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Can somebody look up an old Gabriel Shock part #?

Gabriel 82165, it at LEAST pre 2004, the Gabriel website doesn't have it listed or a replacement for it.

Hoping somebody has an older than 2004 paper catalog to look up the application for 82165.

Thanks,
Mike

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Monroe Application Table

This Monroe Miscellaneous Application Chart is the only thing I can think of that may help (and it's
a longshot). You will need to get the code for your shock mounting with the Shock Absorber
Mounting "Style" Sheet. Then go to the Shock Absorber "Dimension" Chart and find a match to
your mounts and extended / compressed lengths. Then track down the application for that
part number. I told you it wasn't going to be pretty!

Hopefully someone can cross reference your Gabriel number.

Dave
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