Gas springs featured in the catalogue cover vehicles on the road since as far back as 1980. Like the previous edition of the catalogue, each vehicle application listing features a MaxLift OE and competitor cross list, a description of mounting types, warranty terms and a dimensions chart sorted by product number, extension and stroke. The vehicle application listing is based on information from automotive aftermarket data solutions provider TecAlliance.
As with the Monroe brand’s shock absorber, springs and suspension catalogues, the new MaxLift catalogue includes detailed product images that help users more quickly identify the correct unit for each application.
Those interested in ordering a copy of the new MaxLift catalogue can do so by contacting their Tenneco business manager or a customer service representative. The latest catalogue also is available as a PDF and in a digital version online at www.monroecatalogue.eu, which features multiple other catalogues covering Monroe suspension parts and shock absorbers. Tenneco’s latest Monroe shock absorber catalogue also features 360° images of many products for fast, accurate parts identification.