RideTech Shockwave 7000 Series Air Ride Rear Kit, 13 Inch Ride Height
The RideTech Shockwaves will give you the ride youve been looking for. The 7000 series is 4" in diameter and has a load capacity of 780 lbs. @ 100 psi air pressure. These work well with a rear axle weight of 1500 lbs. or less. No air tank required.
- Two Shockwaves (SKW7000)
- Air compressor (ARC1500)
- Control panel (CON1500)
- Mounting hardware, lines and fittings
- 10.66" eye to eye compressed
- 13.00" eye to eye at ride height
- 14.76" eye to eye fully extended
- 4.1" stroke
Item Details13" ride height
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