ID-1159 Keywords or Part Number(s): 036423, 30610135, 30610135
ALKO, Caravan Shock absorbers, Pair When extended, they are 380mm from centre of top bolt, to centre of lower bolt. They will close down to 250mm, centre to centre.
Specifications2 Shock absorbers
Left and Right lower mounting bracket (bolt to Spring U-Bolt)
2 Upper mounting brackets
Rated at 1300kg per pair
Mounting holes in lower bracket are 75mm between centres
All products from Caravans Plus come with a guarantee.
This one comes with a 12 months manufacturer's warranty.
We have been selling this product for several years now. We try to keep a few of these on our shelves for quick delivery. If you order more than the 4 we have in stock, the delay is around 6 days to get more.
Customer Comments & Reviews
Theres no info as to what size leaf the brackets are drilled for.
Bought them anyway as I had the welder booked to weld on the top brackets.
Sure enough the holes were in the wrong place for my springs requiring filing of the holes. The bracket fell short of the leaf width by about 10mm.................Editor: The hole spacing on the bracket have been added to website - they are 75mm centre to centre
Malcom from NSW - 01 Jul 2013
The product proved to be "just as required", comparable to ones seen fitted to the Australian built Jurgens caravans. Road test is still to be carried out though to see if my problem of "bounce" has been fixed.
Ian from QLD - 23 Jun 2012
I have a 7x4 trailer fitted with a camper trailer tent and the original 45mm x 5 eye to eye leaf spring was way too bouncy with the 700Kg total weight. I fitted the ALKO shocks and removed the shortest spring and I have now a very stable and docile trailer. Installation was easy with just two brackets welding required. I definitely recommend for any off-road use.
John from NSW - 25 May 2012
Excellent product installation only required two brackets to be welded to chassis. Had to modify u bolts centres to suit springs but overall an outstanding safety modification. A GREAT product
John from TAS - 08 Dec 2011