RideTech's unique combination of an air spring with a coil-over shock resulted in the ultimate adjustable air suspension system. Available in several designs for different applications: SHOCKWAVE 1000 series, SHOCKWAVE 104 series, SHOCKWAVE 7000 series and SHOCKWAVE 8000 series. http://www.summitracing.com/redirect?banner=SocialYT1077
RideTech AIRoverLeaf Systems
These RideTech AIRoverLeaf systems are completely bolt-on and require
little or no modification to your vehicle. They offer great ride quality
and extra load capacity without re-engineering your vehicle. These systems
lower vehicle ride height and improve handling by removing either one or
two leaf springs. The RideTech AIRoverLeaf systems have included mounting
hardware to maintain ground clearance, driveline angles, tire clearance,
and load capacities.
RideTech Air Compressor Systems
Whether it is a pressure based or ride height based control system,
RideTech offers several choices. Starting with the air pressure based
RidePRO. Then the digital controlled RidePROe3, height sensing LevelPRO
and then the pre-wired RidePROe3 Airpod. You can also purchase a selection
of components separately.
Ride Tech 4 Link Rear Suspension Install
Check out this how to video by Ride Tech on how to install a 4 link rear
suspension. See the demonstration on a 48 Ford Truck. Check out Ride Tech's
4 link suspension kits:
Air Lift Suspensions
Developing Air Spring Suspension Products for over 50 years Air Lift
Company leads the way in aftermarket air suspension products.
How to Install Airbag Helper Springs (Firestone Ride Rite)
Handle more weight, properly! In this video we are installing Ride Rite
airbag helper springs from Firestone for XMT Construction to better help
the pickup handle payload and heavy tongue weights when towing.
Here we go through some basic tips to installing the airbags to make your
install easier and proper.
Product Featured: Firestone Ride Rite Airbag Helper Springs
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Airing up the Tahoe 3 - Ridetech Shockwave Titanium - Compressor, Electrical, Fittings, PROGRESS!
video 3 of the series i am uploading showing how to install a Ridetech
Shockwave Titanium AirRide system. The past few nights i got the
compressor mounted, wiring cut to fit and re-soldered, brain, plumbing,
fittings and basicly just making progress. I am trying to stay busy till
the rest of the products get here. Bags are next! Subscribe to see how it
FYI - the compressor mount had to be made due to the footprint of it being
bigger then the frame rail. Since it was basicly hanging over the edge i
had to repeat what i did with the air tank and fabricate some aluminum
brackets. It turned out solid!
Cantilever air bag set up
A completely one off rear air ride system designed for a 1980 Chevy LUV
pick up. Truck will be completed with a Mustang II IFS. Much work left to do.
More videos to come later
How to: Airbag suspension
This video shows the basics of any airride system. If you are building or
planning on building something with air ride you MUST WATCH this video!
Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs Installation - 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Today on this 1998 Dodge Ram 2500 2WD we are going to install part number
F2071 from Firestone, the Ride-Rite Suspension System. Before we start our
install on the truck we need to do some pre-assembly on our table of some
components. To begin our assembly we are going to use these main
components. This bracket is going to get bolted to the frame itself,
obviously the air bag itself. Take our little covers off. What is going to
happen is the bracket is going to sit on top of the air bag just like that.
Then we will take two flange lock nuts and run them down tight right now.
We will run them until they stop, about a quarter turn is all you will
need. At this point you want to double check your torque ratings and check
your bolts too. Next we are going to install our angle brass part here, it
is like an angle pipe. We are going to run it down to where the sealant
goes into the threads of the airbag itself. Then we are going to use a 1/2
inch wrench just to tighten it up. Looks like we are good to go there, lets
flip this assembly over and tighten this bolt finger tight until it stops.
We are going to have to adjust this on our spring. Certain vehicles may
need it to move it one way or another, and even flip it around to get the
alignment you need. 1:18