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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.
Why do Air Shocks Fail?
Damage to internal seals is the most common cause of air shock failure.
Air shocks may fail to hold air pressure as external lines and fittings become worn and start to leak.
Air shocks, like all shocks and moving parts, eventually fail as their constituent parts wear out this is normal.
Air shocks should last at least 75,000 miles.
What Are the Symptoms of Air Shocks Failure?
Air shocks fail to hold air.
Bouncy suspension caused by insufficient damping action.
Clunking or other noises as the suspension compresses and rebounds.
What Are the Consequences of Air Shocks Failure?
Insufficient damping forces create an unstable, unsafe ride for you and your passengers.
Heavy loads may bounce in the back of your truck of van as you drive over bumps, potentially damaging the property you’ve been trusted to haul.