Hood Shocks & Struts

Hood Shocks & Struts

OEM quality replacement hood shocks for all types of semi-trucks. We stock a complete line of hood repair products for semi trucks.

Found 8 Matching Products
Filter the list of Matching Products by selecting any of these options:
  1. Freightliner
  2. International
  1. Kenworth
  2. Mack
  1. Peterbilt
  2. Sterling
  1. Volvo
v
SKU A99608
$116.65

Hood strut with hood assist for Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks. 30.5 inches extend hood. Replaces Kenworth part L716008 and L71-6008.   Details

4 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:24 PM EST.
  • Application:Kenworth
  • Application:Peterbilt
  • Extended Length (IN)30.50
  • Note:Fits Kenworth model T680 and Peterbilt model 579 only.
  • Kenworth Number:L716008, L71-6008
  • MPN: A99608
SKU A99609
$149.95

Hood strut with hood assist for Kenworth and Peterbilt, Locking, 30.5 inches extended.   Details

5 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:24 PM EST.
  • Application:Kenworth
  • Application:Peterbilt
  • Extended Length (IN)30.50 inches
  • Note:Fits Kenworth model T680 and Peterbilt model 579 only.
  • Automann Number:A99609
  • Kenworth Number:L71-6017, L716017, L71-6009, L71-6021, L716009, L716021
  • MPN: A99609
SKU A90145
$49.92

Hood damper shock for Peterbilt Model 387 hoods. Replaces Peterbilt part 1305145, 1305145B, 13-05145 and 13-05145B.   Details

6 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:12 PM EST.
  • Application:Peterbilt
  • Peterbilt Number:1305145, 1305145B, 13-05145, 13-05145B
  • MPN: A90145
SKU A95387
$36.95

Hood shock for Volvo VN and VNL Series tilt hood. Replaces Volvo part 20358822, 20541720, 20725387, 20502741 and 20592319.   Details

6 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:12 PM EST.
  • Application:Volvo
  • Note:Use with M96948 tilt hood stud.
  • Mack Number:11QM417M
  • Volvo Number:20358822, 20541720, 20725387, 20502741, 20592319
  • MPN: A95387
SKU A91427
$70.50

Hood shock for International 5900i, 7600, 8600, 91/92/94/9900, ProStar Linehaul Conventional. Replaces International part 3501427C1.   Details

3 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:12 PM EST.
  • Application:International
  • Collapsed Length (IN)19.70
  • Extended Length (IN)32.75
  • International Number:3501427C1
  • Monroe Number:19674, 66138, OE19674S
  • MPN: A91427
SKU A99230
$65.67

Hood shock for Freightliner Cascadia, Late Columbia tilt hood models.   Details

5 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:12 PM EST.
  • Application:Freightliner
  • Freightliner Number:A1715585000, A17-15585-000, A1719230000, A17-19230-000, S20665, S-20665
  • MPN: A99230
SKU A99297
$62.22

Hood dampener for Freightliner and Sterling M2-106 trucks. Replaces Freightliner part A1714297000, A17-14297-000, A1714297002 and A17-14297-002.   Details

1 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:24 PM EST.
  • Application:Freightliner
  • Application:Sterling
  • Freightliner Number:A1714297000, A17-14297-000, A1714297002, A17-14297-002
  • MPN: A99297
SKU A95432
$35.95

Hood strut with dust boot for Mack GU models. Replace Mack part 21007401 and 82713432.   Details

3 In Stock as of September 25, 2020 8:12 PM EST.
  • Application:Mack
  • Length:10-1/2 Inches
  • Extended Length (IN)7-1/2
  • Mack Number:21007401, 82713432
  • MPN: A95432

What are Hood Shocks?

Hood shocks are used on heavy-duty trucks to slow the opening and closing of the hood. The large hoods used on class 8 trucks can be hard to manage alone and, in the wind, they can act like a sail and be pulled from your grip. Hood shocks behave like a suspension shock and absorb some of the quick movements of the hood being dropped open or slammed shut. They can use an internal coil spring, oil, compressed gas, or a combination of all three to control the weight of the hood. Hood shocks are the modern replacement for a hood cable and spring that have the additional benefit of slowing the hood down and preventing damage.

What are Hood Struts?

Most Hood struts contain the same type of internal mechanisms for slowing the hood, but they will also contain a physical locking mechanism to hold the hood open when needed. The locking mechanism will act as a hood prop would to keep the hood from closing in the wind or if parked on an incline. When the hood is fully open the locking mechanism will allow you to physically lock the hood strut and it will not be possible to compress.

When hood struts fail, the internal spring may wear out or break or the seal may fail and leak out the damping oil and gas. When the hood is open or closed, the hood shocks will no longer be able to support the weight of the hood and it will slam open or closed. This could damage the hood itself, or latching mechanisms. Hood struts should be changed soon after a failure is noticed to prevent additional damage to the truck.

Replacing Hood Struts and Shocks

When replacing hood struts and shocks, replacements should be located by using the OEM part number. Not all replacements are available in the aftermarket and “close enough” is not “good enough” when replacing these items. If a replacement is not a perfect match the strut may be over-extended, or it can bottom out before the hood is fully closed and this can rip the mounts from the hood or the cab of the truck. Measurements are given on many of the hood struts listed on our website to confirm the replacement matches before ordering. Pairing a worn-out hood strut with a new item can cause premature wear of the new item so replacement in pairs is always recommended.

If you have questions about replacing hood struts or need assistance finding your replacements, please give us a call at 1-800-358-4751 or reach out to us at TruckSpring.com


Hood Shocks & Struts Reviews

Out of 2 reviews, the average customer rating for Hood Shocks & Struts: 3 out of 5.

Need Help Finding the Right Product?

Our Michigan Based Parts Experts Can Help. Call for immediate assistance.

Please Wait...