$24.51List Price $28.92Save $4.41Availability: In Stock
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STRONG ARM GAS CHARGED HATCH LIFT SUPPORT, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY -- 11.21 in. stroke length; 15.2 in. compressed length; 26.41 in. extended length; 0.75 in. body diameter; 0.31 in. shaft diameter; With blade for shaft and body connections; Made from a chromium-plated hardened steel rod and glossy finish heavy gauge steel body; Designed with self-cleaning orifice that keeps the piston area free of contaminants, reduces clogging, and prevents lock up; Features a sealing system that uses a Triple-Lobe rubber seal and rubber O-ring piston seal that withstand high pressure, vibration, side-loading, and misalignment; Provided with nitrogen gas charge up to 2500 psi that does not affect any of the internal components and glycol fluid lubricant to slow down the movement prior to full open; With 2-year Strong Arm limited warranty.
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MONROE MAX-LIFT GAS-CHARGED HOOD LIFT SUPPORT, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY -- 13.13 in. compressed length; 21.5 in. extended length; 8.38 in. travel; Includes installation instructions; Made of steel body pressure cylinder and nitro-carbonized rod for exceptional corrosion resistance and durability; Features plastic rod guide to reduce potential rod abrasion, main seal to provide positive closure for high pressure gas, and stop collar and limiting groove to assure precise extended length; High strength piston assembly with leak-proof seal helps prevent fluid leakage around the piston to allow fluid to pass efficiently through the piston valving components thus providing controlled lift and consistent performance; Exact replacement for worn out original unit.
Fit Note: 13.13 in. Compressed Length
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"These new lift supports do make lifting the hatch much easier. However, closing it is difficult for me and it is impossible for my wife---they are way too stiff!!!!! I have to pull it down half-way, then force it down from the top of the deck lid to get it to close---my wife is not strong enough to do this---she drove home from the grocery store with the hatch UP"posted by: Willis on January 30, 2012