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|11-10-2016, 09:38 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2014
First released in 2004, the Ford Territory hit it big. Taking advantage of the success of SUVs that was becoming apparent amongst private car buyers of the time, the introduction of the Territory was truly a masterstroke. Initially based upon the ever so popular BA Falcon and even featuring the same I6 powerplant, the Territory was very attractive proposition for anyone looking for the perfect family car. Later models were offered with turbo-diesel V6 and even the turbocharged I6 pulled straight out of the sprightly Falcon XR6 Turbo. Available in either AWD for those looking to do some soft-roading and RWD for those only interesting in sticking to the black stuff, this wide variety of options attracted a huge variety of buyers.
SUVs like the Ford Territory are excellent choices for people looking for a family car that can tow a caravan for the odd road-trip. If you’re planning on doing this, installing a set of Polyair Red Series Airbags makes for a safer, more enjoyable experience by keeping ride-height level and smoothing out ride quality under loaded conditions.
Photo Credit: Drive.com.au
The Polyair Red Series Airbag is an adjustable helper spring that’s engineered for coil and leaf spring suspensions, both front and rear. These airbag springs allow you to adjust the ride of your vehicle to suit your needs, whether you’re hauling, towing, riding light, taking the open road or tackling some bush trails!
*Never exceed manufacturer’s recommended Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.
Eliminate the common load and towing problems on your Ford Territory:
Sag – proper weight distribution to all tyres improves steering, braking and tyre wear. This is especially important while towing: adjust the air springs to accept the tongue weight of the trailer.
Headlight aim – only level and stable vehicles provide safe and proper headlight aiming – critical for night driving safety.
Rough ride – Polyair’s progressive spring rate soaks up bumps, keeping tyres on the road for better handling.
Bottoming out – Polyair springs restore normal ride height when heavily loaded, towing or off-road driving, reducing suspension wear and eliminating crashing on bumps.
Sway and body roll – Air springs increase spring rate and vastly improve vehicle stability. When towing trailers, the air spring permit precise vehicle height adjustment for exact alignment eliminating trailer sway. Less roll and sway means a safer and more comfortable ride.
Ford Territory 2WD & 4WD 2004 –
Part No. 19696
Price: $295 incl. GST
For more information on Polyair Red Series or our other suspension products call us on (02) 9519 9774, send us an email at email@example.com, or visit: http://polyair.com.au
To locate your nearest Polyair Spring dealer visit: http://polyair.com.au/buy/
Last edited by 4wd pro; 11-10-2016 at 10:11 PM.