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EZ Rider Air Suspension might be 2019’s best Harley-Davidson upgrade

strutmasters ez rider air suspension might be the best harley-davidson upgrade of 2019

With fall riding season approaching quickly, Harley-Davidson riders are gearing up for some long, beautiful drives. That means tuning up and in some cases, an upgrade or two.

While there are all sorts of wonderful upgrades for your Harley-Davidson, few add the comfort and function of an EZ Rider Air Suspension.

Here are some of the ways an EZ Rider Air Suspension is the ultimate Harley-Davidson upgrade.

 

Huge comfort upgrade

 

The first thing you’ll notice when you install an EZ Rider Air Suspension is a dramatic increase in comfort. Unlike the stiff shocks that come standard on your Sportster, Softail or other Harley model, this air suspension absorbs much more of the dips and bumps in the road.

Although that’s nice for riding around town, it’s an even bigger difference on long road trips. The cushioning ability of air suspension will save your wrists and your glutes from soreness and fatigue.

 

Also a handling upgrade

 

One of the biggest advantages of motorcycle air suspension is the improved handling. Air suspensions offer increased responsiveness over traditional steel springs.

Many riders flock to winding mountain roads when fall comes into full color. The improved handling of an air suspension means you can worry less about those hairpin turns.

 

Easier to mount and dismount

 

The EZ Rider Air Suspension is fully adjustable. That means you can drop your Harley-Davidson down or pump it up in seconds.

While people come in all shapes and sizes, motorcycle seat heights are made for the “average” person. That leaves a lot of riders who are much taller or shorter than what motorcycle manufacturers consider average.

The EZ Rider Motorcycle air suspension allows you to adjust the seat height easily. For shorter riders, this means an end to risky mounts and dismounts. For taller riders, this means an increase in leg room.

 

Upgrade for your passenger too!

 

Your new EZ Rider Air suspension adjusts in firmness as well as height. That means added support for you and for your passenger.

The extra support takes a lot of the strain off of you and your motorcycle. You won’t need to compensate as much for the additional weight of a passenger.

In addition, the added weight won’t “sink” the rear of your Harley and cause additional stress on the bike.

 

Style upgrade

 

The EZ Rider Air Suspension upgrade isn’t all about function. Style is a major benefit of installing this kit.

This adjustable kit allows you to instantly drop your Harley down to lowrider levels whenever you want. And everyone loves a dropped-down Harley.

When it’s time to ride, just pop the bike back up. Unlike permanent lowering modifications, you can raise your ride height to something a little more practical in seconds.

With all these facts to consider, the EZ Rider Motorcycle Air Suspension just might be the best Harley-Davidson upgrade of 2019. Strutmasters has released kits that fit the Sportster, Softail and some touring models.

The basic air kits are available for just $199. Strutmasters’ Ultimate kits, which allow adjustment at the push of a button, are available for as low as $599. Click here to see the full collection.

Unsure if there’s a kit for your bike? Give our Suspension Experts a call at (866) 985-0387. They’ll make sure you get exactly what you need for your Harley-Davidson.

Get ready for fall riding with an EZ Rider Motorcycle Air Suspension

ez rider fall

Down here at Strutmasters headquarters in North Carolina, the summer heat has finally broken. While it’s not quite fall just yet, now is the perfect time to get your bike ready for those long, beautiful fall rides.

And what better way to do that then to outfit your bike with a genuine Strutmasters EZ Rider Motorcycle Air Suspension? Let’s explore some of the reasons why adding air suspension will greatly improve your riding experience.

 

More comfort for fall riding

 

Unless you live in the mountains, chances are you’ll be riding for some distance to get to those luscious yellows, reds and oranges. That means a lot of time on the back of your motorcycle.

Standard coil suspensions can have you absorbing a lot of bumps and dips on the road. Experienced riders know that over time this can wear on you.

EZ Rider Motorcycle Air Suspensions absorb those dips and bumps for you. That means less road fatigue and more fun.

These air suspensions allow you to adjust the stiffness of your ride. This allows you to adjust for road conditions. Our Ultimate Air Suspension line lets you do it with just the push of a button.

