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2011 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle

Firestone Vehicle Suspension

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Code:   F2550

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2011 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty - Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle

For safety and stability, air springs are the perfect partner for your rear suspension when you are hauling heavy loads. Springs reduce strain on your rear axle, keep your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty level, and adjust to load sizes for a consistently smooth ride.


Confirmed to fit your 2011 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty



Features:

  • Maximize safe load-carrying capacity, increase stability and improve ride quality
    • Install between your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty's frame and its rear suspension
  • Keep your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty level when you are hauling a heavy load
    • Improve steering control and braking when you are hauling or towing
    • Level your headlight beams
    • Reduce tire wear
  • Maintain even load distribution with air pressure, leveling off-center loads
    • Air bags adjust manually, side to side, with individual inflation valves
  • Reduce strain on rear suspension
    • Prevent permanent sagging and excessive friction in leaf springs
  • Increase stability
    • Absorb road shock for a smooth ride
    • Soften contact between axle and frame to prevent bottoming out
  • Provide maximum load support and durability with rubber construction and double-convoluted design
  • Include all materials necessary for installation
    • Brackets, air springs, hardware, air line and separate valves for manual inflation
    • Switches and gauges, compressors, and air tanks (sold separately) are available for quick and easy air spring inflation/deflation from inside your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Load-leveling capacity: at least 3,200 lbs (at most 5,000 lbs)
    • Ride-Rite springs will not increase your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty's weight-carrying capacity. Do not exceed the manufacturer's recommended weight limit.
  • Adjustable air pressure: 5 psi to 100 psi
  • Limited lifetime warranty on air springs
  • 2-Year limited warranty on hardware


Firestone Ride-Rite Air Spring Basics

Firestone Ride-Rite springs are designed to increase safety and reduce the strain on your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty when you are hauling heavy loads or towing a heavy trailer. The springs partner with your existing rear suspension system to help keep your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty level, maintain even load distribution and increase stability. Hauling heavy loads or towing a heavy trailer can make the rear of your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty sag and the front end rise. This puts more strain on your rear axle and reduces contact between your front tires and the road, causing problems with braking, steering control and traction. By adding air springs to your rear suspension, you can help to level your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty and improve braking and handling. The air springs also help to level your headlight beams and reduce wear on your tires.


Firestone Ride-Rite air spring airline installation

Adjustable Air Pressure

The air pressure in your Ride-Rite springs can be adjusted manually, side to side, to compensate for off-center loads. A centered load improves the stability of your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty by reducing body roll. The air springs will also help to absorb road shock and to soften contact between your axle and frame. This prevents bottoming out, thus improving ride comfort. Route the air line tubing for the springs to your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty's bumper to provide easy access to the manual inflation valves.


Firestone Ride-Ride air spring components

Air Spring Construction

Firestone's double-convoluted Ride-Rite air springs are designed to give you maximum load support and enhance the performance and ride comfort of your Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty. The rubber springs provide cushioning between your suspension components and operate at up to 100 psi. The springs have four layers of reinforced rubber to ensure durability and enhance load support. A braided wire girdle creates the double-convoluted shape of each air spring, increasing the burst pressure of the spring. The rubber springs are attached to corrosion-resistant metal end plates with a time-proven, rolled crimp seal that keeps the bags securely anchored.


Air Spring Installation

Each Ride-Rite kit includes custom-fit brackets that connect to your axle and frame. The brackets provide the mounting points for the air springs. Drilling may be required for some applications.



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Video of Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle


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Video Transcript for Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs Installation - 2011 Ford F-250

Today, on this 2011 Ford F250 were going to install part number F2550 from Firestone, your ride right 00:00:08 air helper springs. Well go ahead and air to the springs, and you can see how it goes up and down. Next, we will go ahead and take it for a road test and you can see how the air spring will work with the springs on the truck. All right, before we start the install were actually going to loosely assemble all the components for one side and show you how they all interact together. It is a little easier to see it this way than it is when its installed on the truck. Also, you want to note theres a small stub on the end of the air spring that it will go into, and we will show it here. Ill rotate it as it clicks into position.

Youll make your final decision on this once installed on the truck. One other thing about our vehicle today is that it has a gooseneck hitch already installed on it. Now, this will use of part of the hardware from the gooseneck hitch. What you want to do is make sure you get an okay from your manufacturer to install this part, and basically make sure that the bolt is long enough to attach the hitch and the new bracket from the air spring kit. First, well go ahead and remove the joint stop 00:01:31. Theres a nut on top. We will go ahead and remove that first, and then we can go ahead and take it down.

