Saturday, 09 March 2019
Boss Suspensions latest Load Assist kit for the Foton CS2 Transor Van
Monday, 10 September 2018
Spring is here and is a great time to check on your air suspension installation. Boss Air Suspension Airbags/ Air Springs require very little maintenance as they are designed and manufactured to last a lifetime under a vehicle. For best results, we recommend performing basic maintenance on your air bellows at least a few times a
Friday, 31 August 2018
Lets talk Shock Absorbers. BOSS make some great shocks and lets have a minute to give you some technical info; You hear people say the the days of a one size fits all are gone and on many cases thats true. The difference with BOSS Shocks is that the variable 12 stage adjuster allows you
Wednesday, 15 August 2018
A common tech question we get at Boss Air Suspension is “we can’t align the top and bottom plates” This is an easy fix and is detailed in the instructions but what man reads them ? So – Assemble the Airbags by bolting on the top and bottom end plates to the alloy rings on
Thursday, 12 July 2018
ARE YOU A CAPRICORN MEMBER ? If the answer is yes. WOW is there some great news for you ! You can now use your Capricorn Account at BOSS Air Suspension. Many of you have been asking us for some time if you can use your Capricorn Account when buying from us and we listened.
Wednesday, 04 April 2018
Now available is our latest Load Assist kit for the Mahindra 2015 plus Pik-Up Dual Cab Using our 2500 extreme series airbags with powder coated 6mm steel bracketry.. No drill simple install backed by our Australia wide 5 year warranty.
Thursday, 11 January 2018
Avoid air fitting failures and follow these simple instructions! One of the problems that can be experienced in an on board air system or air bag system install is leaking fittings, valves and other components. Lets start by saying that dust, grit and dirt are not an air systems best friend. It doesn’t take much
Monday, 27 November 2017
Checking for a proper ground connection could be the answer. Why is my compressor sluggish or not working properly ? This is a question we receive from time to time and generally the answer is the same : ITS ALL ABOUT VOLTAGE DROP ! The best example of voltage drop you may relate to