 

Easier to get on and off

 

No two humans are exactly alike. However, most motorcycle seats are at about the same height.

This means there are a lot out of you who might find it difficult to mount and dismount from your bike. There are probably also many of you who could use a few more inches of legroom.

No matter what your size, you’ll benefit from the adjustable seat height with an EZ Rider Motorcycle Air Suspension.

It’s simple to lower the bike if you’re used to climbing a bit to get on and off your bike. Raising the seat up is just as simple if you’re a little too tall for your bike.

 

The easy way to lowrider status

 

You will surely not be the only person out for a ride this fall. With so many riders out at this popular time of year, it’s good to separate yourself from the pack.

Nothing says “style” like a lowrider. With the EZ Rider Air Suspension, you can drop your bike down low on command.

Even better, you can raise it back up just as quickly when it’s time to stop showing off.

The adjustable height isn’t just for style. In addition to the stiffness of the suspension, your ride height also affects your bike’s handling.

As you move from one type of topography or terrain to another, the ability to adjust for those conditions will certainly come in handy.

 

Extra passenger support for fall rides together

 

Those beautiful autumn colors are even better when enjoyed together.

The EZ Rider Motorcycle Air Suspension’s ability to adjust stiffness also means you can add additional support for your passengers. With the Ultimate line, it’s as easy as the push of a button.

Typically, passengers are an afterthought in motorcycle design. The result is a seat that’s usually not very comfortable. Also, the additional weight of a passenger can seriously affect how your bike handles.

You can use the adjustable stiffness on your new suspension to change that. Added support for your passenger means a more predictable ride for you. That’s not only more comfortable for both of you, it’s safer too.

 

Ready to switch?

 

With just a few weeks left until the real fall riding season begins, now is the time to make the change!

Installation is simple enough to do at home by yourself with tools you probably already have. Each kit includes detailed instructions on how to remove your old suspension and install your new one.

Order your EZ Rider Motorcycle Air Suspension today! We currently have conversion kits for the following motorcycles:

Harley-Davidson Softail (1989-1999) (2000-2015)

Harley-Davidson Sportster

Harley-Davidson V-Rod

Honda Shadow

Suzuki Marauder

We also have a generalized kit that fits several other Harley-Davidson touring models! Call our Suspension Experts today at (866) 358-0127 to see if this kit will fit your bike!

Last but not least, wear a helmet and make sure to enjoy the ride!

Hyundai Equus suspension problems? Here’s the perfect solution

The Hyundai Equus caught the luxury auto market off-guard when it debuted. Stuffed to the gills with top-shelf refinements and packed with a 468-hp V8, the Equus squares up nicely with the Lexus LS, Audi A8 and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

The executive-class sedan absolutely competes with these luxury market standbys. It does so while costing thousands or even in some cases, tens of thousands less.

One way in which the Equus is comparable to the others in its class is its employment of an air suspension. Undoubtedly, when the air suspension is fully functional, the ride is extremely smooth.

However, that smooth air ride doesn’t last forever. Many Hyundai Equus owners have reported their air suspension failing at higher mileage. Let’s break down why that is.

 

It’s not a Hyundai Equus problem, it’s an air suspension problem

 

As we mentioned earlier, air suspensions are great…when they work. The problem is, that they will all wear out eventually. But why is that?

The problems come from two main factors: component design and complexity.

 

Component design issues

 

Air suspensions use pressurized air bags made of flexible rubber and plastic to keep your Equus suspended off the frame. While this provides some nice cushioning and responsiveness, you can see where the problems might begin.

The air springs aren’t the only components that don’t really hold up. The air lines that carry the air from the compressor to the air springs are made of a flexible rubber tubing. Those are prone to punctures and tears.

When the components aren’t made of flexible materials, they often feature moving parts. For example, the ride height sensors move up and down constantly while they take readings. Any and all moving parts eventually wear down.

Furthermore, air suspensions are electronically-controlled. Electronic components have more ways to fail than non-electronic components. An air suspension is completely reliant on its control module, basically a miniature computer.

