Gabriel HIJACKER Shocks Customer Reviews
59 Customer Reviews
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Horse trailers. Travel campers. Cords of firewood. Your rig's drivetrain can handle these massive loads without so much as breaking a sweat. But, they put a lot of strain on your suspension. All that weight over your rear end squashes stock shocks like a bug under a boot. Stiffen up and drive right with Gabriel HIJACKER Shocks, the fully adjustable air shocks.
Whether you need a touch of extra support or a ton, you have the power to dial in the perfect degree of stiffness with your Gabriel HIJACKERS. They inflate like your tires—simply air them up before you towing for enhanced handling and a dramatically reduced risk of bottoming out. Once you've unhitched your trailer or unloaded your payload, just let out a bit of air for cloud-like smoothness.
As durable as they are useful, your HIJACKER Shocks are built tough with chrome-plated piston rods and unbeatable wiper seals for maximum dependability. And, they're custom sized for a direct replacement fit, making installation a cinch. Plus, Gabriel covers your HIJACKER air shocks with a 1-year/25,000-mile warranty.
59 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by ronald j (HUNTSVILLE, AL) Reviewed for a 2007 Chrysler Town and Country — Jul 02, 2014 4:54 AM
I think these air shocks are a great value. I've owned something like these before and knew that they would help a lot whenever I tried to carry a rather heavy load on my car or truck. The price I paid for these recently was less than I paid years ago.
Reviewed by Mr. C (Wimberley, TX) Reviewed for a 2002 Nissan Frontier — Apr 13, 2014 1:49 PM
I own a small company and currently have two nissan frontiers with these installed. One has had them on for about two years and they still work great. Just make sure you grease the rubber air line O-rings on initial installation. Otherwise, you'll be refilling them every week or so. They keep my trucks at stock height with several hundred pounds in the bed and the handling is far better. I'll continue to put them on all our trucks.
Reviewed by Mike B (TUNKHANNOCK, PA) Reviewed for a 1997 Dodge Ram — Apr 11, 2014 7:01 AM
I pull A QUAd trailer WITH HEAVY QUADS UTILITY BOX ON HITCH AND SPARE TIRE GREAT SHOCKS NO MORE BOTTMING OUT HANLEING GREAT ONL;Y PUT 100LBS AIR CAN NOT IMAGINE WHAT I COULD CARRY WITH 150-200LBS AIR THANKS GUYS GREAT PRICE AND SERVICE AS PHIL WOULD SAY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY
Reviewed by Craig H (Owensville, IN) Reviewed for a 2000 GMC Sierra — Feb 19, 2014 7:30 AM
Great price! Had these installed in less than an hour. My only issue was with it being so cold I had to take a heat gun to the shock to get it to air up the first time but after that, smooth sailing. Get these.
Reviewed by Rick D (Tucson, AZ) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford Ranger — Feb 08, 2014 8:41 PM
This is simple, These air shocks are easy to install. Easy to use. And they do a great job for what they are intended to do. I am extremely satisfied with buying them, the price was very low and the free shipping was great!!! I recommend them to anyone who has a vehicle that is sagging in the rear or if you have a heavy load to level you out. Thanks a million. Rick from Tucson. 2000 Ford Ranger pick up truck.
Reviewed by SIDNEY P (PLYMOUTH, OH) Reviewed for a 2001 Buick Le Sabre — Oct 09, 2013 8:40 PM
These shocks came with a kit to adapt original air lines to Gabriel style connectors...made installation a breeze. Didn't realize how bad old shocks were until the Gabriels were installed...really rides nice now. Could not be happier with these shocks