Peterbilt Shock Absorber | Paccar B71-6019 ~ Gabriel 85989 | FleetRun FR-SPSN740


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Part Number

  • FleetRun: FR-SPSN740

Cross Reference Part Numbers

  • Paccar: B71-6019 / B71-6020
  • Gabriel: 85989


    • Position: Front
    • Extended Length: 20.78 in.
    • Collapsed Length: 13.15 in.
    • Stroke Length: 7.63 in.
    • Bore: 1.625 in.
    • Rebound: 1812 lbs.
    • Compression: 351 lbs.

    Please note: this is an aftermarket part, the use of other manufacturer's names, part numbers or trademarks is for informational purposes only.

    Please verify OEM part numbers before purchasing, FleetRun assumes no liability related to product use and fitment.

    Upgrade Your Ride with the Peterbilt Shock Absorber | Unmatched Performance & Comfort!

    Revitalize your driving experience with our high-performance Peterbilt Shock Absorber. Engineered to deliver exceptional results, this top-of-the-line shock absorber is a perfect blend of durability, reliability, and comfort. Whether you drive a Peterbilt, Kenworth, or other heavy-duty truck, this premium shock absorber is designed to elevate your ride to the next level.

    Why Choose Our Peterbilt Shock Absorber?

    Precision Engineering: Crafted with precision and attention to detail, this shock absorber guarantees a smooth and controlled ride on any road. The Paccar B71-6019 and Gabriel 85989 combination ensures outstanding performance, making it the ideal choice for your front steer axle.

    Unmatched Quality: Built to meet OEM standards, our shock absorber is constructed from premium materials, ensuring long-lasting performance even under demanding conditions. Say goodbye to uncomfortable rides and embrace the smoothness and stability this shock absorber brings to your suspension system.

    Improved Suspension: As a crucial component of your suspension system, our shock absorber significantly reduces vibrations and impact, providing better handling and enhanced safety for you and your cargo.

    Wide Compatibility: Whether you drive a Kenworth T680, Kenworth T880, Peterbilt 348, Peterbilt 567, Peterbilt 579, or other compatible models, our shock absorber guarantees a perfect fit and seamless integration. Experience the benefits of OEM quality without the hefty price tag.

    Upgrade Your Driving Experience Today!

    Don't settle for a bumpy and uncomfortable ride. Upgrade your truck with our Peterbilt Shock Absorber and enjoy the comfort and stability you deserve. Whether you need an OEM replacement or are looking to enhance your truck's performance, FleetRun delivers quality you can trust.

    Unleash the full potential of your truck's suspension system with our aftermarket shock absorber. Say goodbye to worn-out and unreliable shocks and embrace the reliability and smoothness of our top-quality product.

    Order now and experience the difference firsthand. With FREE SHIPPING and a commitment to quality, FleetRun is your one-stop-shop for premium replacement parts for your heavy-duty truck.

    Note: Ensure proper compatibility and installation for your specific truck model. Ride with confidence and comfort with our Peterbilt Shock Absorber - Upgrade your truck today!

    • Kenworth T680
    • Kenworth T880
    • Peterbilt 348
    • Peterbilt 567
    • Peterbilt 579
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    Signs of Failing Shock Absorbers

    1. Uneven tire wear: If the shock absorbers are not functioning properly, the tires may wear unevenly.
    2. Increased bounce: If the shock absorbers are worn out, the truck or trailer may exhibit increased bounce or oscillation when driving over rough roads, bumps or when braking suddenly.
    3. Difficulty steering: Worn shock absorbers can make it more difficult to steer the vehicle, especially at higher speeds.
    4. Poor handling: Failed shock absorbers can cause the truck or trailer to handle poorly, making it difficult to control the vehicle.
    5. Excessive body roll: If the shock absorbers are not functioning properly, the vehicle may exhibit excessive body roll when turning or cornering.

    Can bad shocks ruin tires?

    Yes, failing shock absorbers can cause the tires to wear unevenly or prematurely, leading to the need for costly tire replacements.
    Check out our full blog article here: Signs, Troubleshooting & Consequences of Failing Shock Absorbers on your Semi Truck & Trailer
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