80 lb RV Gas Strut Heavy-Duty Spring Rod for Recessed Storage Bed Lift 20 in
Having trouble with your bed storage door? Maybe it just doesn't close right. Maybe, when you go to get the extra blankets out, the door falls back down, causing frustration that definitely should not be butting into your leisure time. If this sounds familiar, you might have problems with your gas struts. Luckily for you, you've found RecPro, where our job is to help you have the best vacationing experience you can.
RecPro is proud to introduce its new private label gas strut set for lifting applications. These struts (also called gas pressure springs, gas dampers, and gas pressure dampers), which are comparable to peer brands on the market, allow for 80 lbs. of force for each strut. Our heavy-duty gas struts are rigorously tested and built to meet or exceed the OEM specifications for a cross-functional application. Consult cross-reference guides to see if your application is suited for these struts.
These struts, while generally designed for an automotive application (specifically lift gates and tailgates), are constructed to solve issues with hatches and doors closing and opening. They provide controlled and measured movement (definable closure and opening speeds) and integrated damping.
Our gas struts not only compete with the top brands in the industry in the realms of quality and durability but are exceedingly easy to install by yourself. If you have any questions about installation, consult a professional.
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- Ext. length: 20"
- Compressed: 12"
- Stroke length: 8"
- Rod dia.: 6 mm
- Body dia.: 18.5 mm
- LBS.: 80
*ATTENTION: We sell our struts primarily in sets, as it is recommended by manufacturers that when replacing gas struts, you replace both struts (if applicable) at the same time. Replacing just one strut places undue wear and tear on the remaining strut and can lead to possible catastrophic failure in the future. Always make sure to adhere to safe work practices when installing replacement equipment on your vehicle or other applications.*