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About Sensa-Trac Shocks & Struts

For nearly a decade, Monroe® Sensa-Trac® shocks and struts have been a trusted ride control product for drivers who want ultimate comfort with added control.  Sensa-Trac shocks and struts have groove tube technology that features precision tapered grooves that allow fluid to flow freely around the piston, creating a smoother ride under the wide range of driving conditions. During emergency maneuvers or braking, the piston travels beyond the grooves firming up the ride for added safety and control when it is needed most.

Monroe Sensa-Trac Shocks & Struts
The Monroe® Sensa-Trac® truck shock absorber with PSD (position sensitive damping) and the Safe Tech™ system combines our exclusive precision tapered grooves in the pressure tube with application engineered valving and Fluon banded piston to improve the ride, handling and safety characteristics of the vehicle.  Click the links below and learn more about the complete Monroe Sensa-Trac Line for your vehicle!
Monroe Sensa-Trac Passenger Car Shocks

Monroe Sensa-Trac Truck Shock

Monroe Sensa-Trac Struts


Monroe Sensa-Trac Replacement Strut Cartridges




Monroe Sensa-Trac Monotube Shocks





Monroe Sensa-Trac Load-Adjusting Shocks





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