Donnie Allison hooked his Harley up with an EZ Rider Air Suspension

Donnie Allison of stock car racing's famed "Alabama Gang" gives a thumbs up with CEO Chip Lofton. Allison was getting a tour of the facility while having an EZ Rider air suspension system installed on his Harley Davidson motorcycle.

Donnie Allison of stock racing’s famed “Alabama Gang” was on hand to tour the facility in North Carolina on July 18th. He was in town to have a complete EZ Rider motorcycle air suspension system installed on his personal Harley Davidson motorcycle.

“I am retired from driving race cars, but I still really enjoy getting on my motorcycle,” the 79-year-old Allison said. He is a Miami native who resided most of his career in Hueytown, AL.

“I have heard a lot of good things about the EZ Rider air system from a friend of mine that had it installed,” Allison said. “I really look forward to a more comfortable ride and the ability to raise and lower the bike. That should make it much easier to get on and off.”

Donnie Allison and his amazing career

Allison was a 10-time winner in the premier NASCAR Cup Series. He was also the sport’s “Rookie of the Year” award winner in 1967. He and his brother Bobby Allison were anchor members of the “Alabama Gang.” The brothers got this name from their domination of stock car racing in the South for part of three decades. The Allison Brothers frequently teamed up with lifelong family friend Red Farmer. In later years they joined up with Neil Bonnett.

Donnie Allison was the 1970 Rookie of the Year award winner in the Indianapolis 500. That year he finished fourth driving a Greer Eagle 67 Offenhauser for Ansted-Thompson Racing. Allison is a member of the International Motorsports Hall of Fame. designs and assembles the EZ Rider air suspension systems right here in the USA. The family-owned company has been handling luxury vehicle suspension conversions for more than 20 years.

An EZ Rider motorcycle air suspension is offered for most major brands of bikes and can be found on the Motorcycle page of Installation is available by appointment at the Strutmasters facility in Roxboro, NC. However, the product comes with detailed instructions and can be installed by consumers with proper tools.

WATCH: Audrey Worm talks about her experience in Bristol

Audrey Worm talks about her race at Bristol to Top Fuel driver Audrey Worm continued her rise to prominence in Bristol. Though she drew a tough first-round matchup in former world champion Antron Brown, she put down a good clean run at one of the season’s biggest events.

Worm explained that even though she didn’t win her round, the competition brought out the best in her.

“I definitely had to be on my A game with Antron,” said Worm. “He is killer on the light and all I kept telling myself was, ‘Just don’t red light but try to tree him.’ It was actually my personal best light. It was a 96 and normally they’re about 180 so I was happy with that. We had a good run.”
Worm has seen her profile rise quickly recently.

Audrey Worm star on the rise

She won her first round win at the 2019 NGK Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals. Soon after, she laid down a three-second pass at the Virginia Nationals in Richmond. Soon after, she picked up support from Strutmasters, wearing the logo for the first time in Bristol.

Perhaps the biggest news to come out of Worm’s camp, however, is that she plans on taking over ownership of the team by the start of the 2020 season. She would be one of just a few women to own a professional racing outfit.

Watch her talk about her Bristol performance here:

Jeep Cherokee air suspension issues? Here’s how to end them for good.

Jeep Cherokee suspension issues can be corrected with a genuine Strutmasters kit

The Jeep Cherokee is an American classic. The Cherokee was the SUV before SUVs were cool (or even a marketing term).

Over the years, Jeep has added a few comforts to the rugged utility vehicle. Upgraded interior packages, stereo components, electronics and most notably, Jeep’s Quadralift air suspension have been added to the Cherokee over time.

When new, this air suspension provides a smooth, comfortable ride for the driver and passengers. However, most owners find that as the car gets up in miles, they start to notice suspension issues.

It is important to recognize that these issues are VERY common. First, let’s explore some of the most common symptoms of a broken Jeep Cherokee suspension.

Jeep Cherokee air suspension common issues

Active suspension issues can present themselves in many ways. While many of these are common problems for Jeep owners, they are really problems with air suspension as a whole. They are not necessarily specific to Jeep Quadralift.

One of the main problems owners notice is that the rear of the Cherokee sags. This makes the Jeep look like it’s leaning back. This happens because the rear suspension is unable to keep the rear end at the correct height.

