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Colorado/Canyon RideControl Air Spring Kit

December 17, 2014 - Products

PHOTO: Air Lift Company

Air Lift

Air Lift's RideControl suspension kit is now available to deliver more stability, safety, and ride comfort to owners of 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon pickups when towing heavy loads, according to the manufacturer.

The adjustable air springs work with the existing leaf spring suspension to provide up to 2,000 pounds of load-leveling capacity. Air springs are designed to eliminate the common driving problems that occur under the strain of heavy loads, including squat, sway, and bottoming out. They also improve rough ride, body roll and braking and steering.  

Depending on the task at hand, the air springs can be inflated when carrying heavy loads and deflated for light loads or riding empty. They are air-adjustable from five to 100 PSI.  For convenient air spring inflation and deflation from inside or outside the vehicle, Air Lift offers a variety of wireless and wired on-board air compressor systems.

This high-quality air spring kit is built to last and is designed for easy installation. Air Lift includes an exclusive alignment tool in most kits, and quick-connecting, easy-to-use air fittings for speedy installation, which typically takes two hours or less. You can view an online installation video and detailed product information for the RideControl kit online at www.airliftcompany.com/ridecontrol.      

The RideControl kit for 2015 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon (#59533) is currently available for preorder and is backed by a 60-day, money-back guarantee. Air Lift, the industry leader in suspension solutions for 65 years, covers all of its load support air springs kits with a lifetime warranty.  Air Lift products can be purchased at most truck accessory retailers and online outlets. To find a retailer in your area, visit Air Lift's dealer locator at www.airliftcompany.com/dealer.

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