Warranty claims made within the entire coverage period will be honored by Monroe. During the first 30 days of the warranty period, VinniStore will handle the manufacturer's warranty and will exchange, replace or repair, at its option, any eligible defective product, upon approval. Any warranty claims made after the 30th day following the purchase date shall be solely addressed to Monroe directly. VinniStore will assist the client throughout any RMA process and their required steps by providing the necessary information to ensure the request is received and processed as it should by the manufacturer.
This text is generic and intended for informative purposes only, in no case it shall be interpreted or serve as a warranty statement, please refer to Monroe directly for official documentation and any specific information regarding the warranty.
We guarantee 100% exact fitment based on the vehicle specifications you provide at order confirmation. If for any reason your products do not fit and that the mistake is on our part, we will replace it free of charge.All warranty claims made to VinniStore must be done according to the Returns & Exchanges policy.
Monroe® Suspension Conversion Kits convert a vehicles factory equipped air or electronic suspension to a non-air or non-electronic suspension set up. Every conversion kit features premium-quality replacement components – application-tuned shock/strut, coil spring(s) and necessary mounting hardware – needed for a complete bolt-on worry-free solution.
Leading global vehicle manufacturers partner with suppliers that deliver world-class products developed and tested to the highest standards. That's why leading OE manufacturers choose Monroe. With their integrated electronically linked engineering and manufacturing facilities around the world, Monroe supplies OE manufacturers on a global basis. Monroe uses advanced engineering and test capabilities to provide product reliability, endurance and performance. These full service engineering and development centers span 5 continents and allow Monroe to speed new products and the latest technologies to market. Behind Monroe there is nearly 30,000 employees serving customers globally from more than 93 manufacturing facilities and 15 engineering and technical centers.
Each new generation of OE ride control technology will eventually become an aftermarket service opportunity. When it does, Monroe will be there to provide the world-class products and support you need. Because as a supplier of Original Equipment ride control products to worldwide automotive manufacturers, they've helped establish a standard of ride and handling excellence at every stage of a vehicle's life. Their global OE leadership is more than a quality advantage – it's also a coverage advantage that can help suppliers satisfy more customers every day.
Monroe® Shocks and Struts, one of the most respected brands in the automotive and commercial vehicle industries, is celebrating its 100th Anniversary in 2016 with an extensive schedule of programs, promotions and other special activities designed to support the thousands of parts and service providers and millions of consumers worldwide who rely on Monroe products. Monroe shock absorbers, struts and other products are manufactured by Tenneco.
Founded in 1916 in Monroe, Mich., by mechanic and entrepreneur August F. Meyer, the business that eventually became Monroe Auto Equipment Company initially manufactured tire pumps for the owners of early automobiles. Meyer soon added a partner, local Dodge motorcar dealer Charles S. McIntyre, whose industry knowledge helped cultivate demand for the company's self-oiled, single-barreled pumps. By 1926, Meyer and McIntyre had turned their attention to a larger opportunity – the demand for increased driver comfort and control. Later that year they introduced the first Monroe "Shock Eliminator", which soon replaced the unwieldy carriage springs on many passenger vehicles.
Monroe Auto Equipment expanded to Europe in 1964; Japan, Australia and Mexico in 1972; South America in 1974; and Canada in 1975. Tenneco, which purchased the company in 1977, has overseen the development of several Monroe innovations for passenger vehicles, trucks, buses and other applications. The company introduced the automotive service industry's first gas-charged replacement shock absorbers, Monroe Gas-Matic™ shocks, in 1982; Monroe Reflex® shocks and struts in 1999; Monroe Quick-Strut® complete replacement strut assemblies in 2003; and Monroe OESpectrum® shocks and struts in 2011.
Tenneco's revolutionary Monroe Intelligent Suspension electronic technologies offer vehicle manufacturers a wide range of options to tune suspension systems to very specific requirements and provide a higher level of safety and comfort for drivers.
|Manufacturer Part Number||90008-1|
|Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)||393.80|