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Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by spaner, Sep 24, 2013.

  1. spaner

    spaner Well-Known Member

    Got bored with studying. Here are a few things that interested me,


    I'm not saying that anything fits anything, just that if a guy knew what he was doing when crossing parts, and had a REAL picture, and a FAIR price, then maybe that guy would want to look around a bit.

    I seem to remember asking someone for a price on a 4wd drive sensor. I also remember hanging up on him.:p
  2. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    All good finds!! I can't hardly find anything. I am hoping to figure out shipping from out of country though. I've found a few places over seas that have lots if parts but are a bit timid to send them to Alaska for some reason hahaha
  3. lwr2

    lwr2 Member

  4. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    I have similar shocks on my ford ranger. They are the sensatrack with coil spring over them. Lifetime warntee and they were 135 for the pair. I'm going to put them on my carry as soon as I get the axle flipped under the springs. That way I know the length I need. I really like em. Don't notice that they are overloads or that they add an additional 500 pounds to the payload of the ranger.I've even put them on a few buggy's. Really work welk
  5. maxedoutinAK

    maxedoutinAK New Member

    Is it necessary to flip the axle when adding the monroe 31000's since the monroes are 3.5" longer than the stock shocks?
  6. muddy moose

    muddy moose Member

    I'm pretty sure that most people that bought those have done a lift, longer shackles on rear........... measure the compressed length, before ya cut the strap that holds them in, and see if they will hit or not, I'm pretty sure they fit though
  7. maxedoutinAK

    maxedoutinAK New Member

    Looks simple enough to pull one off and see. I do have a 2" lift in front and the longer shackles in the rear. I dont think the rear suspension has ever bottomed out, so it's likely bottoming the shock out will go unnoticed anyhow.

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