A Kelderman 2-Stage Rear Air Suspension for your E-350 or E-450 bus will do wonders for your the comfort of your passengers. By attaching a separate framework to the frame of your vehicle you will add 3-4" inches of additional suspension travel that will greatly reduce the harshness of your ride. A Kelderman 2-Stage Rear Air Suspension utilizes an upper framework and a lower swing arm that attaches to the rear pivot point at the leaf spring shackle. The spring shackles are attached to the lower swing arm, while the air bags are mounted between the upper framework and lower swing arm unit. It's really that simple to convert your E series Ford to Kelderman Air Suspension. All components are made with the highest quality materials to ensure lasting durability and a long service life.
Price includes air controls that automatically level the vehicle whether empty or loaded. There's no buttons to push or controls to worry about! Just get in your vehicle and let the Kelderman Air Suspension do the work and take the rough ride out of your E-Series Ford.
Watch this suspension in action on our YouTube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLlVa1N_6Ss&feature=g-all-a&list=PL7EB3A852773E47F5
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PRICE INCLUDES SELF-LEVELING AIR CONTROLS.
- Mechanical height control w/ kneel feature
- Unique Kelderman 2-Stage design allows for 2-3" of additional suspension travel
- 2-Stage system retains and utilizes the factory leaf springs
- Dramatically improved ride
- Maintenace free
- Reduces shock/fatigue to chassis and passengers
'We added the Kelderman Air Suspension to a new Turtle Top Limo Bus built on a Ford E-450 chassis. I have demonstrated this bus to three people with great results. It virtually eliminates all of the bumps that you get on I-10 between Slidell and New Orleans. This road is one of the worst and it really made a difference. The customers that rode with me could not believe the difference that it made. We use other ride enhancements, but nothing close to this system. I can't wait to put this system on a paratransit bus for a high end retirement home.'
-- Sam Gibson, Alliance Bus Group