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MaxTrac Front (Either Side) Shock Absorber - 4 Inch Lift Height

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Part#: 2400LL (97-06)

  MaxTrac Front (Either Side) Shock Absorber - 4 Inch Lift Height


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1997-2006 Jeep TJ/LJ Wrangler 2WD/4WD, 2004-2011 Ford F150 2WD/4WD

Maxtrac Suspension`s superior Twin Tube shock absorbers improve handling on stock, lifted, or lowered vehicles alike. By helping eliminate excessive body roll, nose dive under braking, and rear dip under acceleration, overall handling and safety is improved. Lowered and lifted vehicles require new shocks, as the angle in which the shock absorber operates is compromised if a stock shock is left in place.
Maxtrac is an emerging name in the aftermarket world of suspension components. Founded in 2010 the company prides itself on offering an affordable range of suspension components to lift, lower, or level your suspension system. Based in Anaheim, California, Maxtrac takes tremendous pride in delivering the highest quality parts and services available all while keeping prices competitive. They manufacture many of their components in-house which allow them to thoroughly test and inspect each component before it goes out the door. Unlike larger companies the folks at Maxtrac know the importance of personal service and always go the extra mile to ensure customer satisfaction. Quality, service and affordability are what Maxtrac is all about.
Q: Is there any difference between struts and shocks?
A: Struts/shocks both have the same job by dampening the kinetic energy of suspension travel. Struts perform two jobs: They provide a dampening function like shock absorbers, and they provide structural support for the vehicles suspension. That means that the struts deliver a bit more than shock absorbers, which don't support vehicle weight but control the speed at which weight is transferred in a vehicle. Either way, your options are limited to what is available for your car.

Q: Do shocks come in sets of 4?
A: Struts and shocks are sold individually on our website, but purchasing should always be done in pairs at the minimum (one pair for the front, one for the rear). Most people replace all four shocks/struts at once.

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