 

Complexity issues

 

However, the biggest factor in air suspension failure is the overall complexity of the system. These systems are a vast network of moving parts and electronics.

Each component in the system has its own ways of failing. When one component fails, the others will overwork themselves to try and compensate. This will lead to rapid decline in the other components.

Overall, the success of the system depends on each part working perfectly. When one doesn’t, the whole system suffers. With so many parts in an air suspension system, the risk of failure is high, approaching certainty.

 

Air suspension repair options for your Hyundai Equus

 

When you take your Equus into the Hyundai shop, they will likely suggest you replace the busted components with OEM parts.

This repair bill may not seem too high. But keep in mind, these components are all eventually likely to wear out. This is just the first repair. Picture getting this bill periodically for the rest of your car’s life.

So what can you do? If a broken air suspension is so expensive to fix, are there any other options?

 

Fix it once, fix it right

 

There’s good news here. You can fix it once and end your Hyundai Equus air suspension problems for good.

Better yet, you can do it for far less than it would cost to replace even just one of your air struts.

Instead of fussing with that air suspension for the next several years, consider just ditching it entirely. Once you do that, you can convert to sturdy, reliable mechanical coils to support your Equus.

This kit from Strutmasters allows you to permanently fix your Hyundai Equus suspension for just under $1,000. That’s about what it would cost you to replace just one of your air struts.

These kits excel where air suspensions fall flat. They are made of rugged stainless steel, cold wound for optimum strength. Produced right here in the USA, with quality you can count on.

The true beauty of the Strutmasters design is the simplicity. No moving parts, no electronics. These kits rely on tried-and-true mechanical resistance to do the job.

With Strutmasters’ patented Glide-Ride Technology, you’ll find that your Equus rides more or less like it did when it was new.

Each kit also comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. As long as your car is on the road, your Strutmasters suspension is guaranteed.

Ready to end your Hyundai Equus air suspension problems for good? Order your kit online or call our Suspension Experts at (866) 722-1707. They’ll make sure you get exactly what you need and will answer any questions you may have.

This is the best way to fix your Cadillac XTS suspension problems

If your Cadillac XTS is having suspension issues, you are not alone. While overall the XTS is an excellent vehicle, air suspension failure is a noted issue with higher mileage vehicles.

That’s not Cadillac’s fault. Degrading and eventually failing is, unfortunately, part of the natural life cycle of an air suspension.

 

Is my Cadillac XTS air suspension failing?

 

You’ll notice the symptoms first. One day, you might notice that the car tends to “crouch” forward when coming to a stop. The rear end lifts up while the front end nose dives to the ground.

Another common symptom is one corner or an entire side of your Cadillac XTS sagging down. Most often, this is in the rear. However, sometimes it might occur on one side or just on a single corner.

Often, these symptoms will appear before you see a suspension warning light.

If you suspect that your XTS is suffering air suspension issues, you can perform a quick “bounce test.”

To do this, walk around to each corner of your Cadillac and push down. That corner should spring back up and stay in place once you let go. If it bounces or doesn’t come back up, you likely have some serious air suspension issues.

 

How to solve Cadillac XTS air suspension issues

 

The instinct is to take the car into the mechanic. Your mechanic will likely offer to replace the broken component with an OEM part.

While this might seem like a good idea, it’s important to take the nature of air suspensions into account.

Air suspension systems are made up of a complex network of moving parts, electronically controlled components, and pieces made out of flexible materials. All of these are prone to error and wearing down over time.

What’s more, most of these components wear out at more or less the same rate. Replacing one air spring, air line or even the compressor might not seem like a big deal now, you are almost guaranteed to have to replace other components in the future.

Once air suspension problems begin, they will just continue. Over time, you could spend thousands of dollars just on keeping your suspension working.

 

An alternative for your XTS

 

It doesn’t have to cost that much, though.

While you could spend thousands replacing your components with OEM or third-party air suspension parts, you can fix it for good for just under $600.

At this point in your car’s lifetime, you have a decision to make. You can keep that same air suspension running by taking it to the mechanic every few months. It will cost you hundreds if not thousands of dollars over time.

