Ride-Rite Air Suspension: Your Solution To Towing

Firestone, we all know the name and the quality of their work. Many of us have had their tires on our car at some point, if not currently. The name pretty much speaks for itself in the tire world. Well, the same goes for their air suspension brand, Firestone Ride-Rite and we got the low-down on what sets them apart. Continue reading “Ride-Rite Air Suspension: Your Solution To Towing”

Follow Friday: Superfresh Edition

F1 is back, you guys. This Sunday, two days from now, we’ll get to watch the fastest cars in the world rip around Spa Fracorchamps in Belgium. It’s been a long wait. So Lewis and Nico, if you’re scrolling through your Twitter suggestions, looking for people to follow, we’ll save you the time and concentration with a handy list of newsmakers this week: the Superfresh Edition.

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Firestone Ride Rite: Air Suspension Basics

We all know the familiar hiss of a kneeling city bus or the bulging air bags under semi trailers.  But air suspension is becoming a more popular aftermarket addition to noncommercial vehicles, as well.  Especially big pickups.  Firestone is leading the charge with their Ride Rite system.  Here’s how it works.

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Floating Out of the Factory

When we think of air suspension, we picture either massive semi trucks and trailers, city busses kneeling politely, or customized sedans and trucks–usually slathered in orange or green paint–bouncing around on the curb to the beat of eardrum shredding bass.
But not every air suspension system was installed in the aftermarket.  A select few came loaded from the factory.  The factory air suspension has often been a textbook example of Good Intentions, though it is not without its supporters.  We thought we’d present a few examples and see what side of the debate you take.  Have you owned any of these? Continue reading “Floating Out of the Factory”