Systems and Components where we present to you our range of Air
Suspension kits for Motorhomes.
air suspension kit is fitted in-between the standard steel springs
of your motorhome suspension and the vehicle chassis, and provides
enhancements in terms of the stability, the fatigue life of the
vehicle and the comfort of the passengers.
kits available for all motorhomes built on European base vehicles
that are on the market today, we also have kits available for the
most popular older models going back to pre 1990.
- we've got that as well. We have kits available for motorhomes
manufactured with any and all AL-KO variants from 1994 onwards,
our AL-KO kits are the best value and most widely used kits in Europe
benefits can come from installing an auxiliary air suspension system.
Increased Ground Clearance
Does your vehicle hit the groung when boarding the ferry? or parking
on a steep driveway? Have you recently added a scooter rack to the
back of the vehicle and become concerned with the amount of clearance
now available at the rear? When you install one of our Motorhome
air suspension systems you have the ability to increase or decrease
the rear suspension height when you want. You can increase it when
required to give you greater ground clearance then set it to a more
suitable height for normal driving comfort.
You will know the feeling of traveling at speed being subjected
to the buffeting effect of cross winds or large overtaking vehicles.
The sudden movement is always alarming especially with such a valuable
possession carrying such a valuable cargo. Installing Dunlop air
suspension systems reduces these buffeting effects.
Reduced Body Roll
Your Motorhome is heavy. with a high centre of gravity, and as such
will lean significantly when cornering giving you an uneasy feeling
of insecurity. Dunlop air suspension systems improve your vehicles
stability making cornering more positive and stable giving you greater
confidence and security on the road.
and Wear Compensation
As the weight in
your motorhome is so unevenly distributed with all the equipment
generally being installed along one side, the suspension on the
side of the vehicle carrying the most weight will also be subject
to the most wear and tear. When a motorhome leaves the factory it
is so close to being at the total Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) that
great consideration has to be given to what you can legally carry.
Include a bicycle or scooter rack on the rear and the wear problems
will increase. Our air suspension systems allow you to lift both
sides of the suspension until they are level reducing the wear on
the heavier side. In time your original suspension will sag as a
result of the constant loading (if it hasn't already) and when loaded
your bump rubbers will always be in contact inputting shock forces
to the rest of the vehicle. By Installing our air suspension systems
you can prevent suspension sagging and any suspension sagging already
present can be compensated for reducing any further excessive wear
on your vehicle.
help to absorb shock loads from uneven road surfaces, therefore
general ride quality is much improved.
By adjusting the amount of air in the air springs, the
vehicle can be leveled both front-to-rear and side-to-side. Keeping
the vehicle level optimise's stability, ensures correct headlamp
beam distribution and reduces tyre wear arising from uneven distribution
of weight. This is particularly noticeable in a motorhome where
most of the equipment and hence the weight is installed along one
side of the motorhome.
ALKO Chassis - 1994 >onwards
ALKO Tag Axel - 1994 >onwards
Fiat Ducato - 1984 >onwards
Peugeot Boxer - 1994 >onwards
Citroen Relay (Jumper) - 1984 >onwards
Mercedes Sprinter - 1995 >onwards
Iveco Daily - 1985 >onwards
Most popular motorhomes shown, other vehicles available, please contact us for further details.
& Valve - Vertical or Horizontal Connection
This unit enables you to quickly establish the air pressures in
your air springs. It also enables you to fill both springs together,
thus ensuring you have equal pressure in both sides. However it
still gives you the facility to have off-set pressures.
Control Panel Assembly With Compressor no Reservoir
This is a pneumatic control panel with a compressor switch.
Its been plumbed up for one feed pipe and a pair of connections
for a pair of Air springs. However this kit also includes a compressor,
air lines, rubber mounts for the compressor and all the bits for
the electrical side (There is no reservoir tank).