2002 Chevy Silverado 4x4 Sagging While Towing - Air Shocks?

Model: Chevy Silverado 4x4
Year: 2002
Chassis Designation: z71 4x4
What is your driving style: Normal Driver
Vehicle Setup: 4 Wheel Drive
Suspension Type: Regular Shocks or Struts


Would Like to find air shocks for rear to level out when hauling wheeler. Thanks.


None of the companies we work with makes an airshock for your truck, but we do have a couple products by airlift that are actually better than airshocks. Air shocks put a lot of stress on the shock mounts, which aren't designed to hold the truck up.

We have an airlift air cell and an air spring kit both designed to keep your truck from sagging under heavy loads. The air cell is basically a heavy duty air bladder that doesn't need to be adjusted and will add extra support when the truck starts to sag.

The Airlift Air Spring kit is adjustable just like an airshock, you can use any external compressor, or purchase an onboard compressor from us if you'd like to adjust on the fly. The benefit of the air spring is that when you aren't towing or hauling, it won't affect your truck's ride at all, since you can just deflate it.
You can see those here:

Air Cell:
Air Spring:
All parts for your truck:


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