W01-358-8729 Air Suspension Spring 10 10B-13 S 513 Truck Trailer Air Bags 1R13-130
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|VN D13A Dsl. 13.0L, WX VED7 ; 6.7L
|4560 N P02, 22058737, 21224745, 34560C, 137652
|Class 8 Truck
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22058737 21224745 For 34560C 137652 OEM Contitech Quality 4560 N P02 For Trailer Suspension Air Suspension /Air Spring
4560 N P02
With pretty much any suspension system, the culprit of a bouncy ride is almost always poor dampening. An underdamped or over-damped system will ride terrible. As mentioned above, many air suspension kits such as kits from Air Lift Performance, have single adjustable dampers. So, unless you adjusted your dampening improperly, no it is not bouncy.
Air suspension systems seem even more mysterious but, as it turns out, they aren't a whole lot different. Most modern suspensions are made up of a coil spring that slips over a shock or is positioned near it. At its core, an air suspension really just does away with those coil springs for flexible, pressure-filled bags of air that are typically made of the same sort of rubber as your tires. At the touch of a button, the bags can be inflated or deflated, instantly altering ride height and how the suspension performs.
Adjustability depends on the air suspension kit you decide to purchase, but on many air suspension systems, you will have some dampening adjustment. This allows you to control compression and rebound speed, which is critical to good ride quality and well-controlled body movement. As mentioned above, the air strut is also often height adjustable like a traditional coilover would be.
The big benefit to air suspension is being able to adjust ride height on the fly by either increasing or decreasing air pressure on the fly. As you’d expect increasing or decreasing air pressure will change ride height. When you’re setting up what air pressure you would like to use at the standard ride height, you will need to adjust the height of the air strut to get the stance at ride height you want.