Another common issue is the dreaded “nose dive.” This occurs when the front suspension wears out. The force of the car coming to a stop makes the car lurch forward and the front end dives towards the ground. This is not only uncomfortable, it is dangerous. At this point, your Cherokee is taking much longer to stop than it should.

Another issue one might notice is the car not coming to a full stop quickly enough. Some owners will also face a noisy compressor. Others might find that their Jeep Cherokee doesn’t maintain its ride height at all.

These are all issues you might notice with your Jeep Cherokee, even before the suspension warning appears.

If you are unsure of whether your suspension is doing alright, try to give it the “bounce test.”

Walk around to each corner of your Jeep Cherokee. Push down on the corner and let go. If the corner pops back up and stays, the suspension on that particular wheel is doing just fine. However, if it bounces up and down after you release it, it likely has a problem.

So your Jeep Cherokee has suspension issues, how to fix them?

At this point, you should be pretty aware of whether or not you are experiencing Jeep Cherokee Quadralift suspension problems. If you believe that your suspension is worn out or broken, it’s time to take it in to the shop to have it looked at.

Depending on where you go, you’ll get different solutions to fix your active suspension. Most, if not all of them, will be very expensive.

The dealership will likely recommend that you replace any worn out parts with parts from the manufacturer. If money is no object, this is a good way to keep your active suspension in tact.

However, please know that air suspensions are interdependent and that they are all but guaranteed to wear out. That means that over time, you will be replacing most of the components at some point.

Going for one replacement air spring might not seem like a huge expense. However, as they wear out at the same rate, the other three will need replacement soon.

This creates a problem with using third-party air suspension parts too. While you may save a little on the part itself, the problem remains. You will eventually need to fix everything.

Another option for your Jeep Cherokee

While this might sound like the end of the line, you do have another option.

You could get rid of your Jeep Cherokee air suspension issues completely by simply getting rid of your air suspension altogether!

Your Cherokee does still need a suspension, so you will need to replace it with something. Fortunately, Strutmasters has engineered the perfect kit to convert your Jeep Cherokee to reliable, sturdy coilover struts.

Rather than use air and a bunch of electronic components to keep your SUV off of the ground, these kits use good-old mechanical resistance. No electronics. No moving parts.

With Strutmasters’ patented Glide-Ride Technology, you’ll find that this new suspension compares quite well to your old air suspension. And with much fewer problems.

The simplicity of these kits helps out in more ways than one. Not only are there fewer components to fail, they are pretty simple to install at home. In fact, you probably already have all the tools you need to do it yourself!

With a high-quality, dependable jack and some basic hand tools, you can install this kit in about one hour per wheel. That’s basically an afternoon weekend.

Even if you don’t feel comfortable installing it yourself, the easy installation means you pay less in labor costs.

Finally, each kit comes with its own Limited Lifetime Warranty. That means as long as you have your Jeep Cherokee on the road, Strutmasters guarantees the suspension under most circumstances. So once you install your new struts, you won’t have to worry again as long as you drive your Cherokee!

Ready to convert and save!?

When you’re ready to end those Jeep Cherokee suspension problems for good, simply order online or call one of our Suspension Experts at (866) 360-7558 to get a perfect match for your vehicle!

Strutmasters racing well represented at Thunder Valley in Bristol owner and founder Chip Lofton checks Audrey Worm's car before a race. was well represented during the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals June 14-16 at one of the most scenic stops on the NHRA trail — historic Bristol Dragway nestled in the mountains of eastern Tennessee countryside. newest driver Audrey Worm

Audrey Worm of  Grantville PA qualified 13th in the Top Fuel Dragster from the shops of Leverich Family Racing.  This left her with a first-round match up with fourth-fastest qualifier Antron Brown, a former NHRA champion with 50 Top Fuel victories.

Worm had a solid reaction time of .096 seconds at the start, but Brown got the advantage with a .064-second RT and won with a pass at 3.863 seconds and 318.24 miles an hour.  Worm averted a skirmish with the wall on the bumpy Bristol track and pulled out a 4.082-second run.  She hit a top speed of 271.79 miles an hour before shutting it down early in the 1000-foot race.

“We found some things after that run and I know we can go a lot faster,” said Worm during an autograph session with throngs of fans in attendance.  “We are encouraged that our time would have been good enough to win in several of the other first round matchups, but you have to give Antron and his team credit.  Proud of all our team.  They did an awesome job.  We are knocking on the door of winning some rounds.”

