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SUSPENSION UPGRADE FOR RV TOW VEHICLES
If you have a load carrying or handling problem when towing your RV we have the solution. The one-of-a-kind patented Roadmaster Active Suspension (RAS), when installed on your tow vehicle will greatly improve your vehicle’s load carrying and handling. RAS will also enhance ride quality and vehicle control with or without a load. Fact is, it’s the only rear leaf spring suspension product in the world that does it all.
How RAS Works
RAS converts basic “passive” leaf springs suspension into mechanical “active” suspension. Once installed, loaded tension from the eye-to-axle mounted coil tension springs will hold the leaf springs in their original designed optimum working, bowed position. When strain from a load or vehicle weight shift is applied the powerful Coil spring stabilizers come into action immediately absorbing the force of the load. Being variable rated, the greater the strain on the leaf springs, the greater counter-assistance force from the RAS unit is applied. RAS is the only system that instantly absorbs and dissipates load force energy, resulting in significantly improved vehicle load carrying, stability, balance, traction and control, with or without a load.
Roadmaster Active Suspension will add critical strength to the leaf springs without compromising ride quality. RAS will also eliminate bottoming out, axle wrap and wheel hop, and will greatly improve road handling by reducing sway and dangerous body roll when cornering and in cross wind conditions.
Tow vehicles that consistently operate under load, will also benefit from improved fuel efficiency and extended tire and suspension component life. The installation is a simple retrofit to most pickup trucks and vans with rear leaf spring suspension, and up to 1 1/2 ton load carrying capacity. Once installed the Roadmaster Active Suspension requires no adjustments or maintenance.
With a Roadmaster Active Suspension installed, your towing will become more enjoyable, safer and you will arrive at your destination with reduced driver fatigue.
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