A customer came to see us with a problem. His Fiat Ducato Camper Van was sitting a bit low in the rear. The drivers side has a push out section and the weight caused the camper to sit even lower on that side. The sag was worse when the side was extended. The solution was
Breaking News !! Big news for our Aussie and New Zealand Customers. Accuair, the worlds premium Air Management System is now available from Boss Air Suspension Boss Australia has been researching and testing the worlds leading manufacturers of Air Management Systems to add to our extensive range of onboard air systems. In our view Accuair
The guys from Rayeli Airbagged Trailers had their new airbagged trailer down at the Gold Coast store today. Using all Boss gear including Bag over struts and also trialling our new Mini valve blocks due for release soon. Check their site out here Airbagged Trailers
We love hearing stories from our customers, and here is one from Ian & Sue QLD. “In Jan 2010 I fitted Boss airbag assist from you, to my 2004 Hilux motorhome . I had splendid customer service from your office. They have been excellent ever since. They have given a stable ride across 12 deserts,
SEMA 2014 had some fantastic cars this year. Amongst them was this International truck using BOSS Air Suspension’s bag over struts, Aluminium Airtanks, 12 Volt Air Compressor and our BOSS gauges, valves and switches. Even Hot Wheels is looking at making a copy of this in their lineup!
Just released is our latest kit for the VW Transporter cab chassis and double cab. Using our larger 2600 airbags for a smoother ride by replacing the coil springs. Chris from Add A Dek was kind enough to let us use his double cab for the prototype and is very impressed with them. Running the airbags
BOSS Load Assist Kits fitted to a Ford F350 in Northern BC Canada after 4 years hard use passed with flying colours. This vehicle has travelled 200,000 km’s with the Boss Airbag Suspension fitted, overloaded to the max and put through some rough terrain, the BOSS airbags working flawlessly the whole time. The Ford F350