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Welcome to CARiD, where we have made it easy for you, and every GMC Savana owner in the USA, to find all of the products and accessories you need to get the most out of this brilliant car. When it comes to performance and the ride quality of your GMC, suspension modifications can make a massive amount of difference, whether you want a smoother, harder or a more comfortable ride. At CARiD, we stock GMC suspension systems by leading manufacturers including Energy Suspension, Daystar, Air Lift, Pro Comp, ReadyLIFT, Hellwig, Rancho and lots more, and we offer these great suspension kits at competitive low prices you won't find anywhere else on the web.

At CARiD, we have made it our role to provide our customers with only the very best quality products, so all of the leveling kits, sway bars, air suspension kits, struts, lowering kits, shock absorbers and other suspension gear you'll find here for your GMC have been chosen and tested by our experts. Browse the great top name suspension systems and kits available for your GMC Savana model, and you'll see the great prices we have on these unbeatable items. We offer quick delivery and support all of these great GMC suspension products with unrivaled customer service. Get yours here at CARiD ASAP!

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      # sp20032
      LoadLifter5000™ Air Helper Spring Kit by Air Lift®. LoadLifter 5000™ air suspension kits fit many 0.5 ton, 0.75 ton, and 1 ton pickups and vans for hauling and towing. Rear kits for commercials trucks, wreckers, ambulances,...
      Fully adjustable air springs level your vehicle when towing or hauling a heavy load for a safe comfortable rideEliminate sag and bottoming out
      $34.55 - $1,450.00
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp4279
      B6 Series Shock Absorbers and Struts by Bilstein®. If you expect more damping power from your shock absorber – even under loads – but don’t want to opt for an all-out sports model, the BILSTEIN B6 is the ideal solution.
      Increased power reserves and service life, even when pulling transporters and trailers or during frequent journeys with loadsOptimum adhesion and enhanced lane change stability in both day to day and extreme situations
      $64.93 - $769.20
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp12328
      Ride-Rite™ Air Helper Spring Kit by Firestone®. The heavy-duty convoluted air springs will handle all leveling needs with load carrying capacities between 3,200-5,000 lbs per set.
      Supports up to 5,000 lbs per set (not to exceed vehicle’s GVWR) and should be maintained between 10-100 PSIProvides load support through the use of air pressure that can be adjusted for changing loads
      $70.93 - $910.95
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      # sp13061
      MaxControl™ Premium Monotube Shock Absorber by Gabriel®. On paper or pavement, you won’t find a more comfortable shock than the Gabriel® MaxControl™ v2.0. Equipped with best-in-class technology, MaxControl monotube shock is...
      Monotube internal designNew rod guide bearing allows greater sensitivity and response
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      # sp20033
      RideCONTROLL™ Air Helper Spring Kit by Air Lift®. This is a set of two adjustable secondary air helper springs designed to add up to 2,000 pounds of leveling capacity for vehicles with leaf springs. Kit adds ride comfort and...
      Set of two air bag spring supports designed to work with factory OEM leaf springsAvailable in front and rear sets sized for your make and model specifically
      $307.97 - $1,450.00
    • (37 reviews)
      # sp4269
      4600 Series Shock Absorbers by Bilstein®. Bilstein 4600 Series Shock Absorbers and Struts are designed specifically to help your stock height truck, van or SUV reach its pinnacle in ride performance and handling, while still...
      Monotube gas pressure technologyEasy to install; direct bolt-on; no modification required
      $28.45 - $321.14
    • (4 reviews)
      # sp4358
      Monro-Matic Plus™ Shock Absorbers and Struts by Monroe®. Nitrogen gas charged Monro-Matic Plus shocks and struts feature VPV (velocity proportional valving) and innovative all weather fluid. They offer improved ride comfort for...
      Twin-Tube internal designAn ideal balance of comfort and control for any driving condition
      $15.59 - $76.51
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp20035
      LoadLifter5000 Ultimate™ Air Helper Spring Kit by Air Lift®. Set of two adjustable secondary air helper springs designed to add up to 5,000 pounds of leveling capacity for vehicles with leaf springs. Kit adds ride comfort and...
      Set of Two replacement air bag springs support designed to work with factory OEM leaf springsAvailable in front and rear sets sized for your make and model specifically
      $34.55 - $1,450.00
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      # sp12329
      Sport-Rite™ Air Helper Spring Kit by Firestone®. These air springs mount between the frame and the suspension, utilizing a state of the art, oem, tapered air spring. Sport-Rite kits enhance the ride while empty or loaded. The...
      Like Ride-Rite air springs, the Sport-Rite air springs improve the ride and handlingInnovative tapered sleeve air springs, which are more conducive for specific applications
      $70.93 - $875.94
    • (1 review)
      # sp13059
      Load Carrier™ Spring Assist Shocks by Gabriel®. The Spring Assist (Load Carrier™) by Gabriel® is the perfect combination of shock and spring technology to help reduce the loss of ride height in ongoing loaded conditions. The...
      Twin-Tube internal designA super-finished chromed piston rod to inhibit corrosion, ensure proper seal lubrication, and provide a more consistent wear surface
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp4355
      Gas-Magnum™ Shock Absorbers by Monroe®. These shock absorbers are designed specially for vans and pickup trucks. Monroe Gas-Magnum assemblies provide firm control and greater stability without a harsh ride. They have up to twice...
      Firm control without a harsh rideTwin-tube Design
      $24.18 - $69.68
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp4359
      Reflex™ Shock Absorbers and Struts by Monroe®. These shocks and struts are designed for SUVs, light trucks, and other vehicles with a high center of gravity and help reduce vehicle roll and dive. Reflex twin tube shocks and...
      Monotube internal designASD Technology: provides greater control for handling (only applies to twin tube version)
      $34.63 - $95.45
    • (3 reviews)
      # sp4360
      Sensa-Trac™ Load Adjusting Shock Absorbers by Monroe®. These shocks feature position sensitive damping (PSD) and application engineered valving for improved ride and handling, and heavy-gauge calibrated springs that will help...
      Monotube internal designImproves ride and handling and helps maintain ride height when additional weight is loaded
      $27.35 - $108.03
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp7986
      Gas-Magnum™ RV Shock Absorbers by Monroe®. For trailers that have either a leaf spring suspension or a torsion axle suspension, Monroe manufactures the Retrofit Kit. Adding Monroe RV shocks reduces the bounce and wander of your...
      Twin-Tube internal designResists bushing walkout for longer service life
      $41.18 - $64.36
    • (1 review)
      # sp7987
      Gas-Magnum™ 65 Shock Absorbers by Monroe®. Gas-Magnum™ 65 shock absorber is the first gas-charged, large bore shock specifically designed for air spring and taper leaf suspensions. Its nitrogen gas charge provides the fast...
      Twin-Tube internal design"Self-lubricating" fluid seal designed to retain gas without excessive wear or friction
      $53.22 - $73.66

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