Yes, the ford shocks are also made by monroe. The gt gas are slightly firmer than the standards. That would be my choice, the ride wont be too harsh, as compared to say a pedders red (which are also made by monroe)
Pedders made by Monroe. They used to be Gabriels. When did that change?
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sikEA/mutlley i'm sorry but let me correct you both......
The car and 4wd manufacturing of Pedders product was with Gabriel from around 1990 to 2000, the car program went to Monroe due to the A$ going so low around the '00 period, the 4wd program is still being made by Gabriel.
Prior to 1990 Monroe was making Pedder product.
mutlley during the Gabriel relationship Pedder was getting Monroe to make brand new 90/10 series shocks for early Holdens/Fords for drag racing which that is still happening today.
As for wacka's senario if you're on a tight budget go the Motorcraft, valving is slightly softer than the GT's. Have you checked with Repco ? They normally throw the Monroe's away at trade price over the counter.
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