Re: Need shocks: Sensa Trac Load Adjust?
Wow, now having about a week on my fron Sensa Trac shocks, I hate them. Just found the 'Safe and Sound' warranty on Monroe's site, will be calling and hoping to get a refund. Not sure why these come up as their first choice recommended shock for a Ranger XLT 2WD, they handle like a mid-90's cadillac. Steering response feels delayed, shocks feel soft, never experienced body roll on my truck until now (almost scary on the highway). I am not bashing the overall 'quality' of the shock nor the company itself, just the application of Sensa-Tracs on a Ranger-sized pickup truck.
I see the Gas Magnum listed on the site, but doesn't come up as a suggestion for the Ranger, and it looks like they stopped making the Reflex Monotube, at least in the Ranger's size (even sent an email about them, they referred me to other shocks but said nothing of the reflex).
I think if you have a lowered truck and want it to handle like a car, the Sensa Tracs might be OK. I bought a truck because I want and need a truck; don't want to pretend I'm driving a car, and don't want to sacrifice the great feel of the road with an aftermarket shock.