Tenneco releases latest ride control catalog

Feb. 24, 2015

Tenneco Inc. has released a new Monroe ride control master catalog (No. M-1114) featuring more than 330 additional parts offering combined coverage of millions of late-model domestic and foreign nameplate vehicles.

Among the new parts are 93 additional Monroe OESpectrum shocks and struts and 21 additional Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies.

Now available for virtually all makes and models, Monroe OESpectrum shocks and struts feature an exclusive Twin Technology Active Control System tuned for exceptional control without unwanted noise, vibration and harshness.

Tenneco says this system, comprising its Low Speed Tunability (LST) Piston Valve and next-generation Impact Control Valve (ICV), effectively doubles the available ride control tuning points to ensure added control, reduced NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) and decreased pitch and roll rate. At the same time, the Twin Technology Active Control System delivers improved “on center” feel as compared to many original equipment shocks and struts.

Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies cover more than 115 million registered vehicles, according to Tenneco. The company says the assemblies are the industry’s first premium all-in-one strut replacement solution.

The latest additions to the Quick-Strut offering cover such models as the Buick Rendezvous; Chevrolet Impala; Ford Mustang and Taurus; Honda Accord and CR-V; Hyundai Tucson; Kia Sportage; Lexus ES350; Nissan Altima; Pontiac Aztec, Grand Prix and Vibe; and Toyota Avalon, Camry, Corolla and Matrix.

Each Monroe Quick-Strut assembly is covered by Tenneco’s limited lifetime warranty and Safe & Sound 90-day cash-back guarantee.

To receive a copy of the new Monroe ride control catalog, contact your Monroe supplier or Tenneco representative.

The latest Monroe ride control application information also can be found in the brand’s electronic catalog at www.monroe.com.