Roadmaster Active Suspension vs Airbags
Because of market size and demand, Roadmaster Active Suspension is most often compared to Air Bags or traditional helper type suspension upgrades. Whilst the Active Suspension system certainly reduces rear squat, it does so much more. Simply comparing Roadmaster Active Suspension with Air Bag/Helper Type suspension upgrades is not a true apples-to-apples comparison. Put simply, Roadmaster Active Suspension offers all the same benefits as Air Bags, helper springs, sway bars, and traction bars, all in one unique product. Tuned and matched for each pickup truck size, the variable rated tension coil spring applies proportionate to force that is applied. This simple yet brilliant concept, coupled with proven high quality components, translates to it being one of the most well rounded suspension upgrades on the market
Still Thinking About Air Bags? Here’s What Else You Will Need…
Here is a list of Do’s and Don’ts you’ll need to abide by, in order keep your newly purchased kit in running order. For example, it is important to continually check the air pressure is above the minimum requirements to help minimize the risk of failure. You’ll also need to manually apply and reduce pressure accordingly as you add and subtract weight, with a standalone compressor.
Apples to Apples
Now we can compare the true costs and benefits of the Roadmaster Active Suspension kit with the competition.
- Roadmaster DIY: $499
- Roadmaster + Labor: $599
- AirBag with Add-Ons + Labor: $2,300
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