With that removed, we will go ahead and start loosening up the bolt for the gooseneck hitch. Once thats removed and loosened up, well go into your top bracket and get it ready to install. Well show that the spacer plate that goes between the bracket and the bottom of the frame, and also theres a bolt that goes through. This bolt will go through the bracket, through the spacer, and through the hole in the frame where the joint stop used to be. Then, a flat washer and a lock nut will go on top. Now, were going to loosely install our hardware for now.

Ill take one of the extra thick washers that come with the kit and run it over the hitch bolt. This washer should fit over the bracket going into the inside of the frame. Then well take the original fastener, reinstall it, and snug it down. We will also snug down the fastener on the bottom of the frame as well. Next, we will onto some pre-assembly onto the air spring. Well take the bottom bracket for the air spring and loosely attach it to the bottom 00:03:07 of the air spring using a threaded fitting at the very end.

Now that the holes divided in two, so once again, you may have to adjust this. Then we will compress it with our hands, and then install between the axel and the frame. The large threaded section will go through a hole in the upper bracket. Also, there will be a bar above the axel that the bottom bracket will sit on top of for now. All right, next, we will install a star washer that goes on top of the bracket, and goes to the larger threaded fitting, and then well install the nut on top of that. Well snug it down for now, and then also well snug down the air fitting that goes onto the top. Next, we will go ahead and install a bracket that goes between the bottom bracket and the axel, so that our bracket that sits on top of the axel will get four bolts and four lock nuts. Well loosely install them to hold its shape. There is a little bit of adjustment to this. Basically, you want the bolt on the bottom of the spring to be just above the bar thats above the axel, the closer the better. In this case, we had a little extra room. This will vary with the different types of suspensions on different trucks. Next, we will install the U-bolt that goes around the outside of the suspension U-bolts, and a lock nut, and thread it on as well. The lassige 00:04:52 is a strap that goes below the bottom of the axel. Well install two carriage bolts from the top down, and two locking nuts. At this point, it just is a good idea to take a final look at the assembly and make sure its sitting all in a straight line. Once again, due to suspension variations, it may not be in an exact perfect straight line, but as close as possible is what you want to aim for. Once were satisfied with the arrangement, well go ahead and tighten down all the nuts and bolts and then torque them down as specified in the instructions. One thing to note that the torque values are listed on top of the air springs, so you may want to take a look at it before you install both springs. All right, were done with our drivers side. Well go ahead and repeat the same process for the passenger side. One difference though is that since the exhaust is right next to that spring, well install the heat shield that goes between the top bracket and the top of the spring, so it will get sandwiched in there. Basically, its set together and moves around to protect it between the spring and the exhaust. Now, well go ahead and install our airline fittings on the bumper. Were going to install one on each side of the license plate area. Well go ahead and mark out where we want it, and then we will go ahead and drill it out. Were going to drill out to a 5/16th hole and install our air fitting. On the backside of the air fitting will get a stainless steel washer. We will slide it on through the hole from the inside to the outside, then another stainless steel washer, and then the nut. Put a wrench on the nut and spin it from the backside, and then tighten it down as best we can, as long as we dont crush the plastic. Were going to do one on each side. Next, well go ahead and run our airline tubing from our spring to our air fitting. We need to go ahead and add some of the protection for the tubing itself. The two black tubes are heat shielding for our airline tubing going onto the spring on the exhaust side. Now, well go ahead and take our tubing, and install into the spring. You want to make sure you have a square cut on the end, and then just go ahead and push into place. It will stop. Push in some more and then it will go all the way and snap into place. Starting on the drivers side, well cut off a fresh piece of end of the hose. Youll make this cut as square and as smooth as possible. This tubing cutter is also available as part number S9009. Its very easy to install the airline; basically, you just push it into the fitting. We have a spare fitting that we can show you how easy it is. Well just push it together as far as it goes, then pull back to lock it into place. All right, lets go ahead and do it underneath the truck. Well cut our airline to length and add to the fitting in the back of the bumper. Its also a good idea to put an extra loop in there in case you have to take it apart and redo the seal. Were completely done for our passenger side. Now well go ahead and work on our drivers side. Well go ahead and add air to the springs. Next, we will go ahead and take it for a road test and you can see how the air spring will work with the springs on the truck. All right, with that, that will finish it for our install of part number F2550 from Firestone, on our 2011 Ford F250. .