Alternatively, you could get rid of that faulty air suspension and replace it with something much more durable and reliable. This kit from Strutmasters will allow you to remove your air suspension and install a completely new suspension.

These coilover suspensions use good old reliable mechanical force rather than air, computers and rubber to hold your car up. In addition to being very robust, it has been tuned and rated specifically for your XTS.

Strutmasters’ patented Glide-Ride Technology ensures that you’ll enjoy a smooth ride for years to come.

Above all, what you get from installing a Strutmasters conversion kit is peace of mind. The Lifetime Limited Warranty guarantees that as long your XTS is on the road, your suspension is guaranteed in most circumstances. No more trips to the mechanic for your suspension.

Spend the money once and do it right! Order from our website or enjoy full service by calling our Suspension Experts at (866) 360-7558. They’ll make sure you get exactly what you need to enjoy driving your Cadillac XTS again!

How to end your Chevrolet Tahoe air suspension issues for less than $600

The Chevrolet Tahoe is without question the king of the full-size SUV market. In some years, the Tahoe has outsold its competitors 2:1. Very few vehicles have dominated their class in the way that the Tahoe has.

It’s easy to see why.

Chevrolet went all-in on the Tahoe. It combines a rugged and sturdy frame, massive interior space, and touches of comfort and luxury throughout to make it the ultimate family vehicle.

One of those luxurious touches is the air suspension that came standard on some models. This suspension makes for a very smooth ride, right up until the moment it doesn’t.

Are you one of the many, many Tahoe owners that has noticed air suspension problems? If so, keep reading.

 

Is your Chevrolet Tahoe air suspension failing?

 

There are many signs of a failing air suspension. Tahoe owners may go to their car owners one day to find one or several corners are sagging down. Sometimes this means the entire rear end. Others may find their Tahoe doing a “nose dive” when coming to a stop.

Even before the Chevrolet Tahoe suspension warning light comes on, you might notice your car is taking longer to stop.

To check if you are having air suspension problems, give your car the “bounce test.” Do this by pressing down on the bumper. See if comes right back up to proper height or if it bounces. If it bounces, that means it has failed. If it fails, you know you’re facing air suspension problems.

 

Where is the problem coming from?

 

The best thing to do at this point is to take your Tahoe to the mechanic to have a full diagnosis. However, there are some tests you can do at home to check for a few things.

Take a bowl of soapy water and a paintbrush. Brush the liquid over the airbags and air lines in your air suspension. If you see any bubbles forming on the surface, you’ve got a leak.

Leaky air bags in your Chevy Tahoe are one of the most common reasons for air suspension failure. Some other problems might be electronic, related to the complex computer system that controls the active suspension.

You could also be facing problems with the compressor. If this is the case, you will likely notice that the compressor is running very loudly or for a long time.

 

How to fix Chevrolet Tahoe air suspension problems

 

Your mechanic or dealer will likely suggest replacing whatever component is causing the problem. This is not a bad option if the air suspension is relatively new.

However, once the car has started approaching the 100,000 mile mark, you can be sure that any Chevy Tahoe air suspension issues are just the beginning. These components all tend to wear out at the same rate. Therefore, once one goes down, the others are soon to follow.

For that reason, it makes more sense to go ahead and replace the entire suspension once these problems start. Still, this is tremendously expensive to do with even third-party replacement parts. Just one air spring can set you back just under $300, bare minimum.

Add to that the labor of installing a complex, expensive system and you’re looking at a bill in the thousands.

 

The Strutmasters alternative for your Chevy Tahoe

 

Fortunately, Strutmasters has developed a conversion kit that will completely replace your Tahoe air suspension with a sturdy, dependable coil suspension for less than $600. That is not a typo or some sort of error.

So how did we do it? The answer lies in the simplicity of this kit. Rather than a complex web of interconnected moving parts and electronic components, this kit relies on good old-fashioned mechanical resistance.

Sturdy, cold-wound coils replace flexible airbags and all the electronics needed to operate them. There’s no need for a compressor or computer. The result is a simple, inexpensive system that does exactly what it’s designed to do and nothing else.

