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2004-2013 Ford F150 Shock Absorber - Rear - Monroe 58643

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(3 Reviews)
5 Stars
Monroe 58643
Shock Absorber
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Sale Price: $76.63
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Position: Rear
Availability: (>35) In Stock
Condition: New
Shipping Options: Free Ground Shipping
Part Number: 58643
Brand: Monroe
Notes: Monroe Sensa-Trac Load Adjusting Shock Absorber -- For Towing & Hauling
This Shock Absorber Fits the Following: Warehouse: C
Vehicle Sub Model
•  (04) 2004 Ford F150 STX 4WD 
•  (04) 2004 Ford F150 Lariat 4WD 
•  (04) 2004 Ford F150 XLT 4WD 
•  (04) 2004 Ford F150 XL 4WD 
•  (04) 2004 Ford F150 FX4 4WD 
•  (05) 2005 Ford F150 4WD 
•  (06) 2006 Ford F150 4WD 
•  (07) 2007 Ford F150 4WD 
•  (08) 2008 Ford F150 4WD 
•  (08) 2008 Ford F150 AWD 
•  (09) 2009 Ford F150 RWD 
•  (10) 2010 Ford F150 RWD 
•  (11) 2011 Ford F150 RWD 
•  (12) 2012 Ford F150 RWD 
•  (13) 2013 Ford F150 RWD 

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Some of our Customer Reviews
Very Satisfied
Reviewer: ferdguy55

I ordered 2 rear kyb shocks for my f150 a few months ago. The price was reasonable. They arrived a little quicker than expected and work great!

1977 Ford F150 Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Roger E. Goul

Very pleased with the product and cost, and prompt shipping

2002 Ford F150 Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Nice shocks

My f150 rides like New. Very good shocks. It was shipped to my house in 5 days. I highly recommend these kyb shocks and parts geek. I will definitely use them again.

2001 Ford F150 Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: mr. fix it

I have been ordering from partsgeek for about a year now and am very pleased with the quality, service, and great prices.

1993 Ford F150 Shock Absorber

Very Satisfied
Reviewer: Monroe Reflex on a 2007 F150

I installed a pair of Monroe Reflex shocks on the rear of my truck using a box wrench and a socket/ratchet. No need to jack up the truck. Easy removal / installation. Be sure to run a long screwdriver or rod thru the lower mounting hole and stand on the rod and fully extend and compress the shock a few times to get the gas back in its intended location. (Shocks are designed to run vertically, they are stored on shelves horizontally for convenience). By fully working them up and down, you help the shock work correctly as soon as you put it on the truck. I am happy with the ride quality, it is Definitely a stock feel. If I had it to do again, I would get the shocks with the booster springs

2007 Ford F150 Shock Absorber

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