Mike Salinas of San Jose, CA topped reigning series champion Steve Torrence of Longview, TX in the Top Fuel event finals at Bristol.  Salinas hit 325.69 miles an hour, completing the final pass in 3.836 seconds.

Johnny Pluchino makes his 1/4 mile debut

Second generation driver Johnny Pluchino made his quarter-mile debut in the Ford Mustang in an exhibition of Mountain Motor Pro Stock cars at Bristol.  The Mountain Motor cars are hence named for their massive engines – ranging from 818 to 840 inches of cubic displacement.  The regular NHRA Pro Stock Class features engines at 500 cid.

Pluchino qualified third in a stellar field at Bristol with a quarter-mile pass at 6.364 seconds, just over 220 miles an hour.   The New York native had a mechanical issue just seconds prior to his first elimination run that prevented him from showing his hand.

“We were so disappointed for all the folks at,” said Pluchino.  “We were extremely happy with how consistent the car was in qualifying.  We ran 220 miles an hour both times we completed a run.  As it turned out, that would have been fast enough to be in the hunt for a victory here today.”

The 2018 PDRA Pro Outlaw 632 World Champion added:  “We learned a ton of things this weekend.  Once we get it all put together, we are confident we can be a factor at this level.”

Virginia driver Todd Hoerner prevailed in the Mountain Motor Pro Stock event at Bristol with a pass at 6.425 seconds at 219.36 miles an hour.

The “Nitro Granny” shows support for her Strutmasters family

The Nitro Granny, Janette Thornley of Statesville, was in attendance at Bristol, but did not participate in the Top Fuel Harley event for the fastest motorcycles that race in NHRA.

“Just here learning and gathering as many details as we can,” said Thornley, who is seeking to become the first female rider in the Top Fuel Harley class with backing from  “We’re going to continue chasing wins on our Pro Fuel bike and test some with the Top Fuel bike.  The Top Fuel bikes are 25 to 30 miles an hour faster, but I look forward to the challenge.”

Til Tharpe of East Bend, NC, prevailed at Bristol in the Top Fuel Harley class with a run at 6.426 seconds and 218.90 miles an hour.

5 really good reasons to add air shocks to your Harley-Davidson

a lowered harley with air shocks on

Air shocks used to be a bit of a rigged solution for Harley riders. In order to get that air ride feel, many owners were stripping air suspension components off of old Chevys and other vehicles. Then they would modify them to fit their Harley.

Now, suspension industry leader Strutmasters is offering its signature engineering touch in the world of motorcycle air suspensions. The EZ Rider air shocks line gives riders the choice of installing premium air shocks that are engineered specifically for their motorcycle.

These easy-to-install kits offer many benefits to Harley owners. Let’s take look at some of them here.

5. Adjustable ride height for your Harley

Although no two people are built exactly alike, you’d think everyone was based on how motorcycles are built.

No matter how tall or short you are, the seat on your Harley is fixed at the same height. For tall folks, that means keeping your legs in uncomfortable positions while riding. For shorter folks, that means not always being able to put their feet down. That’s not just uncomfortable, it’s downright dangerous.

Air shocks, like the EZ Rider system, allow Harley owners to quickly adjust the ride height on their motorcycle. This means a more comfortable and safer ride for everyone.

4. Better ride comfort

If you’ve ever driven a car with air shocks, you know what that ride feels like. It’s smooth, almost like you’re floating on a cloud.

As anyone who’s spent more than a little time on a motorcycle knows, the shock of the road can start to take its toll pretty quickly.

With EZ Rider air shocks, Harley owners can enjoy a much smoother, more comfortable ride. While they’re great for Sunday drivers, the effect is maximized for riders who like to put in long hours on the road.

Strutmasters’ exclusive design includes a rubber bump stop inside to eliminate a harsh ride when the air shocks are fully compressed.

3. Adjustable firmness

Just as not all riders are built the same, not all Harley riders drive the same either.

Some drivers prefer a softer suspension that makes their ride feel smooth and easy. Others prefer a firmer, sportier suspension.

But what if you didn’t have to choose just one? Once installed, drivers can adjust the firmness of the suspension to their preference. This essentially means a different suspension for different situations.

2. Better for passengers

Air shocks aren’t just more comfortable for you, they’re more comfortable for your passengers, too.

The EZ Rider air shock system offers additional support for motorcycle passengers. This can potentially save you tons in wear and tear on your Harley if you put a lot of miles in.

Air shocks also offer the same adjustability benefits to passengers as they do drivers.

