3712 6785 536 BMW Air Spring BMW E66 Rear Right Front Air Shock Absorber
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|Minimum Order Quantity :||20 pieces||Price :||$150.00 - $153.00/Pieces|
|Packaging Details :||CARTON/PALLET||Payment Terms :||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability :||1000000pcs/Year|
|Place of Origin:||China||Brand Name:||VKNTECH|
|Certification:||IATF & ISO||Model Number:||4C 1219|
|OEM NO. 1:||3712 6785 536||Type:||BMW|
|Product Name:||Air Shock Absorber||Package:||Standard Packing Or Customized|
|Payment Term:||T/T / L/C||Port:||Huangpu|
|Brand:||VKNTECH Or Customized|
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What are Air Shocks?
Installing a pair of air shocks on your vehicle allows you to increase its ride height, helping to bring the vehicle level when hauling a heavy load. When air shocks are installed with heavier springs on a truck chassis, they help to increase the useful load of the vehicle.
Shocks and springs are often the only difference between a half-ton truck or van and a three-quarter ton truck or van.
How do Air Shocks Work?
Air shocks work just like normal shocks. They are designed to withstand compression and damping forces. When you hit a bump in the road, your suspension compresses. The suspension then rebounds back to normal. Damping refers to how the suspension handles these compression and rebound forces after you hit a bump in the road. Heavy loads may cause compression and rebound forces to overwhelm your factory suspension. To haul heavy loads safely, you may need to install a pair of air shocks, as well as heavier springs on your rear suspension system.
Air shocks include metal fittings, a plastic air hose, and a Schrader valve to allow you to fill them with air after installation. An air shock pump or even a simple bicycle pump may be used to fill your air shocks. Air lines must be purged of moisture periodically as part of a regular maintenance routine.
How are Air Shocks Made?
Like normal shocks, air shocks have a metal, tube-shaped housing with a steel damping rod mounted inside of it. When compression forces move the damping rod, a type of fluid exchange happens in the tube-shaped housing. That fluid can be air, shock oil, or some combination of both, depending on the design of the shock.