RideTech 30121000 Standard Air Ride Suspension 2 Wheel Compressor Kit
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Finish your air spring suspension with a complete compressor system from AirRide Technologies. Air Ride Technologies classic, standard, non-electronic RidePRO systems use the highest quality valve bodies, compressors, and components to deliver dependable and repeatable manual control. Manual controls provide the ability to inflate or deflate system.
With the exception of our ShockWave kits, our air ride conversion kits DO NOT include a compressor, controls, etc. These manual-controlled systems are the right choice for bare bones installs and folks looking to for the most inexpensive way to run air suspension system.
- Tank: 7" x 12" long, 1 gallon capacity
- Compressor: 6" x 5" tall, 150 psi
All Compressor Systems include:
- Air tank
- Control panel
- Air line and fittings
Item DetailsTank, compressor, control panel. Controls two air springs. One pneumatic valve at dash.
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