And when it comes to big, there is nothing larger, stronger and more robust than the new Ironman 4×4 Foam Cell Pro range of shock absorbers. The Ironman 4×4 Foam Cell Pro range is designed to meet all the demands and challenges faced both on and off-road, loaded or unloaded while producing a superb ride.
4×4 Suspension Product Director, Kristian Ristell spent the last 2 years developing Ironman 4×4 Foam Cell Pro.
“We started from a blank sheet of paper and worked with 4×4 owners all over the world to produce a no compromise product”
“It was a huge project but I believe we now have a unique shock absorber that will be sought after worldwide and will be the envy of all other brands,” he said.
Through extensive research and development, Ironman 4×4 know that when it comes to 4×4 suspension performance, bigger is really better.
“The key to 4×4 shock performance is dissipating heat caused by suspension articulation and making sure the mounting points are big enough to cope with the stresses a 4×4 vehicle endures; on road, towing or off road in corrugations” he said.
“With more oil and a larger surface area, Ironman 4×4 Foam Cell Pro minimize heat buildup and maintain their ideal performance no matter what you throw at them,” Mr Ristell said.
Ironman 4×4 challenges 4×4 owners to compare Foam Cell Pro with all other brands. The Ironman 4×4 Foam Cell Pro features include
- 65-72mm outer body
- 45mm diameter piston
- 20mm chrome hardened piston rod
- 3mm exterior tube thickness
- 360 degree welded mounts
- Rebuildable design
- Threaded height adjustable strut spring seat
- Integrated bump stop (on applicable models)
- Single piece solid mounting base
- Solid one piece eye ring
- Twin Tube Construction
- Foam Cell Design
- 3 year / 60,000km Ironclad Warranty
Ironman 4×4 is one of Australia’s largest 4×4 suspension and accessory manufacturers and has been building 4×4 springs and shock absorbers for more than 60 years.
The Foam Cell Pro shock absorber range to rigorous accelerated testing. Undergoing 4 million compression & extension cycles over a 30 day period; non stop. This accelerated testing simulated over 50,000km of continuous driving on Australia’s harshest corrugations.