Ideal for temporarily towing boats and trailers or for heavy loads
Can help improve handling and can reduce the risk of bottoming out
Up to 1,100 pounds per pair of leveling capacity [Not to exceed vehicle GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating). Product does not increase payload]
Warranty netted into the price
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Purchased this set of air shocks to elevate the rear end of my classic car. IMO, going with the air shocks was the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to raise the back end of my car. Plus, I could easily adjust the height by adding a little more air, or dropping it back down by relieving some of the air pressure. The minimum air pressure for these particular air shocks is 25 psi and the max is 200 psi. I purchased these air shocks primarily to jack up my car, as we use to say in my old school days, and they do that very well. Back in the day, people would use air shocks to raise the back end of their cars in order to fit wider tires on their street rod. Anyway, some people claim that air shocks tend to stiffen the ride, but I haven't noticed that to be the case with my car. Perhaps that's because I keep the pressure around 35 psi. Nevertheless, IMO, the air shocks are a very cost effective means of leveling or elevating the rear suspension on a vehicle. Even though the installation is...
Bought a set of these shocks and installed them, cut and fitted the hose lines, ran the lines and air nipple into the truck and when I went to inflate them one of the shocks was leaking air from the top of the piston. Called Amazon and they were great shipped me out a new pair the next day. Inflated these before putting them on the car and they held air. installed them and when I went to inflate them both shocks leaked air from the piston. I guess when there is weight on them it makes a difference. Called tech support at Gabriel and they gave me no help, they said they were having a issue with manufacturing. I want to know if you are aware there is a problem why would you continue to sell these. I am very dissapointed with these and would not recomend these to anyone.
Found these and via recommendation I installed on my 1957 Thunderbird. Perfect fit. Ran the air feed up through the fuel line housing neck and popped it out facing up. Just open the trunk and it is right there. Hardly noticeable and don't' think I will be dinged at car show for it.
Ride is 100% improved. Good quality, all the parts you need. Ready to install. Just need a big lift!
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