1. Looks cool

Okay, let’s face it. This is why a lot of you are here.

There is no doubt that lowered Harleys look just about as boss as anything else on the road. With the EZ Rider Harley kit, you can lower your bike whenever you want to, and raise it back up whenever you need to.

With these kits, you can appreciate the good looks of a lowered bike whenever you want without sacrificing your ride control or scraping the bottom of your bike.

Order your easy-to-install kit today and enjoy all the benefits EZ Rider air shocks have to offer!

Johnny Pluchino ready to take on NHRA Mountain Motor Pro Stock

johnny pluchino drives a ford mustang

Just a little more than a month after his surprise Extreme Pro Stock debut at the PDRA North-South Shootout in Maryland, Johnny Pluchino has his sights set on the NHRA Mountain Motor Pro Stock field. The second-generation driver will make his quarter-mile debut in the Mountain Motor Pro Stock exhibition rounds at the Thunder Valley Nationals in Bristol, June 14-16.

Pluchino, the son of 2016 PDRA Extreme Pro Stock world champion John Pluchino, will drive his father’s ‘13 Ford Mustang at Bristol Speedway.

“This is a really big race for us,” said Pluchino. “There’s so many things going into this race. I’m preparing for it like it’s one of the biggest races of my life because it might be.”

Johnny Pluchino earns his spot

Pluchino got the opportunity to enter the Extreme Pro Stock competition after several test runs in the Mustang at the PDRA Virginia race. He was notified of the decision just hours before qualifying races began. Once he accepted the opportunity, he qualified at No. 4.

“I was actually a little torn,” said Pluchino. “I’ve been waiting to get in that car for, realistically, the last three years. I was also torn because my dad was the points leader going into that race and he pulled himself out of the championship hunt to allow me to race. From the team standpoint and as my father’s son, I was upset, but as the driver about to get in this awesome Pro Stock car, I was happy. My emotions were going in both directions, but at that point I understood why my dad made the decision he made. It was a long-term decision and I’m really grateful for it. It was a very unselfish decision and it got me a little more prepared to go to the quarter mile come Bristol.”

Not Johnny Pluchino’s first time around at Bristol

However, this won’t be Pluchino’s first race at Bristol. He actually competed nearly 15 years ago. At that time, he was racing in a Junior Dragster at the NHRA Jr. Drag Racing League’s Eastern Conference Finals. He’ll now have the chance to compete in a championship-level vehicle.

“Bristol is a very exciting track with a lot of history, especially in Mountain Motor Pro Stock,” Pluchino said. “It’s a beautiful facility, but it also presents its challenges. We’re excited to go there and to face these challenges. I’m excited for this race because of the history of the track and being able to say I raced Pro Stock at an NHRA race after racing Jr. Dragsters there years ago, but I’m more focused on what we have to do to make sure we’re successful.”

Getting support from

It wasn’t until signing a partnership with Chip Lofton and his brand that the Pluchino Racing Team decided to dive into the NHRA Mountain Pro Stock field. Lofton, who started the suspension manufacturing company in 1999, has been adding pieces to his racing portfolio. He signed a partnership with Pluchino earlier this year, providing the team with financial support and brand support. Lofton and others from Strutmasters will be at the Thunder Valley Nationals. There, they will support The Pluchino Racing team as well as several other teams which they sponsor.

“Honestly, we wouldn’t be at this Bristol race if it wasn’t for Chip’s support,” Pluchino said. “It will be nice to have Chip there and it gives us a little more motivation to come out on top and get a trophy. It would be awesome to be in the final round and be able to hold the trophy in the winner’s circle with my dad, my crew and my sponsor.”

Johnny Pluchino and the Mountain Motor Pro Stock team will make qualifying runs on Friday and Saturday. The eliminations are set for Sunday.

Ever dream of having your name on a Top Fuel racer? Here’s your chance.

audrey worm racing for

After getting a big boost from, Audrey Worm is looking to add a few more names to her car. Could one of them be yours?

We are offering racing fans a unique chance to be a part of Audrey Worm’s racing team. For $200, you can sponsor the exciting up-and-coming driver. Millions of people will see your name on national television this weekend at the NHRA Thundervalley Nationals in Bristol, Tennessee.

Clicking this button will take you directly to Audrey Worm Racing’s PayPal account, where you can make the payment. Please include any instructions for the text in the “message” field.

