Heavy-duty Ride-Rites are the workhorse of Firestone's air helper spring line.The double convoluted air springs offer maximum load support, as well as years of worry-free service. Ride-Rite air helper springs can be installed on most light trucks, motorhomes, RVs, SUVs, and vans. Ride-Rites are installed between the vehicle's frame and suspension, providing load support through the use of air pressure. Firestone is committed to providing premium air helper spring kits. Ride-Rite air helper springs have become synonymous with quality, durability, and customer support.
Each application is specifically designed to maximize the safe load-carrying capacity, stability, and ride quality of the vehicle. Ride-Rite air helper springs utilize a pair of convoluted air springs which can be adjusted for changing loads. These air springs are capable of 3,200 to 5,000 lbs of load leveling capacity. Ride-Rite air helper springs enhance the ride by reducing interleaf friction. Please remember that air springs do not increase a vehicle's load-carrying capacity.
Everything is included for a quick, easy installation. Brackets, air springs, hardware, air line, and separate valves for manual inflation. Optional air accessories are available for all applications. Average installation time is approximately 1-2 hours.Features
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