The first and only Quick-Strut. Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies are unmatched in quality, durability and fit. They simplify the installation process, including everything needed for strut replacement in a single, fully assembled unit with no need for a spring compressor.
Quick-Strut units feature high-quality steel, application-specific coil springs to restore ride height and strut rods which surpass the OE flexibility standard, maintaining structural integrity in the event of a major road impact.
Restore your car, light truck, SUV or CUV back to OE-quality ride performance and drivability with a Monroe Quick-Strut assembly. Including all the components required for strut replacement without the need for a spring compressor, this complete strut assembly features the strut, coil spring and strut mount preassembled for easy installation. Strut assemblies perform two main jobs: perform a damping function like shock absorbers and provide structural support for the vehicle suspension by supporting the spring and holding the tire in an aligned position.
Like many parts on your vehicle, struts are subject to wear. The rate of wear depends on a wide range of variables, such as road and environmental conditions, your driving style and vehicle load. Causes of worn struts include damaged bushings, exposure to the elements, loss of oil viscosity and gradual degradation of internal components over time. Driving with worn struts can result in problems ranging from reduced braking efficiency, cause premature tire wear, loss of stability and damage to other suspension parts.
Always perform an alignment anytime replacement shocks, struts or other ride control parts are installed. Camber, toe and caster settings can all be affected by installing new struts. Failure to make sure the vehicle’s alignment is within factory specifications can lead to problems like premature tire wear.
Proper ride height is crucial to vehicle durability, performance and safety. When inspecting a vehicle, don’t just check the static ride height. The dynamic ride height – the ride height of a vehicle in motion – may tell a different story. The cause of dynamic ride height issues is often worn or damaged coil springs. Don’t just replace the strut – be sure to also inspect for and replace worn coil springs.
Avoid noise after installing a strut assembly with this four-step procedure.
Featuring a vehicle-specific design, Monroe Quick-Strut strut assemblies are fit checked, ride tested and engineered to restore factory ride height and ride performance. Assembled in Paragould, AR, they include all required components in a single unit.