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Old 02-01-2013, 05:58 PM   #1
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Default Roadmaster Active Suspension(RAS) February Group Discount!

Many of you have expressed interest in the RAS since our group buy last summer, we will be offering the special group buy rate exclusively to F150forum.com members during month of February. If you are interested or would like more information on the group buy or the Roadmaster Active Suspension(RAS), you can reach me at 800-398-5036 or simply PM me!


You can also check out our website www.activesuspension.com!
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Description


The Roadmaster Active Suspension is a heavy duty, variably rated coil spring that works as a muscle to hold the rear leaf spring in their optimum bowed position at all times. Because the RAS is the only patented leaf spring suspension upgrade that works with the existing leaf springs to convert the traditional "passive" leaf spring suspension into an "active" suspension, the RAS offers a combination of benefits no other aftermarket suspension upgrade is able to provide.

Benefits of an RAS System
  • Load Support- Because the RAS works to hold the leaf springs in their optimum bowed position at all times, the leaf springs are strengthened thus greatly reducing rear end sag when loaded to manufacturer max GVWR.
  • Handling/Stability- By not allowing the spring to flatten out, the vehicle corners more level by compensating for side to side weight transfer, resulting in greater contact of all four tires to the road. This provides improved traction, which translates to better driver control and stability. Excess spring rebound(bounce) is also reduced when negotiating bumps and uneven road surface, providing a much more comfortable ride 100% of the time!
  • Axle Wrap/Wheel Hop-This is an issue that has affected a large amount of F150 Truck owners on this site. Those that have installed the RAS have reported results varying from greatly reducing to completely eliminating the axle wrap/wheel hop problem.

Installation
Each kit comes fully assembled out of the box, comes with illustrated instructions and can be easily installed without any special tools within 60-90 minutes. Requires no drilling, cutting or modifications of any sort.


Application---------- Part # LIST
73'-02' 2WD ----------------(4612) $369
73'-02' 4WD --------------- -(4622) $389
03'-08' ALL ------------------(3612) $369
09'-13' Reg Cab-------------(3611) $369
09'-13' Ext/Super Crew -(3611-Y)$399



Pricing------- $320+shipping*
Pricing will be effective for all Ford Part numbers, regardless of listed retail price!

Billing and shipping
*Because the pricing tier is pre-determined at $320, we will ship upon receipt of shipping/billing information. Shipping via Fed-Ex Ground is typically 1-6 business days, shipping cost can vary between $20-$35 within the U.S..
Payments and shipping information can be submitted to me directly over the phone at 800-398-5036 or to my email address nolan@activesuspension.com.

Our previous Group Buys were a great success and we received great feedback from those that took advantage of the past group buys! I look forward to talking with some of you.

-Nolan





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Old 02-02-2013, 06:06 PM   #2
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I am interested also. Will send pm as i am in Canada and need to know the shipping options here. Thanks
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Will this work with 4" rear blocks??
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Will this work with 4" rear blocks??
So long as there is no part of those lift blocks protrude that outside the perimeter of the u-bolts that might interfere with the axle bracket(as you see in the pics). I've only come across this handful of times, we had to use the older bracket style that clamps under the u-bolts in those cases.
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whats the total price to ontario canada ? 2011 screw ? thx
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whats the total price to ontario canada ? 2011 screw ? thx
I am wondering the same thing though I saw in the previous buy it was about $90 bucks. That would not include customs I dont think. I am not too far from the US border so am thinking a pickup at the border would be the cheaper solution.
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For you guys in Canada; we ship USPS to Canada, shipping has gone up a bit unfortunately. Shipping to anywhere in Canada is $105+$8 if you would like insurance option USPS offers. Shoot me PM if you have any other questions!
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I am wondering the same thing though I saw in the previous buy it was about $90 bucks. That would not include customs I dont think. I am not too far from the US border so am thinking a pickup at the border would be the cheaper solution.

It would save you a minimum $70, do it if you can
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Ordered on Tuesday, they are sitting at my door. Putting them on tonight. Thanks agin Nolan!
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