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MSRP: $220.00
Average Price: $144.00
Manufacturer: Trail Master
Recommended?
Yes: 6 / No: 0

Trail Master’s premium shock the SSV (Speed Smart Valving™), provides “On-the-fly” ride adjustability without buttons or dials. Shocks are application specific and tested to produce the best ride and handling characteristics for each application. The SSV shocks include a large 2-3/8” diameter cylinder, black urethane bushings, and dust boots. SSV shocks have a low-pressure nitrogen gas charge, to reduce foaming, and out performs foam cell shocks.

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RTStork

Registered User
RTStork's Reviews
03-18-2010, 01:26 AM
Price: $200.00
Pros: .
Cons: .
Recommended? Yes

Comments: ....


TJ_Claws02
Registered User
TJ_Claws02's Reviews

02-28-2010, 02:45 PM
Price: $50.00
Pros: cheap easy to install look sharp.
Cons: blows seal's. rides a little ruff on the street
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Has a history of blown seal's, rides a little ruff on the street great in the bush though.


rnemovr

Have Cummins, Will tow.
rnemovr's Reviews

07-31-2008, 02:51 PM
Trail Master SSV
Pros: decent ride
Cons: to short
Recommended? Yes

Comments: to short for application,


jeffmurr
Registered User
jeffmurr's Reviews

05-03-2008, 12:40 PM
Trail Master SSV
Price: $220.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: ok but could be better. cheap durable but could be a little stronger in the rebound.


supraman1990

Registered User
supraman1990's Reviews

04-29-2008, 12:20 PM
Trail Master SSV
Price: $200.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Acceptable shock. Isn't really long enough for the amount of lift it is specified for. I would advise going at least an inch taller than actual lift to make it work correctly.


bloggerrich
Registered User
bloggerrich's Reviews

04-29-2008, 01:43 AM
Price: $50.00
Pros: Improved handling in all conditions
Cons: None in my opinion
Recommended? Yes

Comments: The SSV's were installed to improve handling and they do just that. They are a little tight, but my Jeep handles better than it did with the stock shocks and it is very controlled on the highway. One of my best upgrades thus far!

UPDATE: June 14, 2011

I still have the SSV's on my Wrangler...no blown seals and just as firm as they were from day one. I've had them for over 4 years now.



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