Customer Reviews

Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle - F2550

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (209 Customer Reviews)


For safety and stability, air springs are the perfect partner for your rear suspension when you are hauling heavy loads. Springs reduce strain on your rear axle, keep your vehicle level, and adjust to load sizes for a consistently smooth ride.


- F2550

by: Dave08/22/2015

2009 Ford F-250


Installed on a 2009 F-250 SD. Installation was difficult. Only because I didn't have access to a lift. Product is well built. It provides the rear suspension support I was looking for. Added bonus is my 3/4 ton rides smoother now. I pull a 35 foot travel trailer and a golf cart in the bed of my truck. I noticed the added weight of the cart was lowering the back end of my truck and affecting the steering. Not much, but enough where I needed to do something. There was one problem with the instructions/diagram. When assembling the bottom bracket pieces, the diagram showed the bolt heads on the outside. I had to reverse them in order to clear the jounce stop to get proper alignment with the top bracket. See photos. I also found a leak on one of the connections on top of the drivers side air spring. I pressured both springs to 40 pounds and let sit over night. There was a 20 pound drop on drivers side the next morning. I applied a kids bubble solution with a syringe ( works great) to find the leak. since there is sealer on the threads, I just gave it about 3/4 turn. Problem solved. Overall, I think this is a great product which I would recommend. 221059



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by: Gordon M.05/19/2015

Ford F-250


My airbags showed up quickly and I installed them as soon as I got home. I spent about 3 hrs to install them, the instructions are alright, could be a little better. I have a gas F-250 and installed the air valves in behind the fuel door which makes them very easy to fill of deflate. I put 20lbs of air in them and they lifted the back end 1 3/4" with the truck empty. Going to be pulling the fver this weekend, looking forward to see how much air I need to put in them with a load and see how they perform. 194451


Comments

They are still performing great, only issue I had with them was I had to replace the valve stem cores right away as they started leaking.

Gordon M - 05/26/2016

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- F2550

by: Todd Ford09/25/2014

2009 Ford F-250 Super Duty


I put the load levelers on a 2008 F250 SuperDuty (diesel). It took me about 4 hours per side, on the grass with no lift or power tools. I could probably do it in two hours per side the next time. The instructions are terse, but correct - the 2011 Ford F250 video was very helpful and resolve all my questions except for one. The bladder(s) have an forward/rearward bracket positioning option constituted by two positioning nubs on the bladder top, and 2 mounting bolt holes on the bladder bottom. I was confused by the positioning option until I actually tested bladder positioning on the installed brackets - the brackets don't line up exactly, so the positioning option was actually a good thing. You have to choose forward or readward depending on how your brackets line up. If your brackets line up perfectly then you still have to choose. I used the levelers on a couple of heavy trailers on fairly long hauls and they work as I expect them to - they: are easy to inflate/deflate, keep my bed level and support a heavy load, and keep my headlights out of everyones eyes. 152985



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by: Mac s.03/29/2015

2008 Ford F-250


Put on 2008 f250. With a B&W turnover ball. Had to remove one bolt on both side of B &W to mount top bracket then replace with new bolts in kit No big deal. Put both sides on and ran the air lines in less than 2 hours. Had a leak on driver side. It was where I didn't cut the air line straight. Recut air line and that fixed the problem. I would recommend this to anyone. 181344



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by: Steve03/18/2013

Ford F-250


Installation was pretty easy. About 2 1/2 hours to install when reading instructions. Installed on F250 for towing 10,000 max load car hauler. We'll see how it goes. 71331



- F2550

by: Jim F.08/25/2015


The product is high quality. The components are heavy duty, well made and fit together properly. Just beware, this is a time consuming installation that requires lying on your back on a creeper for several hours and doing work requiring some arm strength over your head. If I were doing it again, the kit would go to my mechanic and the young guys would do it with the truck on a lift. Also, removing the jounce bumper on the four wheel drive truck was very difficult. The nut was well corroded on the bolt and it is in a nearly inaccessible position. I ended up using a sawzall with a metal cutting blade to remove them and that wasn't easy. After about seven hours of hard labor flat on my back, the job is done and I am satisfied with the results. 221540



