APPLICATION: 2019-2021 CHEVROLET SILVERADO / GMC SIERRA 1500 (2WD/4WD)
Chances are you bought your Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup truck or your GMC Sierra 1500 for its rugged durability, reliability and because you know you're getting a well-made product. Wouldn't you want the same thing from any aftermarket air spring suspension kit that you install?
That durability and reliability - not to mention overall ease of installation - is also here in the Pacbrake HP10340 air spring kit, making it the perfect complement to your heavy-duty Sierra or Silverado pickup truck.
Like all air spring kits, Pacbrake's product is able to accomplish its main goals of reducing sway, sag and prevent bottoming out while reducing overall strain on the vehicle suspension, especially the rear part of the suspension. A good kit will also help ensure a smooth, steady ride. But where the Pacbrake 10340 really outshines the competition - which includes the Firestone Ride-Rite 2609 and AirLift LoadLifter 57288 - is in all of the value-added benefits that come with it. In this post, we'll cover some of the key differences that help set the Pacbrake HP10340 from the rest of the competition. Read on for more:
AirLift LoadLifter 57288
Firestone Ride-Rite 2609
Inch-thick Anodized Aluminum End Caps
20 Support Wires to prevent bag blowout
Powder Coated Steel Brackets
No Drill Install
Like we said in the opening, all Pacbrake air spring kits - including the HP10340 for Silverado (model years 2019-21) and Sierra (both two-wheel and all-wheel drive models) - are purpose built to perform well and last for long periods of time. In fact, that's one of the key value-added benefits to all Pacbrake air spring kits: They all come with a lifetime warranty, which helps provide confidence during the purchasing process and peace of mind after you get the product installed and working on your truck. A lifetime warranty is hardly the only benefit, however - here's a look at several more value-added advantages to help the Pacbrake HP10340 shine above its competition: