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Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit w/ Heavy Duty Gas Shocks - 3,500-lb (2-3/8") Axle

Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit w/ Heavy Duty Gas Shocks - 3,500-lb (2-3/8") Axle

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Instantly improve your ride with this suspension upgrade kit. Heavy-duty shocks help to manage axle spring movement and provide a smoother, more comfortable ride. Hardware included for easy, bolt-on installation. Fits 2-3/8" axles. Lowest Prices for the best trailer leaf spring suspension from Lippert Components. Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit w/ Heavy Duty Gas Shocks - 3,500-lb (2-3/8") Axle part number LC281255 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Lippert Components Trailer Leaf Spring Suspension - LC281255

  • Leaf Spring Enhancement System
  • Springs
  • Round Axle - 2-3/8 Inch
  • Single Axle
  • Lippert Components
  • Shocks

Instantly improve your ride with this suspension upgrade kit. Heavy-duty shocks help to manage axle spring movement and provide a smoother, more comfortable ride. Hardware included for easy, bolt-on installation. Fits 2-3/8" axles.


Features:

  • Heavy-duty gas shocks absorb road shock and vibration to provide a more comfortable towing experience
  • Easy, bolt-on installation
    • Included tie plates and U-bolts replace your existing hardware
    • Upper brackets mount on trailer frame with included self-tapping screws
    • Shocks attach to tie plates and to upper brackets to help dampen movement of axle
  • Enamel finish resists corrosion


Specs:

  • Application: leaf spring suspension systems with 3,500-lb (2-3/8") overslung axles
    • Minimum clearance between inside of tire and the I-beam flange is 4"
  • Shock length:
    • Extended: 13-1/2"
    • Compressed: 8-5/8"
  • 90-Day warranty


281255 Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit with Heavy Duty Gas Shocks - Fits 2-3/8" Axle Tube

Installation Details LC281255 Installation instructions



Video of Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit w/ Heavy Duty Gas Shocks - 3,500-lb (2-3/8") Axle

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Lippert Components Trailer Suspension - Leaf Spring Suspension - LC281255 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Mounting Kit with Heavy Duty Oil Shocks. Shocks are designed to efficiently manage axle spring movement, which is going to provide a smoother more comfortable ride. Kits are available for 2 3/8 inch axle tubes and 3 inch axle tubes. For 2 3/8 inch, it would be part number LC281255. For a 3 inch, it would be part number LC281281. Bolt-On shock kits are going to absorb road shock and vibrations to provide a more comfortable towing experience. These kits have also been known to help reduce tire wear.

When it's compressed, the tube, just the yellow portion, is going to give us a length measurement of about 8 5/8 of an inch. With it all the way extended, the yellow portion is going to measure about 13 1/2 inches long. Each shock features a yellow enamel finish. That's going to do a great job at preventing and resisting rust and corrosion. The kit is going to come with everything needed to get the system mounted and installed. It's going to come with your two shocks and the necessary hardware to get one end attached to the upper mounting bracket and to get the other end attached to the mounting tie plates.

It's going to come with the mounting tie plates, and the U-bolts, as well as the necessary nuts to get those installed and attached. It's also going to come with your upper mounting brackets, which I already have attached to one end of our shock, and it's going to come with the self-tapping bolts to get those attached to the trailer frame. The upper brackets simply attach to the trailer frame. Again, using the self-tapping bolts. The larger end of the shock attaches to the upper mounting bracket with the appropriate hardware. The tie plates mount to the leaf springs with the included U-bolts and nuts.

The U-bolts go around the axle, through the tie plates, and secure with the included nuts. Then the other end of the shock attaches to the lip of the tie plate, just like that. Then you would install the hardware on the other end of the shock right here. That way, when your trailer goes over uneven pavement or uneven surfaces, this is going to retract and extend. It's going to do a great job at absorbing all of that road shock that trailers experience. That's going to do it for today's look at the Lippert Component Bolt-On Shock Mounting Kit with Heavy Duty Oil Shocks..


Customer Reviews

Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit w/ Heavy Duty Gas Shocks - 3,500-lb (2-3/8") Axle - LC281255

Average Customer Rating:  3.8 out of 5 stars   (15 Customer Reviews)

Instantly improve your ride with this suspension upgrade kit. Heavy-duty shocks help to manage axle spring movement and provide a smoother, more comfortable ride. Hardware included for easy, bolt-on installation. Fits 2-3/8" axles.