Audrey Worm making a name for herself

Last season, Worm competed on in a limited number of NHRA Mello Yello Series. She finished 18th overall in the points standings.

Worm’s team is made up of all volunteers and she uses second-hand parts from other teams. In the early stages of her career she has shown remarkable heart and fortitude behind the wheel.

Her goal at Bristol is to make three qualifying runs and at least one semi final run.

This season, she is looking to continue her rise. To do so, she is breaking new ground in fan interaction. In addition to the name sponsorship opportunity, Worm is also offering fans a new way to keep in touch.

For the 2019 run, Audrey Worm Racing has a dedicated SMS system to send content and unique fan opportunities direct to her fans’ phones.

In addition to news and exclusive behind-the-scenes content, subscribers will be entered to win weekend ticket packages. These drawings will happen for every race in which Audrey Worm Racing competes. Winners will also be a special guest in the team’s pits.

Fans will also be offered subscriber-only deals from team sponsors and Audrey Worm Racing merchandise.

Audrey Worm Racing fans just need to text ‘RACEFAN’ to 555888 to join the team.

Why your Infiniti QX56 suspension fails, and how to fix it for good

Infiniti QX56 with no suspension issues. Fix your suspension today with Strutmasters.

Infiniti’s QX56 was the Japenese luxury automaker’s update to the Nissan Armada. Based off the same platform, the QX56 offered refinement and class in the crowded full-size SUV market. With finishing touches like a Bose sound system and adaptive cruise control, the Infiniti QX56 competed with luxury brands from around the world.

Despite its refinements, many QX56 owners have reported issues with a failing suspension. Often times this comes in the form of a sagging rear end of the vehicle. However, it can also appear in the form of increased stopping distance, “squatting” when coming to a stop, or the vehicle not being able to maintain proper ride height.

There are a number of reasons why this issue is so prevalent among Infiniti QX56 owners. Let’s explore why.

Infiniti QX56 and its air suspension system

Beginning in 2004, the Infiniti QX56 was outfitted with an active air suspension. This system allowed for a super comfortable ride.

The active suspension works by constantly taking readings of the ride height at each wheel. It then transmits this information to a central computer, or control module. The computer decides how much each corner of the vehicle needs to be raised or lowered. Once it does this, it sends a signal to an air compressor. This compressor pumps air through the system and into each airbag, inflating or deflating the corner to its proper ride height.

All this complexity makes for a wonderful, responsive, cloud-like ride. The problem is, it also leads to almost certain failure of the system.

Why Infiniti QX56 air suspensions fail

There are two main reasons air suspensions fail and the Infiniti QX56 is no different.

The first is due to just what we mentioned above. Air suspensions are incredibly complex. They are made up of many components, all of which depend on each other to work.

If, for example, there is a leak in an air line, the compressor will work much harder to keep the system inflated. Even something as small as a poorly-aligned gasket can throw the whole system out of whack.

The other big reason that air suspensions fail consistently is that many of the components are either moving parts or are made of flexible (and therefore flimsy) materials.

Components such as the ride height sensor are constantly moving and rubbing up against themselves and other components. No matter how well-constructed a part is, this will always result in eventual failure.

Other parts, like the airbags, need to be flexible to serve their purpose. These components have a very high risk of tearing, being punctured, or dry-rotting in bad weather and storage conditions.

Put together, failure of the system in some way, shape, or form is completely inevitable.

How to fix your Infiniti QX56 suspension

The Infiniti dealership will probably recommend that you just replace your air suspension components with OEM parts. This nets them both a sale and some serious time under the hood, leaving your wallet looking slim.

To add insult to injury, the failure rate of air suspensions means you’ll probably be back to fix another component soon.

Here’s another option for you to consider. Why keep bothering with that air suspension at all?

Surely it has served you well during its useful lifetime. However, at this point in your QX64 lifetime, do you really want to spend thousands of dollars and countless hours at the shop to keep it? You don’t have to.

The Infiniti QX56 suspension solution

Rather than continue to fuss with that air suspension, you can just ditch it entirely and replace it.

This kit from Strutmasters will allow you to replace your rear air suspension for under $400. That’s less than half of what it would cost you to replace it with air suspension components from the factory.

Instead of rubber sacks filled with air, this traditional suspension uses mechanical resistance to keep your car at its proper ride height. Engineered with Strutmasters’ patented GlideRide Technology, these properly rated springs ensure your new ride feels as close to the original as possible.

