A gas spring is a type of spring that, unlike a typical metal spring, uses a compressed gas, contained in a cylinder and variably compressed by a piston, to exert a force. Gas springs are used frequently in automobile construction, where they are commonly used to support the weight of vehicle doors while they are open.
Custom-engineered and manufactured to provide smooth operation and greater durability
Millions of vehicle owners rely on gas charged lift supports to lift and hold open boots, hatches, bonnets, and even glove boxes. When these fail, they must be replaced to restore convenience and safety. Max-Lift® gas charged lift supports are an exact replacement for worn original units.