This simplicity also saves you money on the installation. Most DIYers find that they can install these at home with no problem. All you’ll need is a good sturdy jack, some hand tools and about one hour per wheel.

Even if you’re not into doing it yourself, the simple design means your mechanic will get it in and out of the shop in no time.

Best of all, each kit comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty that backs your kit for as long as your Tahoe is on the road. Order here online or call (866) 360-7558 to let our Suspension Experts guide you through the process.

Check out how easy it is to solve your Audi A8 suspension problems

You probably already know about Strutmasters’ game-changing suspension conversion kits. They’ve been saving Audi A8 owners thousands of dollars for years now. Nevertheless, maybe you’re still a little unsure.

That’s okay. Replacing your suspension sounds like a huge task. Given that it is a vital part of your car’s safety equipment,it can sound a little intimidating.

However, you have nothing to fear. Part of the engineering of our conversion kits is that we want them to be easy to install! And we are pretty sure we’ve accomplished that.

Easy installation


The most difficult part is going to be removing your old air suspension. They are a complicated web of components that are well integrated into the car itself. Once you start taking apart the old components, you’ll see why they fail so consistently.

For example, moving parts like the ride height sensors are guaranteed to wear down. Flexible materials like the rubber used in the air bags dries and cracks. With all those electronic components, something was destined to fail at some point.

As for the installation of the new kit, our packaged instructions will guide you right through. You’ll need a sturdy jack, some hand tools and about one hour per wheel.

Helpful installation video



Even if you’re still feeling a little unsure, we’ve gone the extra mile to make sure you have no trouble installing your new suspension kit.

Check out this Audi A8 installation video here:






Still not sure?


Even if you’re still not sure you can do it yourself, the easy installation means you won’t spend much on labor if you need to hire someone. If a basic DIYer can get the installation done in just an hour per wheel, picture how fast your car professional can do it!

Once you’ve installed your new kit, you can say goodbye forever to your Audi A8 air suspension woes. You’ll be gliding around on trusty, robust coil springs.

We’re so confident in the quality of these kits that we offer a Limited Lifetime Guarantee. This promise guarantees your conversion kit for the lifetime of your Audi A8. That means as long as your car is on the road, you’ll never have to worry about your suspension again.

As a result, you’ll have peace of mind that’s hard to find.


Once you’re ready to make the switch, place your order. Better yet, call our Suspension Experts at (866) 610-9848 and let them answer any questions you may have.

Get back to enjoying driving your Audi A8 today!

 

Mercedes-Benz CL 500 Suspension Failing: Repair, Replace or Convert?

Mercedes’ CL 500 was a watershed vehicle for the German automaker. Not only was the car enormously popular in Europe and North America, it helped introduce several of its now-standard technological innovations.

The second generation of Mercedes’ CL coupés, introduced in 1999, featured the company’s most advanced active suspension systems to date.

The Active Body Control system uses four hydraulic suspension rams that use three pressure regulators. These regulators are connected to a combination power steering and suspension pump.

The pump pushes fluid at a pressure of 2,960 psi (20,400 kPa) through the system. This fluid is regulated by several intermediate computers and a master CPU.

The result is a car that stayed absolutely flat through corners and glided over dips and bumps in the road. That is, until the problems began.

 

CL 500 Suspension Failure

Like any active suspension, the CL 500’s Active Body Control (ABC) is comprised of a network of moving parts, sensors and computers. And like any active suspension, this cluster of components is destined for eventual failure.

Even before Mercedes’ onboard monitoring system indicated a suspension failure, the signs are painfully obvious to CL 500 owners:

A sagging rear end, nose diving when braking, that bouncy “settling” feeling when coming to a slow stop. Just like its air-powered counterparts, Mercedes’ ABC technology from this time eventually let owners (and the cars themselves!) down.

This left CL 500 owners with a choice on how to proceed. The question is whether to repair the current system, replace components with OEM parts, or convert the car to a simpler, more robust suspension kit.

Let’s explore those options.

 

Repair

As mentioned earlier, the Mercedes CL 500’s ABC suspension is made up of lots of little parts, sensors and computers.

