Chevrolet Trailblazer Suspension Parts and Air Suspension Conversion Kit Reviews - Strutmasters
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2002-2009 GM Saab And Isuzu Midsize SUV 4 Wheel Air Suspension Conversion Kit With Shocks GB14F Review Eliezer Rodriguez
“Initially I was skeptical about it, but gave it a try, anyway. Very simple to install because parts fit right almost like genuine manufactured parts. The end result, smooth ride.”
I feel that you have a great product line and Brad was very courteous and helpful during the sales transaction. I ordered the coil spring set along with the shocks to replace the old air ride system in my Olds Bravada. I am impressed with your product line and will tell others about it. Thanks for a workable solution to a very common problem
Everything went great and thank you for your service!
“I was very satisfied with your product. It did as was advertised. Thanks so much.
Thank you for sending my order so fast. I was very satisfied and will use your site again if I need some thing.
What a total difference this adds to the vehicle. I don’t think I have even see it sit up this good before. The ride is great. I will recommend this conversion kit to anyone with air ride suspension. It is so easy to install and the cost for labor can be so much cheaper for a customer than putting in a new air ride system.
THANKS FOR THE HELP IT WAS SIMPLE TO INSTALL THE MOTHER IN-LAW LIKES THE RIDE,
This was not the first time I’ve had to do this kind of conversion to a vehicle that I’ve owned, but like the first time Strutmasters made it easy to do. Before I used the conversion kit my Buick Rainier looked like (to quote my dad)” it was haulin’ a load of moonshine”. Now it rides just like it did before the airbag went bad. Thanks again Strutmasters. You guys really came through.
The air-ride system was going bad on my 06 Rainier. The compressor was good but the air-bag springs were leaking. I would come out in the morning or after work and it would be sitting very low. After starting car the bags would pump up (most of the time) and i dealt with it like this for quite some time. I decided to go with the springs after rationalizing that if i put new air springs on it, the compressor would be the next to go and then the $$ would just continue to go up. Overall ride seems quite good and certainly a nice change from waiting for the bags to pump up every time i start the car. Install was really easy. I am by no means a gear head but i did most of this work myself with the my bro-in-law supervising and assisting when needed. Right tools are the biggest need. If doing this yourself jackstands are a must as you need to keep the car up on them after you remove shocks and air-springs to let the rear suspension lower out of its ride position. Overall good economical fix.