Gas Prop 20in 60lbs

Catalog Item # 49806

Replace your old lift supports with stronger gas props at a value price.

Use 2 to keep your cargo door open for ease of loading and unloading. Also use on RV beds, truck caps and more! Sold individually. Mounting brackets sold separately.

  • RV Designer Replacement Gas Prop
  • Replace your gas prop by matching its Length and Force as close as possible
  • Note: If there are 2 props, replace them both to keep door lift balanced

  • Technical Specifications

    Less than 1 lb.

    Camper's Choice Rating

    Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 3 reviews (5 Based on 3 Reviews)

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    replaced older 40lb. gas prop

    by Anonymous – November 20, 2013
    5 out of 5 stars

    Works really well, door stays open with ease.

    Great Gas Prop

    by John B – November 19, 2013
    5 out of 5 stars

    I measured the OAL = 20in, guessed at weight = 60lbs, but the number 2080 was on old, I didn't realize that 80 was what I needed

    Gas Prop 20in 60lbs

    by Hamp Phillips – November 20, 2013
    5 out of 5 stars

    Bought two for my bed. They installed easly and worked perfectly, no problems

    Using a swing up compartment door as an example. The smaller side of the prop is mounted to the compartment interior while the larger side of the prop is mounted to the door. This is considered a 'rod down' mount which is ideal for a majority of gas props/struts. The cylinder that houses the gas also uses a little bit of oil as lubricant for the piston inside, hence the downward mount.
    by Camping World – November 23, 2015
    If you are replacing old gas props, the model information can usually be researched or interpreted for specs to ease selection of a replacement prop. If you are trying to install gas prop(s) to a storage bin that have not had any before, you can use RV Designer's selecting a gas prop webpage for reference.
    by Camping World – August 26, 2015
    by Anonymous – May 15, 2015
    It depends on the design of the mount bracket the gas prop is connected to. Usually the bracket is a ball type mount, so you just need to use enough force to push/pull the gas prop off the bracket while making sure whatever the prop was holding will not fall/slam on you while doing the removal.
    by Camping World – July 09, 2015

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