Suspension Air Spring Toyota Land Cruiser Prado Lexus Toyota Gx460
48080-60010 Rear Right
|Type||Air suspension spring||GUOMAT NO.||506005|
|Position||Rear Right||Warranty||One year|
|Rubber type||Natural rubber||Place of origin||Guangzhou China(main land)|
|Manufacturer part NO.||48080-60010||Year|
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Shipping and packing
1. Normally, we will deliver the parts within 2-8 work days after
payment is received.
2. We always deliver the air spring by DHL, UPS,FEDEX and TNT .They
are all can very quickly to deliver the package to you. If the
package is large and heavy, we may send it by sea.
We will arrange it for you if you have no preference on the express
Shipping by Air: packed with strong carton box;
Shipping by Sea: wrapped with water-proof material,pallet and
wooden case will be used if necessary.
The purpose of air suspension is to provide a smooth, constant
quality of ride, but in some cases is used for sports suspension.
Modern electronically controlled systems in automobiles and light
trucks almost always feature self-level along with raising and
lowering functions. Although traditionally called air bags or air
bellows, the correct term is air spring (although these terms are
also used to describe just the rubber bellows element with its end
Is it possible to return a part if I do not want it?
Yes, of course .You can return a part as long as it is less than 30
days from the date of purchase or within 90 days for unused and
Does GUOMAT ship internationally?
Yes, GUOMAT ships many of its parts worldwide by DHL, UPS,FEDEX and
TNT or as customer’s require. You will not be required to add
payment information before seeing shipping method options.
International Shipping charges DO NOT include customs fees, import
taxes, brokerage fees, or duties. Please contact your local customs
office for more information on these costs.
How to know the right and left of the parts I need?
The right and left sides of an automobile are determined as if
sitting in the car facing forward. Thus, the left side is on the
left when sitting in the car facing forward, and the right side is
on the right. For American cars, the driver side is on the left,
and the passenger sits to the right of the driver. For cars in
Japan, Britain, Ireland, the Bahamas and some other former British
colonies -- where they drive on the left side of the road -- the
passenger sits on the left side, and the driver (along with all the
driving controls) is on the right.