North American Turbocoupe Organization



Re: PRC Shocks
cnpowell Offline
Senior Member
#1
ww1.autopartauctions.com

This website list 17 new rear electronic shocks for our TC's for around $50.00 plus shipping .... I purchased 4. I, also, bought the only strut they had for $100.00. I'm not sure if it's required to registered or not .... I am a registered purchaser.
Carl (cnpowell)
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bhpinto79 Offline
Member
#2
do you have a part # please
White - 88 5 spd w/Gillis & K&N
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Pete D Offline
Administrator
#3
Ford PNs are in the PN forum. At the website above look for AS191
Pete Dunham


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cnpowell Offline
Senior Member
#4
These are the steps to find shocks:
- Fill in car info
- Hit search button
- Select 4-140 2.3L SOHC button, wait for page
update
- Select suspension and steering in drop-down
menu, wait for page update.
- Click a box that's displayed (it does not
work if you select a shock??????????), wait for
page update
- Click the red "GO to StoreFront" button, wait
for new page to display.
- Click the shock and strut button in the drop-
down menu, wait for page update.
- They are listed as AS191 (part number E87Z-
18125-C is on the box)
- Double-Click the AS191 line
- You (hopefully) should see the "Add to Cart"
button.

Let me know how you make out.
Carl (cnpowell)
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Ballman Offline
Senior Member
#5
Hey , do they have a phone number, I need at set bad , if not please get me a set , I can send a pay-pal to ya , Thanks, DW
DW
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Pete D Offline
Administrator
#6
Ballman, You are going to pay twice for shipping. It isn't that hard to set up an account. Took a couple minutes there. It took a few minutes to work through the process Carl listed above but once that was done I had two ordered.
If you can't do it for some reason, email me.
Pete Dunham


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cnpowell Offline
Senior Member
#7
Hey Pete,

Do you know anything about the front adjustable strut that listed on the website .... Motorcraft part number AM934G??????
Carl (cnpowell)
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Pete D Offline
Administrator
#8
Carl, I'll have to look. Try to get to it later today.
Pete Dunham


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Pete D Offline
Administrator
#9
It's a F7AJ 18124 LA & F7AJ 18124 LB part number which is 1987 ("F7")

The 3rd character -"A" says its for a full sized car, not a Tbird. It would be "S" if it was Thunderbird. Look at the 3rd character in the PRC part numbers in the PN forum:
http://natomessageboard.com/ultimatebb.p...116#000000
Pete Dunham


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Ballman Offline
Senior Member
#10
I try this morning and did not see that part number , if their sold out , I will be pissed off , I needed a set to finish the resto. on the Pace car . DW
DW
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