Popular gas springs designed for marine, RV and automotive applications. Special Ni-Slide rod coating for excellent corrosion resistance. These gas springs can be used in salt water areas. Each gas spring has a 10 mm composite head socket fitting which is the standard size for ball stud style mounting brackets. The 8mm x 18mm are for standard to heavy duty applications. Connectors sold separately.
Question concerns a Crownline 202 motor hood gas springs. I think the length is 20" but not sure of the output . The boat now has 30# but those springs won't hold the hood up.?
We do not have original information. There should be a part number on the original to have extended and compressed lengths. If you need to go up in PSI that is fine, but Attwood says that the equation to calculate that is extremely complicated. They suggest going to a local marina to get help on which shocks you need if you are unsure of the output needed.
Do you make a gas spring for a very light electronics box for a t top? Only weighs about 2 pounds?
We only make gas springs in this type. You will need to know the compressed and extended length needed along with the PSI count you need. Since you don't have original springs you will need to get mounting brackets as well, but you'll need to start with extended, compressed, and PSI information.
I need to replace a pair of SL34-100-1. Which units are compatible?
SL34 indicates the 20" extended, 12" compressed size and the 100 is the pressure, since this isn't a normal one they stock, we can special order it for you. Please call in to arrange special order with us.