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- Heighten your ride’s hauling capabilities with Gabriel Load Carrier Shocks
- Pairs shock and spring technology to reduce the loss of ride height in loaded conditions
- Constant-rate front coil springs improve stability and restore/maintain ride height
- Variable-rate rear coil springs provide 500 lbs of load capacity per pair
- Corrosion-resistant piston rod offers proper seal lubrication and a more consistent wear surface
- Leak-proof piston seal and Drawn-Over-Mandrel (D.O.M.) tubing lengthens service life
- A Gabriel Load Carrier Shock or Gabriel Load Carrier Strut is not designed to increase vehicle payload – do not exceed your vehicle’s GVWR
- Your Gabriel Load Carrier Struts come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Keep your heavy-hauler from hitting bottom with Gabriel Load Carrier Shocks. These innovative shocks combine shock and spring technology to help reduce the loss of ride height and ensure your ride is loaded for the long haul. Constant-rate front coil springs and variable-rate rear coil springs. Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Gabriel Load Carrier Shocks Customer Reviews
70 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by mike b (chubbuck, ID) Reviewed for a 1984 Jeep Grand Wagoneer — Jun 01, 2018 7:24 AM
the jeep grand wagoneer rear leaf springs are notorious for needing additional capacity. the spring assisted shock absorber is a practical way to address this problem. lift the vehicle using the front attachment box of each rear spring to extend the shocks to maximum before removal.
Reviewed by Steven W (SIKESTON, MO) Reviewed for a 1999 Chevy Tahoe — May 31, 2018 7:26 AM
Great product and price. Had to double check that I didn't leave a Jack stand under when I pulled the Jack out.
Reviewed by Michael L (SODDY DAISY, TN) Reviewed for a 1989 Chevy C/K 1500 — May 09, 2018 8:53 AM
A inexspensive way to beef up a tired suspention on a old truck. Lifts it up, and controls body roll in the curves. Have used them for many years. Wish autoanything carried them for my other truck. Good price.
Reviewed by Andrew P (SYKESVILLE, MD) Reviewed for a 1979 Ford F-100 — Mar 22, 2018 1:50 PM
They went on super easy without having to adjust or modify anything. Rides noticeably better now
Reviewed by Don L (Asheville, NC) Reviewed for a 1985 Toyota Pickup — Mar 17, 2018 7:17 PM
If I can get them on my Toyota Pickup at 65 years old it will be slow but it will ride better then on the old shocks