Unlike those complex air suspension systems, this suspension kit is so simple you can install it yourself with tools you probably already have. Most QX56 owners find that they can replace their suspensions in about one hour per wheel.

Every kit comes packaged with detailed instructions to help even the most novice DIYer install their own suspension. If that doesn’t work, Strutmasters’ YouTube channel also has videos to guide you through the process:

Best of all, each Infiniti QX56 suspension replacement kit comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. This means that your suspension is guaranteed as long as your vehicle is on the road under most circumstances.

Are you ready to make the switch and end your Infiniti QX56 suspension problems for good? Order online or give one of our Suspension Experts a call at (866) 715-6013 to get exactly what you need today!

How to end your Dodge Ram suspension problems today for cheap


Since 1981, the Dodge Ram has been one of the top-selling and top-rated pickup trucks in America. The Chrysler-made trucks have been named Motor Trend magazine’s “Truck of the Year” six times.

Known for their brawny build and raw power, Ram trucks have become a favorite amongst people looking for a large, capable pickup.

With the implementation of an active air suspension in 2013, drivers were treated to adjustable ride heights and a smoother ride than before. However, all this came with a price tag.

Known Dodge Ram Suspension Issues

The main problem is that those expensive air suspensions have a limited lifetime. Ram owners all around the country have begun experiencing problems with their air suspensions.

Some of those problems include the truck not being able to maintain its ride height. Others report that their Dodge Ram sags in the rear or at one of the corners. Many others have reported a compressor that is suspiciously noisy or runs for far too long.

Whatever the issue, many owners are shocked to see the estimate for repairing their air suspension. Those costs can climb into the thousands depending on what needs to be replaced. Unfortunately, with air suspensions most of the components will eventually need to be replaced.

Why Dodge Ram air suspensions fail

The truth is that it is not a problem that is unique to the Dodge Ram. In fact, the Ram’s air suspension is very sophisticated and well-engineered.

Unfortunately the problem is just the nature of air suspensions. They are complex systems that have lots of interdependent parts. In addition, they rely on moving parts and electronic components–the two types of components most likely to fail–in order to get the job done.

Here’s how your Dodge Ram air suspension works.

Your truck has ride height sensors mounted at each corner. Those sensors read how high up off the ground that corner of the vehicle is and then report that information to the control module. This is essentially a small computer.

The control module then decides if that corner needs to be raised or lowered. Once it does this, it sends a signal to the air compressor to pump air into or out of the airbag. These airbags, made of flexible rubber, are what support the weight of your vehicle.

This cycle happens constantly while the car is on, meaning it happens thousands of times every time you drive the car!

While it provides an unparalleled ride, all that complexity means it is all but guaranteed to fail.

What are my options?

Most people will first take their truck to the Dodge dealership to get it looked at. Typically, the dealership will offer to replace the air suspension components with OEM parts. This will result in a very expensive estimate.

In order to save a little money, others might look for aftermarket air suspension components. But even these are expensive and complicated to install. After parts and labor, the repair bill will still seem pretty high.

Fortunately, there is another way.

Convert your Ram to coil suspension

This may seem a little counter-intuitive. After all, you did pay for and probably enjoy that air suspension. But is it really worth the expense of keeping it if you don’t have to?

Strutmasters has engineered the perfect air-to-coil conversion kit for your Dodge Ram. Rather than air and electronics, this traditional suspension supports your truck with good old-fashioned mechanical resistance.

While you won’t see much of a difference in your ride, you will see a huge difference in price. Rather than the thousands it would cost you to fully replace your air suspension, this kit will replace all four wheels for under $900.

Our engineers have researched the specific needs of your Dodge Ram to make sure this kit comes as close to the original air ride as possible. The premium springs included in this kit have been tuned and rated to give you the perfect balance between stability and comfort.

The simplicity of this suspension makes it a breeze to install at home. You probably already have all the tools you need to do it yourself, even if you’re not the most capable handyman in the world. It takes most people about one hour per wheel to install these kits at home.

Best of all, this kit, like all Strutmasters air-to-coil kits, comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. That means as long is your vehicle is on the road, we guarantee you a working suspension in almost every case. T

Don’t Wait

The longer you wait, the more the rest of your car will suffer. A bad suspension affects the entire vehicle.

Order online or call one of our Suspension Experts at (866) 676-4457 today to get help with your order! Enjoy driving your Dodge Ram once again!