- F2550

by: Danny05/10/2016


I bought these for my 2002 Ford F-350 Crewcab DRW. I pull a 40' fifth wheel with 2200 lb toungue weight. Previously it was slightly below level and touching the overloads which was not a show stopper. Now pulling same trailer, this truck sits level with only 38 lbs of air. With the truck level, headlights are striking where they should at night and I can seriously tell the difference in the smooth ride, especially when entering and exiting concrete overpasses. I am totally impressed with these air springs and would recommend them to anyone that is interested in pulling loads and keeping your tow vehicle level which means safer for a better control. 249678



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by: Carson C03/04/2016


Super fast shipping to Amarillo TX. I'm 53 yr old fairly mechanically abled person... Installed on a 2001 F250 4x4 diesel with Fifth wheel hitch and goose neck ball plate. Did it in my home shop with a floor jack and jack stands. Took me about 4 hours and 4 beers and I installed new shocks on all 4 corners. Excellent product and fairly easy installation. Had to ream out the 3/4 inch hole in frame rail since I had a goose neck plate. Really impressed with how it went together. Can't wait to hook on to my 14000 # fifth wheel and give it a yank... I watched the video first and that helped a lot. Good luck! Cheers, 239632



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by: Alan M.03/17/2015


The Firestone F2550 Air Helper springs were received just in time for weekend installation. The kit was fairly easy to install. The installation instructions were well written and easy to follow. Along with videos on the website the installation went well. The air helper springs perform as advertised. I am very satisfied with the product. 179274



- F2550

by: Terry S06/08/2015


Easy to install, fit perfect with my 5th wheel hitch. My camper weighs 14000 lbs, hitch weight is 3000 lbs. It takes 85 lbs of air to raise my truck to standard driving height. Definitely a better ride. Thanks E trailer, Melinda, you were very helpful in helping me making the right decision for lifting air springs. 201678



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by: Jimmy C03/03/2016


The product was easy to install and works perfectly. Etrailers customer service was excellent also, a part was missing from the initial package and etrailer shipped the missing piece right way. I will definitely do business with etrailer again Jimmy C 239397



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by: Daryl A.03/14/2014


Very good overall rating. The instructions a pretty lengthy considering the little amount of info they contained. Would have been much simpler if the three categories of installation instructions weren't mixed together. 120745



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by: John D07/05/2013


I am happy with product and performance, but the instructions we vague with confusing drawings and lack of dimensions when needed. If the instructions were well written, then install would have been half as long. 87821



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by: Doug P03/10/2015


I have not yet installed these, but I can say the staff at ETrailer was extremely helpful and the product arrived sooner than I expected. A great company to deal with, so far. Doug P 177743



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by: matt06/11/2016


I've installed several of these now. No problems and a must have for heavy towing. Not only can you prevent rear end sag, but the ride is much better. 260170



- F2550

by: Les B12/06/2012


Great turn around time from order placement In fact so fast I havent had time to install 60794



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by: Charles05/04/2016


installed and works real will , works great with the fifth wheel 248365



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by: MIKE G02/02/2015


Fit great! Delivery was very prompt, Th anks 172203



- F2550

by: Steve01/06/2015


Great product. Easy installation 167886



- F2286

by: William S.03/30/2014

2005 Dodge Ram 1500

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


I recieved my air bags a couple of days ago. They were super fast with delivery and everything was accounted for. Installed it myself on my 2005 ram 1500 4x4. Took around four hours. Simple instructions to understand. As soon as I completed the installation I hooked up a heavy gooseneck trailer and with jus ten lbs. of air it leveled the trailer and never dropped and inch more. Even when loading a horse into the front of it. I I havent pulled the gooseneck yet put pulled a bumper trailer and it handled well... even with out a load I can tell the difference with them on... very well made product and would recommend to anyone. Very satisfied customer right here. 122885


Comments

I really like the product. I have hauled a gooseneck several times in the past year with five horses in it and it performed well beyond my expectations. Very pleased.

William S - 04/06/2015

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by: F1Joe09/10/2014

2004 Dodge Ram 3500

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


The product engineering is great, everything fit perfectly! It was easy to install especially after watching the video on etrailer.com, I hardly had to look at the printed instructions. So far the noise level when unloaded has decreased significantly, and when loaded with a 10k fifth wheel, it has smoothed out the constant push/pull bounce I usually got from the stiff springs. I should note that I have a 2004 Dodge 3500 and I took my factory overload springs off and used this kit to replace it. The factory overload springs would "slap" on the upper supports at times and that is the noise that was eliminated. Now the extra load is on the air bags and that has smoothed out the loaded ride. I only have to run 10 lbs. of air level the truck with the 1300 lb. pin weight. etrailer.com is a good company to purchase this product from, while I didn't need to call customer support, the shipping was super quick even when I ordered on the holiday weekend! Thanks! 150626



