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Original VAICO Quality, Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
VAICO
Original VAICO Quality, Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
V10-0442
£10.86
Art.No.:  10124479

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Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
ASHUKI
Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
T925-54
Fitting position:  Left and right
£12.81
Art.No.:  14256376

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Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
ASHUKI
Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
H925-11
Fitting position:  Rear
£12.80
Art.No.:  13384314

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Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
ASHUKI
Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
I925-15
Fitting position:  Left and right
£9.90
Art.No.:  13385226

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Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
FEBI BILSTEIN
Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
31657
Fitting position:  Left and right
£15.21
Art.No.:  10021829

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Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
FEBI BILSTEIN
Gas Spring, Boot-/Cargo Area Lid
34112
Fitting position:  Left and right
£10.59
Art.No.:  10023849

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Gas Springs for a Vehicle’s Boot

Most modern vehicles incorporate the use of gas struts or gas springs to lift the boot lid up and keep it open. If these springs on the boot are worn and there is a loss of pressure or resistance in the spring, it will no longer be able to stay open, or hold the boot lid open. This is when new gas springs need to be fitted to the vehicle. The first step to changing these springs is to search online and punch in the model, make and engine size of your vehicle, after which it can be determined quite easily which gas spring is required for your particular vehicle.

It all in the Gas Spring

Gas springs operate quite simply with a form of hydraulic pressure. When the boot lid is closed there is a build up of pressure within the spring and when the vehicle boot is opened, this pressure is released, allowing the spring to expand, and opening the boot and holding it open. Gas springs for the boot are usually not expensive to purchase and they are very easy to fit. They are usually secured with small clips that are easily removable and this makes the fitment of the new component very easy.

An Old Gas Spring can be Dangerous

Once a gas spring has lost its elasticity it can become very dangerous when opening the boot of the car. If the springs are not working properly, there is every possibility that the boot lid can fall onto the hands of the person opening the boot and cause severe bodily harm. A heavy boot lid with a worn gas spring can break an arm quite easily. So, be sure to change any gas spring that you find to be faulty.

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