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    Need a shock absorber part number

    Can anyone assist me in finding a part number for a shock that measures around 30.5" mounting hole center to center extended, 18" mounting hole center to center collapsed, with 3/4" mounting holes on each end?

    I haven't had any luck browsing catalogs online.

    This is a shock that dampens the movement of the bucket on my bucket truck.
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    Do you have the old one?

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    This is what is on the old one.

    1812
    MAECO
    MADE IN USA
    CJ08F1

    I know MAECO is the Monroe Automotive Equipment Company which became Monroe Shocks but those numbers didn't help me find anything.
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    Have you measured to see if a longer or shorter one will work.

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    What make is the bucket truck I can probably get parts
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    I checked the bucket travel and I need 18" compressed and 27.5" extended. I found Monroe PN 66884 works perfectly and is $37, which is a rear shock for Mack/Blue Bird applications. That will do.
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