I restock Monroe shocks everyday, and am quite definitely in the USA.
Go check a cross reference, and stop by a local parts house with the number,
if they can't find it first.
> <- snip ->
> > I don't think Monroes are out there any more.
> Um, I beg to differ, although they may not be sold in the US any more (I
> don't know), but (according to Monroe) 97% of the new cars made in
> are fitted with Monroe shocks. And they still export and supply the
> aftermarket accessory markets... Oh, and did I mention that the head
> for the shock absorber division is right here in South Australia. Oh, I
> did. :-)
> So, you should be able to get Monroes without too many problems, but don't
> ask me what the part number would be for a TR6 (although I would like to
> know)... Maybe I'll give them a call...
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