I got 7 years worth of driving and wheeling out of a set of Trailmaster Invader N7 shocks on my 75 CJ. Started a SOA with YJ springs and new N7 shocks. They work good off road so being a little stiff on road isn`t much concern with me.
`75 CJ-5, 304, T-18/D300,
SOA w/YJ springs, D30/D44,
still under construction
You must have asked while I was out of town/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif
I have had the Trail Master SSV's for about 2 years. They are a good shock, but since moving to LA I've found that the washboard freeways are causing my ride to be extremely bumpy/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif
I'm considering switching to something like Rancho 9000's for the softer ride, but probably won't.
I had trailmasters , I dont think they did 50% of what they claim. One on my rear exploded from just driving around town.
replaced it with hijackers w/ in cab control.
Going to replace the fronts w/ 9000s w/ cab control.(dual)
Do I really need all these separate compressors? Can air shocks and ranchos share?
Moral, stay away from trailmaster (unless free)
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