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Very good product so far. Have had them on for nearly a year, maybe 2000 miles on them. We do have an anti sway bar on our 180bh sportsman classic but no distribution hitch. I chose to put bags under our 1500 EcoDiesel. So the sway is controlled by the anti sway bar but we still have a considerable amount of what I call role in the camper. Top to bottom the camper would lean side to side with our Texas panhandle winds. So these shocks have nearly eliminated the role. I did have to weld the brackets on the frame rather drilling and bolting. Not sure if the universal kit isn’t universal or due to the fact I did and axle flip on our camper caused this issue. Either way very glad I got them, doing what they are supposed to do. Thanks e trailer. 644895


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Doing good still, pulled camper from Amarillo Texas thru Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama on our way to Disney world, then back they Alabama, Tennessee, and Arkansas for vacation last year. We put about 4000 miles on the camper and shocks still doing what they are supposed to do, controlling the role.
Cary - 05/24/2020

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Installed the shock kit at pulled the trailer across Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota to through the Bad Lands all using back roads to see the country. The trailer followed smoothly and kept things inside in place. A great install to really improve the pull and control on back rough roads. 856882



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Mediocre hardware, okay shocks, upper shock brackets are worthless. I installed this kit on a single axle, spring under suspension, travel trailer. Ubolts were barely long enough and once torqued, there is only a couple threads showing outside the nuts. The upper brackets are designed to be used on a box or c-channel frame. Since my trailer has an i-bean frame I had to have custom upper brackets fabricated. Even if the brackets included would have worked they would have required some work as they had welding splatter all over them and the welds didn't look too be the highest quality. 660558



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Not a trailer, but... We needed a set of shocks for a three-wheeled motorcycle truck conversion for our resort/farm in upper Thailand. I had to pack it in my luggage for the trip over. The vehicle came with no shocks on the back axle and the ride was really bad. This kit, with a bit of modification, really did the job and the ride is now significantly better in terms of smoothness and handling. Shocks were a bit long, but it worked out OK. 635337



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The product specs. listed on your web site were lacking exact enginering specs. According to the product delivered. The fact that your product delivered is workable, does not excuse the fact that the web site description was vague at best. Need extra steel to make your product work, was at the steel store this morning and could have purchased what was needed then. Now need to make another 100 mile round trip to make the job good. 573066



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Product: First up - "Made in China" - just need to expect that kind of production. HOWEVER, the welds on the product looked very good-good penetration, etc. Heavy gauge steel, like you'd want; very good. U-bolts and hardware look appropriate for the task; cadmium coated and fine thread for good torque. Brackets are not finished to a high aesthetic level (paint doesn't fully cover, welding splatter painted over, etc.), but hey, it's UNDER the trailer. Some Rustoleum takes care of the paint... Shocks look and feel "ehh" - serviceable. We'll see how it works. Fully anticipate replacing them with higher-end shocks some time down the road at a later date. No instructions in box; lots of instructions on the inter-web. That's the "made in China" part... But, the good side of that is, a lot of stuff for not much money to solve a specific problem out of the box, which SHOULD be fairly simple. I will likely weld the top plate in place instead of using the included, self tapping, plated screws (they look adequate as well, but I like welding and it doesn't loosen-ever). This is going on a 5 x 10 utility trailer with some air bags as an "upgrade" to carry lighter, fragile loads when I want to. Will update when I finish installation. Retailer: etrailer shipped on-time, good frequent communication, best price; what more do you want? Do business with them again? Absolutely. 503866



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Product arrived on time, with free shipping as compared to other vendors who charge more than $100 for shipping. Had to modify/ cut one edge of the upper shock mount to fit my Lippert frame (2018 Grand Design Imagine 2800bh). Straighforward installation, only issue is the kit comes with 8 self- tapping bolts ( need 5 bolts per upper mount). Definitely will order from Etrailer again. 502207



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doesnt fit on the frame of my trailer as it is an I beam frame , now i have to get a shop to weld the top shock mounts to the frame , cost more for the welding than i paid for the shocks 498300



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Shocks work great, travel trailer tows much smoother (sent picture after installation) 490758



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All items received as ordered. Have not installed yet. 487287



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Excellent product w/outstanding price p oint! 397181



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the four shocks added great stability to my trailer. They help eliminate sway and trailer hopping not to mention shaking the stuffing out of the trailer. 359800



