Air suspension systems have become very popular in the United States. By adding a compressor and valve setup to a vehicle, the driver can control the ride height of the car with the press of a button.
Many manufacturers make aftermarket suspension systems for specific vehicles. In some cases installation is very easy, but older cars may require an invasive approach. While predesigned setups work very well, customers should discuss their individual needs and hopes for these systems with mechanics before deciding on an approach. For example, in some cases it may be more desirable to add a second air tank for faster response and better air management.
Suspension Systems Increase Ride Comfort
Air suspension and management systems are not the only option. Products like the Doetsch Tech Nitro-Slammer can also smooth out the driving experience. The Doetsch Tech Nitro-Slammer is a suspension system that uses nitrogen instead of air. Due to this gas's properties, it does not expand in hotter climates and may provide better shock absorption.
The variety of options for shock and suspension systems may overwhelm some drivers. Discussing the uses for such a system with an experienced dealer can help narrow down the product choice. For example, suspension systems used on a truck that carries, pulls or pushes heavy loads is very different from what is used on a show car.
Mac's Springs carries a wide range of suspension systems for nearly every type of vehicle. Mac's Springs sells from manufacturers like Air Lift directly to consumers and also to businesses in the United States. For more information, please call 1-866-631-3626.