The first issue with repairs is that often it is very difficult to identify which component needs fixing. The error code from your car is a handy first step, but even those might show just one of many issues with the suspension.

Furthermore, the interdependent nature of the ABC system means that when one component fails to do its job, it disrupts the entire system.

The breakdown of something like a sensor could mean that undue stress was put on the pump, setting it up for early failure.

Repairing the ABC suspension on your vehicle is at best a temporary solution, with more repairs a certain part of the future. While it might seem cheaper now to just replace a sensor or fluid line, chances are things will start to add up quickly.

 

Replace

So maybe you’ve fallen in love with the ABC system. It was a pretty advanced system for its day and age. It’s easy to see how someone might not want to change from that.

The Mercedes-Benz dealership is happy to accommodate you if this is your preference. By going to them you can get your CL 500 riding like the first day you bought it.

The only problem? Expense.

Here’s a breakdown of the components you’d need to replace and the cost of replacing them.

+ Front Hydraulic Strut Assemblies ($2,000/strut)
+ Rear Hydraulic Strut Assemblies ($1,700/strut)
+ Hydraulic Pump ($1,300)
+ Hydraulic Reservoir ($400)

 

Note that this list doesn’t even include any of the computer or sensor components.

The average time of suspension failure is at around 80-100,000 miles for this vehicle. Therefore, you’d likely spend more (around $9,000 to be specific) on replacing the suspension than the car itself is worth.

For many people, that’s simply not practical or even realistic.

 

Convert

There is, however, a third option. For less than the cost of one hydraulic strut, you can replace all four wheels with time-tested, simple mechanical coilover struts.

That’s your entire suspension replaced for less than $1,000.

Genuine Strutmasters conversion kits are engineered to be the perfect replacement for costly and burdensome active suspensions.

Once installed, these hardy struts come with a lifetime limited warranty. This means they’ll outlast your car or you’ll have your money back.

This also means once you install them, you can kiss those frequent trips to the mechanic or dealership goodbye. The brilliance in these kits is their simplicity.

That simplicity is easy to see for yourself. They are so easy to install, you should be able to do it yourself with just a few common tools and an afternoon.

Rather get it installed by your mechanic? The simple installation means you still save bundles on costly time “under the hood.”

If you’re ready to get that Mercedes-Benz CL 500 back on the road and ready to go without spending a fortune, give us a call at (866) 984-1443. One of our Suspension Experts will be there to help you get exactly what you need.

3 Lincoln Town Car Suspension Problems Fixed by Converting to Coils

Who doesn’t love their Lincoln Town Car?

The luxury sedan was produced by Ford Motor Co. from 1980-2011. During that time it gained many fans as one of the country’s preeminent Executive-class luxury sedans.

The Town Car was the longest car produced in North America from 1997-2011. While this allowed for an almost absurd amount of interior space, it presented some unique challenges to the engineers at Ford.

The challenge? Create a smooth ride deserving of such a spacious and luxurious interior. The answer was an air suspension.

The air suspension did provide what Ford was looking for–a silky smooth ride for passengers and drivers alike that felt like one was gliding on, well, air.

The problem is that these Lincoln air suspensions worked until they didn’t.

We know this all too well here at Strutmasters. In fact, a Lincoln Continental air suspension failure is what started this company. You can read about it in the history of the company here.

There are many reasons to switch over to a coil suspension once your Lincoln Town Car air suspension fails. Here are three common issues installing a genuine Strutmasters conversion kit fixes completely.

 

Leaky Town Car Air Bags


One of the most common repairs and usually the first is to the air bags themselves.

The air bags in the Town Car get filled with pressurized air. This air, rather than a mechanical spring, is used to keep the car suspended off of the wheels and axles.

Since they are made of a flexible rubber, it is inevitable that these air bags wear out. They can crack, rot or even get punctured.

Furthermore, once one has busted, the others are soon to follow. While replacing one air bag might not seem like a huge investment, replacing all four can be cost-prohibitive.

This issue is solved when you switch to mechanical coils. The conversion kit comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

This means that as long as your car is on the road, you can count on having working struts without spending any more money.

