New website for Monroe commercial-vehicle products

A new website for Monroe-branded commercial vehicle ride control products has been launched by Tenneco. The site, available in English, Spanish and French, includes business-enhancing resources such as easy, convenient catalog look-up and an extensive library of technical resources, Tenneco said.

“The Monroe commercial vehicle [line] is committed to providing the highest-quality heavy duty shock absorbers to owners of hard-working trucks, school buses, coaches, recreational vehicles and more,” said Carri Irby, brand manager, Tenneco. “This site was built with the commercial vehicle professional in mind, and we’re sure it will become a vital resource for all of your ride control jobs.”

The site includes a fixed catalog location that allows users constant access to PDFs of catalog pages by product category plus a convenient “search engine-like” search feature that creates a streamlined user experience, the company said.

The catalog also will be continuously updated with the additional coverage expected during 2013.  

An enhanced “products” section includes the latest information about Monroe’s commercial vehicle product line. Users also can utilize the guide to interchanging OE or competitor parts through the “interchange” module, making it easy to determine which Monroe parts will fit any heavy duty vehicle.

There is also a dealer locator that searches by city or zip code and includes a complete map, including store hours, websites and contact information when available.

Monroe commercial vehicle products– available for Class 3 through 8 vehicles– include application-engineered Monroe Gas-Magnum truck, Gas-Magnum 60, Gas-Magnum 65, Magnum 70, Gas-Magnum cab, Monroe Severe Service and Gas-Magnum RV shock absorbers. The product line also includes Steering Stabilizers, Gas-Magnum Spring-Over Steering Stabilizers, Trailer Retrofit Kits and Strut-Mate boot kits.


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