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Thread: airline fittings availibility

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    grendelz is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    airline fittings availibility

    First time poster and I am looking for the airline fittings that go into the shock. 1992 STS I recently replaced the rear shocks with monroe shocks. I reused the air system as it still works, only to realize that the smooth type fitting that plugs into the shock is leaking. I tried the dealer and they told me that they are no longer in production. After many internet searches I have run into a dead end. any help would be appreciated. thanks


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    revdowrong is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: airline fittings availibility

    O'Reilly's auto parts will have those lines. go to www.O'reilly'sautoparts.com

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    BigHoss417 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: airline fittings availibility

    How are those Monroe shocks?? I have a 2002 DTS and I need to replace my front struts but I am desperately trying to figure out which route to go. I was looking at Monroe replacements and they seemed to be what I was looking for at a cheaper price than most others. So how are they?? Would you recommend them?? Did you run into any problems?? Thanks


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