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I am only posting this because you asked. I consider this a loss and just move on. My shocks blew out on the railroad tracks in Dodge City Kansas 1000 miles from home. I was on a trip to the west coast from TN. After I had returned home the warranty was over. I bought better shocks. The mount kit was ok, so far. My new shocks cost $83 delivered. 353297



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Have a 2016 Jayco Whitehawk Travel trailer. Because of our wonderful roads in Pa., chucking was a big problem with this unit. Has Lippert Wide Stance axels and the shock kit is the only thing available at this time to tame this bucking bronco. I installed them in driveway, 1 set on each axel. Checked the angle of the shocks and they are placed at a 39 degree angle because of the wide stance axels (max angle on shock is 45 degrees). Went on a 150 mile trip and what a difference. It is pleasurable to pull this RV now even when hitting these dips in road at 70MPH. I am pleased dealing with etrailer. Have purchased several items from them and have had wonderful service from them. Keep-up the good work guys and thanks for being a reputable Co. to deal with. Sam 284568



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Shocks made a huge difference in the bounce while towing the trailer. Very worthwhile purchase and installation. I printed the installation instructions from your web site because the instructions included were worthless. 216535


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Ask the Experts about this Lippert Components Trailer Leaf Spring Suspension

  • Does Lippert Shock Kit Fit Enclosed Trailer with Boxed Frame
    Thanks for the picture of your trailer frame. Based on seeing them the Lippert Shock Kit part # LC281255 does fit since it's a boxed frame and you already verified that the axle diameter matches.
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  • What Causes a Trailer to Bounce Up and Down
    The leaf springs on your trailer could be too far worn which is making the ride bouncy because they have lost their rigidity or it could just be how the weight inside of the trailer is positioned. If you are having any clearance issues with your fenders or the trailer is leaning to one side more so than the other then this would point to signs of worn out leaf springs. Aside from these instances it is rather difficult to diagnose a worn out leaf spring if there are no other visual cues...
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  • Shock Kit for Travel Trailer Recommendation
    Kits are not designed to fit specific trailers though based on my research we do have one kit that may work for you, depending on a few measurements you need to take. Based on my research your Lance 2280 travel trailer is a single axle so the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit # LC281255 may work as it is for single axles that are 2-3/8" in diameter, which is standard for 3,500 lb axles. So long as you have that diameter axle and a 4 inch clearance between the inside of your trailer's...
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  • Can Lippert Bolt On Trailer Shock Kit be Used on Trailer with Axles Above Springs
    You can install the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit w/Heavy Duty Gas Shocks # LC281255 on trailers that have the axles mounted above or below the leaf springs. It will just be a matter of orientating the shock mount so that it doesn't interfere with the axle as the suspension compresses and extends.
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  • Will the Lippert Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit Work On Snowmobile Trailer
    I spoke with my contact at Lippert about the # LC281255 Shock Kit. He confirmed that it will help dampen road shock for your trailer, as long as you have the necessary clearance and I-beam frame to install the kit. The Lippert Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit # LC281255 that you referenced is designed to fit 2-3/8 inch axle tubes. The kit needs 4-1/2 inches of clearance between the I-beam flange and inside of tire. An I-beam frame is needed to install the upper mounting bracket. I have attached...
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  • Troubleshooting Boat Trailer that is Bouncy on the Highway
    First thing to check is the tire pressure of your trailer. Making sure they are all inflated to the max psi would be a very cheap and easy way to address trailer bounce. Is the trailer sitting perfectly level? Trailer suspension doesn't normally have shocks so a lot of bouncing is due to that. If the springs you have now are in good working order and seem to be handling the weight of your boat when loaded your best option is going to be a shock system. If the bouncing you described is...
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  • Available Lippert 5th Wheel Trailer Shock Absorber Kits
    We offer two heavy-duty trailer oil shock kits from Lippert, who makes most of the RV frames in use. Those kits are designed for either 3-inch axle tubes, part # LC281281, or for 2-3/8-inch axle tubes, part # LC281255. Both kits include mounting brackets. The shocks in both kits measure 13-1/2-inches long when extended.
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  • Length of Shocks on Lippert Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit
