This brochure discusses Ateco Equipment's SuperSprings, Ridepro 4x4 Suspension systems, electromagnetic brake retarders, winches and...
Designed in Australia for the world, the Ridepro® System has been developed specifically for four-wheel drive vehicles. With a range of large 41mm piston Shock Absorbers, Coil and Leaf Springs, Steering Stabilisers, Torsion Bars, Swaybars, Polyurethane bushes and shackles; this system has been designed for up to 50mm lift from standard ride heights.
Ridepro Suspension Kits
With a range of large, 41mm piston Shock Absorbers, Coil and Leaf Springs, Steering Stabilisers, Torsion Bars, Swaybars, Polyurethane bushes and shackles, this system has been designed for up to 50mm lift from standard ride heights.
Using only premium grade polyurethane bushes with unique formulae, it provides superior resistance to abrasion, minimum compression set, high shear and tear strength and maximum resistance to oils and solvents. To further improve lubrication, distribution and retention, Ridepro® Leaf Spring Eye Bushes also feature lateral grooves for tolerance in the eye diameter, with spiral grooves in the inner bore and tangential grooves on the flange head.
Heat treated, shot peened, scragged and load tested for durability and long life, they’re designed for premium off road performance. For effective load distribution, Ridepro® Leaf Springs have draw tapered and diamond cut leaves. Ridepro® Leaf Springs are designed with the Australian climate in mind.
Manufactured on precision mandrels, shot peened, scragged and load tested, Ridepro® Coil Springs can handle virtually anything that nature can dish up.
RoxShocks are put through extremely rigorous function, performance, quality and durability tests. In competition, RoxShocks have tackled some of the most feared and rugged four-wheel drive courses in the country and overseas. In laboratories, they are put through a number of brutal, independent bench tests to prove they’re virtually indestructible. A unique hydraulic locking system where oil flows through holes in the piston rod allows oil flow into the rebound valve to control the damping forces. When the shocker gets near its full extension, the valves are closed off, leaving a small amount of oil between the piston and the rod guide, preventing metal to metal contact. This system also has no nylon parts that can melt under the extremes of four-wheel driving.