QUESTION OF THE WEEK:
We believe that it is important to know a product before you purchase it. So, we thought it would be a good idea to start a question of the week so that we can try to answer as many of our customer's, or potential customer's, questions as we can. If you have a question please don't hesitate to contact us.
Question: What happens if I blow an Air Bag?
Answer: Blowing an air bag is not as dramatic as you think.
The Auto Flex Air Ride Suspension was designed with safety in mind. If an airbag failure occurs the truck will settle down gently on the bump stops inside the airbags and external bump stops as well. You will be able to still drive the vehicle safely down the road until you can get to a repair facility.
Do you have a question about the Air Ride Suspensions?
Question: I have air bags on my truck, what's the difference?
Answer: Adding airbags to your current spring suspension is called Air Assisted. This system will level out your truck with the addition of air, usually done at gas stations. Unfortunately, it does nothing for the actual ride quality and can cause major damage to your truck by changing the designated load-bearing points of the chassis. Our Auto Flex Air Ride Suspension is a complete suspension conversion.
Springs are completely replaced with air ride system
Air assisted: the air bag sits ontop of the springs