The system is called ShockWave and it replaces the factory shock and coil springs with aluminum mono-tube shocks and sleeve style air-spring.
The ShockWave system offers seven inches of travel, adjustable spring rates, and the ability to level the vehicle when loaded and maintain a specific ride height. A control unit accessible in the cab can raise and lower the front or rear shocks at the push of a button.
With an MSRP of $3950 for the complete package, the ShockWave system doesn’t come cheap, but RideTech does make a more economical retro-fit package for $1,850 that retains the factory shock and replaces the coil spring with a sleeve style air spring.
For more information, visit http://www.ridetech.com.