- F2299

by: Martin-Hutchinson, KS12/07/2014

2011 Dodge Ram 2500

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


I purchased an air bag suspension system (F2299) and a front hitch (65063) for my truck. Installation of the air bag suspension system was very simple and quick by following the video (excellent aid by the way; I praise e-Trailer to continue including installation videos, it helps a lot). I barely glanced at the instructions, and was just to ensure the order was completed (even though I never received orders with missing/defective parts from e-trailer). I am not in a any way a weekend mechanic or nothing similar, just an average car-truck owner with a bare minimum tools in my shed. Front Hitch installation was very simple too, even though I had to remove front grill to gain easy access to remove or fasten top bolts. Installed both parts in my 2011 Ram 2500 4x4. I'm just waiting the moment to hit the road towing a 34 ft camper to see how it handles. shipping, technical and sales services have been excellent over the years I've been buying from e-Trailer. 163526



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by: Bill B.04/03/2012

2011 Chevy Silverado 1500

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Finally got a break in the rain yesterday so I installed the Firestone Ride-Rite air bags on my 2011 Chevy Silverado 1500 4WD. Took about 4.5 hrs to install. My only problem was finding the correct way to remove the jounce bumpers from my truck. Directions state to simply unbolt them, but it took me awhile to figure out that the correct socket was a 10mm since you can't see or feel the bolt. The perfect setup to remove them is a deep well 10mm socket with a universal joint to get the right depth. After that the directions were right on and everthing went together nicely. I used a tubing cutter for the air lines and had no leaks. This is my second truck with air bags and I find them very useful in keeping the truck level and reducing sway while towing a 5th wheel trailer. 36071


Comments

Great tip. Im getting ready to install mine and would have had to figure this out. Thanks.

comment by: Jeremy B - 12/03/2014


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- F2528

by: Shawn P.08/22/2012

2012 Chevy Silverado

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Simple to install, took my time, the brackets of my 5th wheel did not prevent me from installing it, there was room between the custom bracket and my frame, so if you have a Silverado 2012 with custom brackets check to see if you have nearly 1/2 an inch clearance, than you can use this item. Suggestion to etrailer, re-box the item, reinforce the box to ensure that the box and items are not mangled in shipment. the box was a mess, had been re-taped some time along the shipment line, freaked me out where I had to inventory everything and really check for damage, especially the hose, part of it was not serviceable and I had to ensure that I did not use that section which was right in the middle of the hose. Other than that, I am happy with it. 52628



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by: Jan S.07/10/2014

2009 Chevy Silverado 2500 HD

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Packaging of this product was fine, and delivery was on time. Pricing very competitive with other internet providers. Etrailer support is as expected....very good. I and my neighbor installed this air bags in my 2009 Silverado 2500 HD Diesel to give me greater support while pulling my fifth wheel trailer (with a tongue weight of 2300 lb). Install took us about 3 hours to complete, with no problems what so ever (not even a leak in the air lines...which I worried about...cut them carefully with a razor knife). After the install and air test, I hooked up my fifth wheel and was pleasantly surprised how the ride improved. Would recommend this product. I put 30 psi in the bags and the results on the suspension we outstanding! 140486



- F2445

by: Ryan B.08/07/2012

2011 Toyota Tundra

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


I purchased the helper springs for my 2011 Toyota Tundra for leveling the truck while towing. It took me about 3 hours to install the helper springs and they work great. I attached a photo of my truck with my VW on a U-Haul to show how the helper springs kept the load level with about 50 psi in each helper spring. I pulled the VW a little over 2000 miles, from WI to WA, and never needed to add air (the photo was half-way through the trip). Unloaded, I keep about 5 to 10 psi in the helper springs and the ride is still very smooth. 50874



- F2299

by: Bruce M03/18/2014

Dodge Ram

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


I installed this kit on a Ram 350 in less than 1 hour on the garage floor. I also purchased the compressor kit but that took a little longer to install. It works great. 121224


Comments

etrailer was easy to work with and the products are great

Bruce M - 03/18/2015

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- F2286

by: Eric S12/22/2014

2006 Dodge Ram 1500

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Kit arrived within three days of order. Installed on 2006 Dodge Ram 1500. Everything installed just as the instructions indicated. My only problem was trying to remove the original frame bolts that held the rubber frame bumper. The bolts were rusted so bad, two of them snapped off while trying to remove. I was able to ease the remaining two off. Inserted two new bolts, then tack welded the new mount to the frame on the side of the busted bolts. Great product so far, will test with a full load this weekend. I pull an enclosed trailer and need the additional support. 166553



