Inch Ride Height
Pro Shocks® SM300 Pro Street Rod Shock, 9 Inch Ride Height
Pro Shocks® SM300 Pro Street Rod Shock, 9 Inch Ride Height

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Reviews (4)

Q & A (8)

What's in the Box

Info

Polished, chrome plated steel body shocks with 5/8" I.D. urethane bushings. Includes steel sleeves for use with 1/2" mounting hardware.

Note: Not for use with coil-over springs.

Pro Street Rod Shock Chart (GIF)

Item Details

Ride Height Mounted Length - 9"

Customer Reviews

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
RATING BREAKDOWN
4 reviews
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RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT:

woodguy
Verified Purchaser
Bountiful, UT, USA

this product has been the "go-to" shock

July 03, 2014
Up until recently, this has been "the" shock to use for over-all performance and ride quality. We had one fail (leak, and then quit) while still under warranty and Speedway sent us a replacement. We have no complaints with Speedway and the level of customer service provided, but the quality of this particular product from "Pro Shock" seems to be diminishing. The kicker is that a year ago, this shock was $47. Now the price has jumped to $75. I don't understand that kind of jump in that short period of time. The representative at Speedway assured us that it is an increase passed on from the manufacturer and out of necessity passed on to the consumer. It looks like Pro Shock is pricing itself out of the market and we will be forced to find a suitable replacement for future use.
Pros:
  • great success with this shock
Cons:
  • suddenly too expensive
No, I would not recommend this product.
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Merchant Response:

Please note that this shock has incurred a price increase. Due to such, Speedway Motors has developed an alternate for consideration in shock # 910-46214 that has the same length specs and can be used in place of the SM300.
TexasT
Austin, TX, USA

Exactly what my T-bucket needed!

September 30, 2013
Replaced the old friction shocks with a pair of these - what difference! I was worried they might be too harsh, but the ride is perfect. One of my best upgrades so far.
Pros:
  • Look Great
  • excellent ride characteristics
Yes, I recommend this product.
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glenster
Verified Purchaser
Waterford , Mi

You have the Market on the Shortest One

November 04, 2011
It seems you are the only short shock out there and I needed it for my Model A Rear end as it was close clearance too.
Pros:
  • Shortest Shock out there
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile
  • High-Performance
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Tony
Verified Purchaser
New Berlin, WI

Good merchandise

July 19, 2010
I used the shocks on my T-Bucket and they fit and worked out fine. The procucts I have gotted from SpeedWay have always be just what I have needed. They have great products.
Pros:
  • Product is great
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

8 questions : 8 answers

1 answers

Mounting hole on the SM300s for use with Speedway Suspension Kits. I have the 91639510 suspension kit which uses the 91036105 lower shock mounts. I assumed that the SM300s would fit on this lower mount, but they do not. Do I need to remove the pressed in steel bushing or is there something that I'm missing? Is ther a special shock to work with your suspension kits? Thanks, Dan Shea

1962BuickSpecial
Denton, TX, USA
July 30, 2014

Mounting hole on the SM300s for use with Speedway Suspension Kits. I have the 91639510 suspension kit which uses the 91036105 lower shock mounts. I assumed that the SM300s would fit on this lower mount, but they do not. Do I need to remove the pressed in steel bushing or is there something that I'm missing? Is ther a special shock to work with your suspension kits? Thanks, Dan Shea

Answers

July 31, 2014
Travisp
Yes you need to remove the sleeve in the shock to allow these parts to work correctly together.
1 answers

are these Gas filled like your own short shocks? Pete and jakes are oil filled.

34P
CA
July 29, 2011

are these Gas filled like your own short shocks? Pete and jakes are oil filled.

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August 02, 2011
John
These shocks are oil filled and 50/50 compression and rebound. Order correct length to allow 50-60% of stroke for compression at ride height.
1 answers

I have these shocks...your catalog frame/suspension pictures show the shock installed on the front end with the body down, shaft up. In your assembly manual for your T kit, the front shocks are mounted with the body up and shaft down..Is this a matter of

olguy
Branch, Mi
July 24, 2011

I have these shocks...your catalog frame/suspension pictures show the shock installed on the front end with the body down, shaft up. In your assembly manual for your T kit, the front shocks are mounted with the body up and shaft down..Is this a matter of

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July 26, 2011
Jason
These shocks can be mounted either direction. Will not change performance of shock.
1 answers

Is this price per shock or for the pair?

Grand Rapids Mich
April 04, 2011

Is this price per shock or for the pair?

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April 05, 2011
Tech Support
These shocks are sold individually.
1 answers

do you have width of mounts ?

January 10, 2011

do you have width of mounts ?

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January 12, 2011
Jason
1-3/8" side to side
1 answers

what is the width on the body of the shock. Also are these the shortest shocks you have to offer?

28tudor
houston tx
May 14, 2015

what is the width on the body of the shock. Also are these the shortest shocks you have to offer?

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May 15, 2015
Eric
Expert
The OD of the body of this shock is 1 5/8". This shock is the shortest we offer at 7 5/8" compressed and 10 3/8" extended.
1 answers

Extended = 10.3. Compressed = 7.6. When mounted, what should the distance be, eyelet to eyelet? I may have to make my own upper bracket.

wildtee1
Sun city, AZ
September 17, 2015

Extended = 10.3. Compressed = 7.6. When mounted, what should the distance be, eyelet to eyelet? I may have to make my own upper bracket.

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September 17, 2015
Eric
Expert
The mounted length center to center (or ride height) should be 9".
1 answers

Is their a sleeve/bushing available for the the shock to fit a 7/16 bolt. My chassis has that size upper shock mount holes and shock is loose on bolt.

Birddog
Arkansas
May 03, 2016

Is their a sleeve/bushing available for the the shock to fit a 7/16 bolt. My chassis has that size upper shock mount holes and shock is loose on bolt.

Answers

May 04, 2016
Kevin
Expert
Sorry No. This comes with a sleeve for 1/2" bolt only.
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