Attwood Springlift is one of the world's leading suppliers of gas springs. All are made with bio-degradable no hazard to water grade oil, making them the marine industry’s most environmentally friendly gas springs. All springs pass the tough Attwood Salt Spray and a 30,000 cycle life test. Attwood springs come with support to ensure the proper spring for your specific application.
To Find Your Attwood Springlift Gas Spring By Part Number
The most common approach to choosing a new Attwood gas spring is to simple use the part number of the old spring, even if it wasn't an Attwood SpringLift part - which may explain why you have to replace it!
Finding the part number
Part numbers are usually printed on the body of the old gas spring. They usually begin with a few letters including "SPD", "SL", "GSNI", "ML", or, in the case of less reputable manufacturers, "POS".
What is the purpose of a gas spring?
Gas springs contain both pressurized gas and liquid and are used as lifting mechanisms to support and maneuver heavy items and other external forces.
How do gas spring mounts work?
Gas springs consist of a precision rod attached to a piston, moving within a sealed cylinder containing pressurized nitrogen gas and oil.