Skyjacker® Shocks & Stabilizers
Skyjacker® offers a high quality shock absorber with true velocity-sensitive valving. The performance specific internal components of Skyjacker® shocks respond to the on- and off-road conditions instantly. Whether you are going over rough or smooth terrain at slow or fast speeds, the true velocity-sensitive valving produces a stable, controlled level of resistance for better handling, improved stability, and maximum comfort. The technological innovations of these durable, long lasting Skyjacker® shocks deliver a noticeable advantage over the original equipment and other shock dampeners. Skyjacker® shock absorbers deliver a safe, comfortable ride with improved handling and stability. They keep the tires in contact with the terrain and put you in control of the road ahead.
Hydro 7000 Series Shocks are recommended for multiple shock applications and mild to moderate off-road use. Skyjacker® Hydro 7000 shocks are hydraulic action, have multi-stage velocity sensitive valving, twin tube construction, bonded iron piston, chromed piston rod with micro pores, come with red polyurethane bushings, includes red shock boot, and come with a limited lifetime warranty.
Nitro 8000 Series Shocks are recommended for full-size vehicles and moderate to extreme off-road applications. Skyjacker® Nitro 8000 shocks are 150 PSI pressurized Nitrogen gas, have multi-stage velocity sensitive valving, twin tube construction, bonded iron piston, chromed piston rod with micro pores, come with red polyurethane bushings, includes red shock boot, and come with a limited lifetime warranty.
Skyjacker® Steering Stabilizers dampen the shock for your steering system. It works against the harshness of the highway, the ‘shimmy’ from running the additional weight of larger tires & wheels, and places control back into the driver’s hands. Skyjacker® Steering Stabilizers also reduce the fatigue of the driver on a personal level by reducing the amount of physical strength it takes to guide those larger tires on and off the road. Changing the weak stock unit for a better performing replacement or adding dual steering stabilizers is an inexpensive but worthy investment.