Skyjacker Shocks User Guide 5

Catersville, GA (PressExposure) April 22, 2009 -- Skyjacker shocks are at the top of the truck shock food chain. Skyjacker offers three lines of shocks to meet any off-roader needs. This review explains the differences between the three types of Skyjacker shocks: Hydro, Nitro, and Big Gas shocks.

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For over 30 years Skyjacker has been manufacturing quality suspension lift kit components to fit the needs of off-roaders. Through the evolution of the company, Skyjacker has added more products to its line in order to provide customers with the best suspension solutions available. One area that has grown considerably is the number and types of truck shocks that are now available from Skyjacker.

Skyjacker offers multiple shocks for hundreds of applications. The line of Skyjacker shocks includes the Hydro 7000 series, Nitro 8000 series, the new Big Gas shocks, and the platinum series coil over shocks. With so many options, it can be tough to figure out which shock is right for your application.

Q: What is the difference between the Hydro 7000 series, and the Nitro 8000 series of shocks?

A: The simple answer is Nitrogen. But the simple answer isn't as simple as it seems. The Hydro 7000 shock is an oil dampened shock built for the rigors of occasional off road use. As the piston moves up and down in the cylinder, the oil that is used to control piston movement is passed through the piston. Each time the piston cycles, small bubbles form in the oil. During highway driving this isn't noticeable, but under repeated long cycling that happens when you're on the trail, the oil can become frothy and the shock loses its dampening ability.

This is where the Nitro 8000 comes into play. As the name implies, the Nitro 8000 is filled with nitrogen. The shock tube is pressurized with Nitrogen to 150psi. The nitrogen displaces any air that was in the shock tube. The result is greatly reduced foaming of the shock oil.

Pricing and Availability

Skyjacker Shocks User Guide 5 runs under Win98,WinXP,Windows Vista Home Basic,Windows Vista Home Premium,Windows Vista Ultimate. Further information on the product, as well as its free evaluation copy is available from http://www.propeller.com/story/2009/03/02/skyjacker-shocks/. The program comes with an installer for easy usage.

About Skyjacker Shocks

Skyjacker Shocks is located in Catersville, US.For further information about Skyjacker Shocks visit http://www.propeller.com/story/2009/03/02/skyjacker-shocks/. You will also find all contact information as well as a profil there.

NOTE TO EDITORS: Please, let us know if you have questions or would like any additional information on Skyjacker Shocks User Guide 5. Contact William Rivera at mattsammy295@gmail.com to get more information. A registration key is available upon request to all editors considering a review.

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About Skyjacker Shocks

Press Contact: William Rivera
Skyjacker Shocks
8859 Sanders St.


15600 Catersville
US


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Phone: 244-655-9856
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