    I'm not exactly sure what you are asking; if it is about how to mount the Lippert shocks, the figure you referenced is simply a part of those directions. If you would like to clarify please let me know so I can get a better idea of what you are trying to accomplish.
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  • Recommended Trailer Suspension Options for 5th Wheel Trailers
    The shock mounts for trailer suspension are not available as replacement or independent parts. You would need to purchase kit # LC281255 or # LC281281. Another option that bolts to the frame of a 5th wheel are the Timbren Trailer Suspension Enhancement System with Under Steel Frame 10,000 lbs # TTRA15252. Finally, you may want to consider the Timbren Silent Ride Suspension for Tandem Axle Trailers w/ 3" Round Axles - 7,000 lbs # TSR7000T05 which replaces leaf spring suspension systems.
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  • How to Install Lippert Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit LC281255
    I will be happy to explain how to install the shock kit # LC281255. In addition to the instructions below I have also included a picture of the actual instructions. 1. Raise trailer and jack up the axle to release pressure on the springs. 2. Remove old u-bolts and tie plate. 3. Install new tie plate with the longer side facing outward and torque the u-bolts to the specs in the instructions. NOTE: Do NOT reuse old components. 4. Compress the shock and make a mark on the inner shock...
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  • Proper Placement of Heavy Duty Gas Shocks, # LC281255 on Wild Cat Travel Trailer
    When it comes to the proper placement of shocks like the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit w/Heavy Duty Gas Shocks, # LC281255, you will want the top of the shock to point away from the center equalizer which would look more like this, \ center equalizer /. I have attached a picture for you, as well as a snapshot of the installation instructions.
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  • Recommended Trailer Suspension Enhancement for a 5 x 8 Single Axle Enclosed Trailer
    For single axle trailers an inexpensive option for shocks are the Lippert bolt-on shock for trailers with 2-3/8 inch diameter axle tubes # LC281255 or 3 inch diameter tubes # LC281281. These bolt-on shock kits absorb road shock and vibration to provide a more comfortable towing experience. The kit will include everything needed to attach oil shocks to existing RV or trailer suspension utilizing the 2-3/8 or 3 inch axle tube. I have linked both products to this page for your purchasing...
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  • Does Lippert Shock Kit part # LC281255 Fit 2015 Keystone Bullet 272 BHS
    For 2-3/8 inch 3,500 lb axles the Lippert shock kit part # LC281255 that you mentioned is the correct kit to use. This kit would fit and work well on your 2015 Keystone Bullet 272 BHS with tandem axles.
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  • Recommended Trailer Suspension Enhancement on 2017 Grand Design 30 Travel Trailer
    The E-Z Flex Heavy Duty Rubber Suspension System by Dexter Axle - 5-5/8" Equalizers # K71-652-00 will fit any system just like an equalizer regardless of the bracket, so this will be a good upgrade to take some of the bounce out of your trailer as it will absorb that shock. The shocks will assist to absorb more and won't be mounted to the area where the hanger protrudes from the frame, so there shouldn't be any alignment issues. Another option is to use the Timbren Trailer Suspension...
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  • Preferred Shock Angle and Compression for Lippert Trailer Shock Kit LC281255
    There isn't really a suggested angle at which to mount the Lippert shock kit # LC281255 as long as it does not exceed a 45 degree angle. I would say a 30 or 35 degree angle would be good but it would really be different on every application so its hard to put a definite number on it. The amount of compression once installed has to allow for the full travel of the suspension so as not to damage the shocks or where they are attached to the trailer. So basically this means that the compression...
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  • Correct Orientation and Ability to Mount Lippert Shock Kit on Inside of Frame Rail
    We have spoken with Lippert in the past about mounting the Bolt-On Shock Kit # LC281255 inside the frame rail and they do state that this is perfectly fine to do as long as there isn't another obstruction on your trailer such as a water tank that would get in the way. When mounting the shocks on a tandem axle trailer both the front and rear shocks will actually face the same direction. The shocks on the front axle and the rear axle will point toward the rear of the trailer. I have...
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  • Can Lippert Bolt-On Shock Kit be Installed Inside Frame Rails on Trailer with Axle Over Leaf Springs
    The Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit # LC281255 referenced in your question can indeed be installed on trailers like yours that have the axle mounted above the leaf springs. You will just want to orient the shock mount so that it doesn't interfere with the axle as the suspension compresses and extends. The shocks are typically installed on the outside of the frame rails like you mentioned but Lippert has told us in the past that the shock can be installed on the inside of the rails...
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  • How to Position the Lippert Shocks on a Single Axle Trailer
