Monroe® - The right choice for hard-working trucks
from class 3 to 8.
Monroe® Commercial Vehicle ride control products are
application-engineered to match your driving needs.
Monroe® Commercial Vehicle shock absorbers are built for durability, even with the demands of high mileage and severe use.
Your single source supplier – featuring a complete line of ride control products for today’s medium, heavy-duty and industrial markets.
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MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: Support
Monroe's Technical Support will help you find answers to the most frequently asked product and installation questions and provide invaluable technical training information. If you need additional information or assistance, Monroe's Ride Control Technical Assistance Team can assist you.
MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: Signs Your Commercial Vehicle Needs New Shocks
Technicians follow strict guidelines to determine the condition of commercial vehicle shock absorbers. Shock absorbers, along with suspension and brake components, should be routinely inspected and tested by a qualified repair technician as part of a scheduled maintenance program.





MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: Symptoms of Worn Shocks Necessitating Replacement

LEAKING FROM THE UNIT

MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: LEAKING FROM THE UNIT
Leaking from the unit is a clear sign that a shock is worn. This includes visible leakage on the shock body.

PHYSICAL DAMAGE

MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: PHYSICAL DAMAGE
The units has sustained physical damage, including dents and worn or broken mounts.

UNEVEN TIRE WEAR

MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: UNEVEN TIRE WEAR
The tires display cupped or uneven tire wear.

SPRING REPLACEMENT

MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: SPRING REPLACEMENT
Whenever any spring is replaced.

MILEAGE REPLACEMENT RECOMMENDATION

MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: MILEAGE REPLACEMENT RECOMMENDATION
When a truck nears a shock’s specified warranted mileage, or if the unit carries a mileage-related replacement recommendation.

MONROE® COMMERCIAL VEHICLE: Replacement Recommendations
  • When replacing worn air springs, remember to replace worn shocks
  • Shocks should be a part of any and all truck inspections
    Since shocks are an interconnected part of a truck’s suspension and braking systems, any worn part could be an indication of difficult to discern wear.
  • Shocks should always be installed in pairs
    Since all ride control components are exposed to roughly the same level of wear, replacement of all shocks makes even more sense when one unit is worn.
  • Have your suspension checked before and after installing new shocks
    Since the shock also absorbs excessive movement caused by worn suspension components, make sure your shocks are not handling more impacts than necessary.