 

 

Software Updates and Computer Issues


The air suspension in your Town Car uses a series of sensors and computers to regulate the air pressure in the air springs.


These computers, like all computers, can run into many unforeseen issues. Sometimes, the air suspension will require a software patch or update just to work properly.

For some reason, these computer issues always seem to require a confusingly expensive software solution.

With simple coils, there’s no computer necessary, just good old-fashioned mechanical resistance.  No communication errors, no system upgrades. Easy.


Endless Repairs


The reality with air suspensions is that once one or more components go, the rest will start to follow.

 

The reason being is that air suspensions are interdependent. They require the cooperation of all parts in order to work properly.

When a component loses functionality, it puts stress on the rest of the system. Unless these repairs are done immediately, the remaining components in your air suspension will suffer.

As a result, one repair turns into two, two turns into three and so on. Soon you’re repairing nearly every component in your Town Car’s air suspension. This could cost thousands of dollars.

When you convert your rear suspension with a Strutmasters conversion kit for just $199 ($399 for all four wheels), you’re going to spend that money once.

After that, under normal conditions you’ll never have to worry about your suspension again.


When you’re ready to stop making trips to the mechanic to repair your Lincoln Town Car air suspension, give us a call at (866) 685-7228 to get started. One of our suspension experts will be happy to make sure you get exactly what you need.

 

Quality You Can Count On | The Strutmasters Difference

Ever since a car breakdown on a family road trip gave birth to Strutmasters 1999, we’ve been a leader in the suspension conversion kit industry.

When we started, we were among the first of our kind. Since then, a number of competitors and imitators have emerged. Rather than fear this competition, over the years this has made Strutmasters continue to step up its game.

In 2018, nearly two decades later, Strutmasters is still one of the most respected names in the industry. It might be time for a little refresher course in what you get when you buy a genuine Strutmasters conversion kit.


High Quality American Manufacturing


One of the core principles of our business model has been to take advantage of this country’s manufacturing excellence.

American manufacturing has some of the highest standards in the world. When it comes to car parts that keep you and your family safe, only the best will do. Strutmasters knows that buying American means quality that we, and therefore our customers, can count on.

Furthermore, buying American means supporting good-paying jobs for folks here at home. It’s a win-win for everyone.


A Limited Lifetime Warranty


All Strutmasters conversion kits come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Once you install your conversion kit, we guarantee it will last for the rest of the time you own the vehicle.

That’s the kind of guarantee you can afford to make when you’re confident with the quality of your products.

 

One of the biggest benefits of switching to coils is ending the repair cycle of air suspensions. You shouldn’t have to deal with any coil shock headaches, either. We’re happy to guarantee that with a Strutmasters kit, you won’t.


 

Patented Glide-Ride Technology


Every day out here in beautiful Roxboro, NC, our engineers are hard at work.

Strutmasters engineers spend their days doing quality-assurance testing on our products. They’re finding the best possible tuning for each kit and looking out for the next vehicle that needs our help.

Some coil conversions can leave car owners with brand new headaches. Cars sitting too high. Handling too stiff.

However, Strutmasters patented Glide-Ride Technology means you can count on your vehicle’s new ride not being too different from its old ride. We employ a lot of research and a lot of man hours to make sure of that.


Customer Support


At the end of the day, Strutmasters is here to serve you, the customer. Our mission is to get your car back on the road in as much comfort for as little money as possible. That’s it.

To do that, we have a host of Suspension Experts in our call center. They’re here to help out whether you need help with your order, identifying which kit you need, or help with an install.

We love the DIY spirit and encourage folks to install their kits at home if they are inclined to do so. It just takes a few simple tools and the better part of an afternoon to do it.

To help, we packaged detailed instructions with every kit. We also have many video tutorials on Youtube for our most popular kits. If you run into trouble, call the technician line at (866) 998-8737. Someone will be there most any hour of the day to help.



There are many companies who seek to do what Strutmasters has been doing for nearly the last twenty years. Many of them do a pretty good job. None of them, however, offer The Strutmasters Difference.