RideTech Shockwave 7000 Series Air Ride Rear Kit, 13 Inch Ride Height
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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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