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1992 1500 needs new shocks. what kind?

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by raptorman03, Dec 23, 2005.

  1. raptorman03

    raptorman03 Senior Member
    Messages: 333

    Guys my truck needs new shocks what kind should i get?
  2. jsbmaine

    jsbmaine Junior Member
    Messages: 10

    Good, thread, my 93 1500 needs the same. Probably I will just go with whatever they have at CarQuest. BTW, I had the bracket that holds the shock rust off on the passenger side rear, and lost the whole shock on the road somewhere! (Gotta love the salt in Maine)
  3. derekbroerse

    derekbroerse 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,377

    For a working truck, I'd just buy a quality set of stock replacements. I would only buy something more expensive if a)it was a pleasure-only truck or b)it is lifted and needs something longer or with better response.
  4. GetMore

    GetMore Senior Member
    Messages: 179

    Bilsteins or cheap gas-charged ones.
  5. Caleb55

    Caleb55 Member
    Messages: 44

    You can usually get Rancho shocks for not much more than what the cheaper ones cost.
  6. Stan

    Stan Senior Member
    Messages: 579

    Where's a good place/price on a new set of Bilsteins ? I've had really good luck with the factory oem's on the 1500.
  7. kingriver

    kingriver Senior Member
    from alaska
    Messages: 216

    I've been there and done that, asked the same question about two months ago, anyway, I did alot of research and finally decided on (MONROE REFLEX):cool:
  8. JMR

    JMR Senior Member
    Messages: 567

    The Reflexs are a good choice...........the Monroe Sensatracs would also be good and a few dollars cheaper. Monroe products can be found at O'Rielly's Auto parts or Napa.