Ford Suspension Parts and Air Suspension Conversion Kit Reviews - Strutmasters

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Name: | Location: Evensville, IN United States | SKU: FA2RF

Appreciate all the help you gave me, the instructions. The hardest thing was getting the old ones out. New stuff went in really easily, rides like a brand new car, and I do appreciate it. If I do need any suspension parts I will be back.

Name: | Location: Palm Harbor, FL United States | SKU: FY1RB

“I have a 1998 Linc Navigator and last weekend the rear air shocks failed.
I remembered seeing Strutmasters on Trucking U so I looked them up and ordered rear coil overs and new shocks. They arrived in 2 days and after work in 2 nights I had them in. My SUV drives great and you saved me a fortune vs the dealer.

Thanks to the great instructions and video clips of the installations. I felt comfortable before I started that I could do it my self.

Now for the front shocks!

Mike Albers Palm Harbor FL”

Name: | Location: Nashville, TN | SKU: FX14B

“Already completed the change over. I wish to thank you for all of your help. The customer service I received from you was first class. I appreciate it and by the way I cannot believe the ride that I have now on my expedition.

I bought it new in 2001 and it has never drove or ridden this well (outstanding product). Also I had a question and called the service tech line but due to the holiday weekend you had only 2 techs working I was ask to give my number instead of waiting on hold which I did and within minutes a service tech called me back and resolved the problem he was also very nice and customer service oriented

Thanks Again,

Don”

Name: | Location: Salt Lake City, UT United States | SKU: FX14F

Other than that, your staff was courteous, helpful, knowledgeable and your service was great, Thanks for all you did with this order. Randy

Name: | Location: Wentzville, MO United States | SKU: FX24F

Strutmasters was my best find ever. I own a 2003 Lincoln Navigator, Great SUV, But the air ride is a problem we bought this suv in 2005 still had warranty left and we bought a extended warranty till 75000 miles in that time the air compressor went out 3 times, 2 times under warranty, this last time at 95000 ford wanted 499.00 plus labor for something that last about 18 months, then i found strutmaster there site and there sales staff, are very helpful even when i was installing them, i call my Sales man Anglo with one very simple problem, i felt stupid but Anglo was very helpful and walk me right through it, This SUV is my wife’s dream car She is so happy with ride and no more waiting for the air ride to air up, are those terrible rides home with no air. we are planing on keeping for many many years. I took Anglo advise and put them on e-bay and sold them used, also advised many buyers to you site, that could not buy them from me used, Thank You Again Strutmaster. a customer forever.

Name: | Location: Chicago, IL United States | SKU: FX24F

I am very satisfied. Now that the conversion is in place, I realize how many problems the faulty air suspension system was causing to the whole vehicle. Thanks, Tom

Name: | Location: Katy, TX United States | SKU: FX24F

I am pleased with my new suspension system. I wish I knew about it earlier, I would have saved lots of money, time and frustration. The only complaint I have is that the suspension light continues to come on. We need a solution!

Name: | Location: conover, NC United States | SKU: FX24FB

i had a hard time installing these conversion kit. it was not that eazy to install but ill take it to the shop and see what happens. also it was much harder than what the video says. ill update my comment after the shop.

Name: | Location: Indiana United States | SKU: FX1R0

took wheels off, need big pry bar, removed clips from the top, used pry bar to push down, one side was not easy at all other side dropped right out, went underneath pryed bottm bags up, did not remove shocks or anything, put top of spring in and with pry bar and big rubber mallot popped in bottom, other side was alittle more agressive, same thing my son was holding spring i would pry and when close enough would us mallot to beat it in rest of the way, not my first time doing this, took about an hour, already was up on jackstands and wheels off