Better Control For Your SVT Trunk
This 1999-2004 Ford SVT Lightning KYB MonoMax high performance gas shock is specifically designed for drivers who want an improved ride and handling. They feature an oversized 46mm piston and bore, and higher rebound dampening. The high-pressure monotube design provides a more stable ride with reduced roll and pitch. They also use multi-stage valve compression, which automatically adjusts to your driving conditions. A perfect replacement for blown or worn out shocks!
KYB - World Class Shocks & Struts
KYB manufactures and markets a full line of Mustang & LIghtning shocks and struts for replacement, upgrade and performance applications. The KYB line includes GR-2® Premium Shocks and Struts, Gas-a-Just® High Performance Shocks, MonoMax™ Heavy Duty Shocks, AGX® Sport Adjustable Shocks and Struts, strut mounts and boots.
KYB uses its innovative design and advanced engineering to produce state-of-the-art shocks and struts that are recognized worldwide for their proven reliability and superior ride control. There is no comparison when it comes to KYB and other shocks and struts. Unlike other manufacturers, KYB inspects the quality of each and every part. That means fewer comebacks, more satisfied customers and a limited lifetime warranty rate that averages less than one percent.
KYB is the world’s largest supplier of shocks and struts to vehicle manufacturers. KYB produces a variety of ride control products for use as original equipment and replacement parts in automobiles, motorcycles,
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Bought my 2002 Lightning new. With exception of my installing a K&N cold air system, my truck remained bone stock for its first 10 years. At 90K miles of reliable driving, I decided to give my truck a...