    The installation process of the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit part # LC281255 will be the same for a single axle trailer and a tandem/triple axle trailer, just repeated. When installing the shocks, you want to point them away from the shackle straps. I have attached a photo of this for you as well.
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  • Do I Install the Cams on All 6 Brackets for the Lippert Correct Track II Alignment Kit 87220
    If you are referring to the 4 cams that do the actual adjusting in the (discontinued) Lippert Components Correct Track II 87220, they are only installed on the outermost brackets. The center brackets do not get a cam. See the attached picture. I have also attached a link to an installation video that our friends at Lippert Components have created on how to properly install the Correct Track II, but Lippert does recommend having a professional perform the installation.
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  • What Can I Do to Improve the Ride of My Trailer?
    It sounds like you are looking for trailer suspension like the Lippert Bolt-On Shocks # LC281255. The Lippert Bolt-On shocks # LC281255 will fit 2-3/8 inch axle tubes or # LC281281 will fit 3 inch tubes. These kits will improve your ride with our complete shock mounting kits. Shocks help to efficiently manage axle spring movement to provide a smoother, more comfortable ride. I have linked both products to this page for your viewing and purchasing convenience.
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  • How Does Lippert Bolt-On Shock Kit Mount?
    The instructions for the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit specify that the shocks be mounted to the outside of the I-beam frame, as you can see in the photo I've provided. If this works for you, the kit for a 2-3/8" axle tube is # LC281255 while the kit for a 3" axle tube is # LC281281. I've provided links to video reviews of each product for you.
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  • Should Bolt-On Shock Kit be Used on Both Axles of Tandem Axle Fifth Wheel Trailer
    For the best performance you will want to use the Lippert Bolt-On Shock Kit on both of your tandem axles, so you would need to order two of the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit w/ Heavy Duty Gas Shocks # LC281255 if your have 2-3/8" diameter axles (which are found on 3,500 lb axles) or part # LC281281 if you have 3" diameter axles (which are found on 5,200 lb to 7,000 lb axles). These kits come with everything you need to make them work; I have added a link to a video review for...
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  • Troubleshooting Trailer Bouncing Side to Side While Towing Above 60 mph
    It sounds like you don't have the correct amount of tongue weight for your 2017 Flagstaff MicroLite. What you need to do is make sure that your tongue weight falls within the 10 15% range of the weight of your loaded trailer. If your trailer weighs 5,000 lbs when loaded then the tongue weight should be 500 lbs - 750 lbs. From the way you described your trailer is acting I would bet that you don't have enough weight on the tongue of your trailer. We carry the Sherline Scale # 5780 that...
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  • Lippert Trailer Shock Kit for Single Axle Casita Travel Trailer
    The Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit # LC281255 is intended for a 2-3/8-inch diameter round leaf spring axle. We also have a kit for 3-inch diameter axles, part # LC281281. If your Dexter # 10 axle is a square torsion type axle (without leaf springs) then these kits cannot be used. Please refer to the linked review video for more on this kit.
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  • Recommended Suspension Improvement On 2008 R-Vision Travel Trailer To Improve Ride
    To improve the ride for your R-Vision travel trailer I recommend the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Mount Kit, part # LC281255. With the oil shocks, it will cushion the ride and make the ride smoother. This kit comes with all the hardware needed for installation. I would invest in one item like the # LC281255 first, and see if you notice a lot of ride improvement. If you are still not happy with the ride, you could add the Equalizers for E-Z Flex Heavy Duty Rubber Suspension System,...
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  • Will Lippert Trailer Shock Kit Fit a Trailer with I-Beam Frame
    Ideally the trailer would need to have a flat surface on which to mount the upper bracket of Lippert shock kit # LC281255. Based on what you have described I believe that it will still work on your trailer. The worse case scenario is that the I-beam frame will need to be boxed in the area where the top bracket mounts by having steel plates welded on by a professional welder. If you would prefer not to do that there are other trailer suspension enhancement products which I have linked...
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  • Which Direction Should Shocks of Lippert Shock Kit Point on Tandem Axle Trailer
    The installation process of the Lippert Components Bolt-On Shock Kit part # LC281255 will be the same for a single axle trailer and a tandem/triple axle trailer, just repeated. When installing the shocks, you want to point them away from the shackle straps. So they will angle opposite each other on a tandem axle trailer. I have attached a photo of this for you as well.
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