Holes in the side of the bellows (or the bellows area that rolls over the piston a reversible sleeve bellows), can be caused by factors such as structural interferences, including a broken shock absorber, loose airline, misalignment, worn bushings, no air pressure, foreign material such as sand or rocks – or use of the wrong air spring.

Holes in the side of the bellows (or the bellows area that rolls over the piston a reversible sleeve bellows), can be caused by factors such as structural interferences, including a broken shock absorber, loose airline, misalignment, worn bushings, no air pressure, foreign material such as sand or rocks – or use of the wrong air spring.

Holes in the side of the bellows (or the bellows area that rolls over the piston a reversible sleeve bellows), can be caused by factors such as structural interferences, including a broken shock absorber, loose airline, misalignment, worn bushings, no air pressure, foreign material such as sand or rocks – or use of the wrong air spring.