The new part numbers for Magnum strut components that are now available for Ford Transit; the release also includes OESpectrum light truck shock absorbers, Quick-Strut components, etc.
Monroe Shocks and Struts recently introduced new part numbers to expand coverage to more than 8 million vehicles in use (VIO). These products include light commercial fleet vehicles, trucks, SUVs and CUVs, and commercial vehicles (CV). Monroe is the global leading brand of Tenneco's DRiV Motorparts Group.
Designed to meet the durability and performance requirements of today's high-mileage, heavy-duty, and frequent start-stop light commercial vehicles, the four new part numbers in the Menrom Glam pillar assembly product line have been more than 850,000 Ford Transit light vehicles Introduced commercial vehicles (LCV). These 23 applications are all front, including the components of Transit-150 (all), Transit-250 (all, except trucks) and Transit-350 (all, with extended roof) for 2019-2018 #153005;# 153006 for 2019-2018 Transit-350 (all except trucks and extended roof) and Transit-250 trucks; #253005 for 2017 Ford Transit-350 (all with extended roof), 2017-2015 Transit-150 (All) and Transit-250 (all, excluding trucks); and 2017-2015 Transit-250 van and Transit-350 #253006 (all, excluding trucks and extended roofs).
Seven new Monroe OESpectrum shock absorbers and strut part numbers are now provided for more than 1.4 million VIOs, suitable for domestic and imported applications. Designed with the correct technology for the driving and handling characteristics of each vehicle to filter noise, vibration and roughness, while improving driving performance and performance, the exclusive OESpectrum light truck impact coverage is now available for 2021-2018 Ford EcoSport FWD (#37392 , Rear) and AWD (#37393, rear wheel); and 2021-2019 Jeep Cherokee (excluding off-road kit and Trailhawk) (#37394, rear). 2014-2011 Volkswagen Jetta (#5553, rear) and 2019-2015 Toyota Yaris (#5566, rear) OESpectrum passenger car shock absorbers are also new products this month, and the OESpectrum premium pillar is now 2014- 2013 Subaru Legacy car manufacturing (#73079, front right; #73080, front left).
Monroe's Quick-Strut components are designed to meet or exceed OE structural quality standards and durability requirements, and are a new product of more than 600,000 VIOs suitable for more than 8 imported applications. The part numbers of 2014 Nissan Murano and 2019-2013 Pathfinder are 172936 (front right) and 172937 (front left). In addition, the RoadMatic pillar assembly is suitable for more than 3 million VIOs, including Hyundai, Kia, Mazda and Subaru vehicles (part number 182587, front left; 182588, front right; 182978, front right; 182979, front left; 183015, front right; 183016 , Left front; 183066, right front; 183067, left front; 183068, right front; 183069, left front).
Monroe also provides Magnum shock absorbers for the commercial vehicle market. They are designed with a large diameter and are designed for durability, stability and driving comfort. They can meet the needs of commercial trucks, schools and buses, as well as off-road vehicles. The new coverage includes the first launch of the International Transtar Truck (#65186, front) in 2016-2015.
"Every month, our goal is to introduce a variety of new part numbers, many of which are exclusive numbers, in order to provide technicians and shop owners with the best repair options for their customers," said Joe Robinson, Monroe Product Management Director. "We are particularly pleased to be able to expand our products in the LCV and CV markets, to help our customers grasp opportunities in new service categories, and to provide the best performance to meet the unique needs of vehicle and fleet owners."
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