- F2430

by: Bubba K05/26/2013

Audi TT

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Easy to install. It took longer to run the air lines than it did to install the bags. The way Firestone packages this kit needs some help as I had to paint the brackets as they were chipped and didn't want to worry about rust. Some of this is due to my OCD. I can see where they are going to work well as just a few LBS of pressure changes the ride height on my truck with no load. I have not towed with them yet but am sure they are going to be perfect for the application of towing my TT and a better ride. Not only that, but taking some of the strain off the stock springs. 81999



- F2445

by: Eddy M.10/09/2014

2014 Toyota Tundra

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Product was in good shape when it arrived. Instructions were easy to follow. Put 2014 Toyota Tundra on a 2 post lift. Cut off my bumper pads on springs with a sawzall and mounted lower bracket. Tightened it with 3/8 dewalt impact. Next we set the bags in place and started the lower bolt. We then drilled the 2 holes in rear bumper and mounted air chucks. Then we lowered truck and started top of bag thru hole and the lowered to top bracket. Tightened bolts and nuts. Installed sit hoses. Inflated to 5psi. Very easy. 1.5 hours total. Easy to install. Ride stayed the same. 155412



- F2299

by: Justin10/22/2015

2007 Dodge 2500

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


2007 Dodge 2500 Mega Cab. Great product. Extremely easy installation. Instructions provided by Firestone were terrible and not really helpful at all. Basically they said, "Assemble the air helper spring. Now install the air helper Spring". Well no shit Sherlock. However, there is a great step-by-step video on youtube posted by the folks at etrailer.com that was extremely helpful. Start to finish install was less than 1 hour. All you need for tools are 13, 14, 15 mm wrenches, 13, 14, 15 mm and 1 1/8" socket, a drill, knife, and 5/16" drill bit. 230529



- F2250

by: Marvin J02/16/2011

2010 Chevy Silverado 2500HD

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Was concerned if thls kit would fit a 2010 Silverado 2500 HD Quad cab with 6.5 ft. bed with a B&W fifth wheel turn over ball hitch. It took me 2.5 hours and every thing fit perfect. No problem with the instructions dead on, and the only holes I had to drill was in the rear bumper for the air fittings. Have had them on since November no air leaks or problems. This make my truck ride excellent with my toy hauler and other gooseneck trailer I have. Alot cheeper than a air pin box and does the same thing,no more chucking and bouncing. thanks 7291



- F2528

by: Hank G10/11/2014

2015 Chevy 3500HD Duramax

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


I ordered a set of Firestone air bags (springs) and Torklift camper tiedowns for my new Chevy 3500HD Duramax. I had both on an older truck that was just traded. I put the last set on myself, but this time hired a mechanic (ain't gettin' any younger!). Anyway, the shipment was both prompt and correct. Both items were correctly engineered for this 2015 model truck. Installation was no problem for the pro, and I'm very happy. The airbags are hard to beat for heavy loads, and Torklift makes super tiedowns. 155610



- F2430

by: John Masters11/09/2013

2010 GMC Sierra

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


My 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 4X4 has a leveling kit on it. It looks great until I hook up to a trailer and the rear end lowers making it look like I'm driving uphill all the time. Because of this I ordered Firestones RideRite air bags. So far I really like them. They keep the truck nice and level even under a load. Time will tell if the air is gonna bleed off over time. I wish etrailer sold this kit with a compressor as well so you could adjust the bags at the push of a button. I may have to buy one and try it! 106863



- F2528

by: Craig09/04/2015

2015 Chevy Silverado

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Product is well engineered but difficult to install doing to the limited room. The disc that goes into the joust bumper holder needs to be looked at. the joust holder has a radiused upper edge while the disc has a square corner. a radius had to be ground on the upper edge of the disc to get it to fit. Other than this all parts fit well, brackets lined up. Kit was put on a 2015 silverado 2500hd 6.6 liter duramax. definitely a 2 man job due to the limited access. overall a good product 224103



- F2430

by: Dana D.07/16/2014

2008 Chevy Silverado 1500

Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


2008 Chevy 1500. Using to assist with hauling travel trailer. Product shipped quickly and arrived on time. Poorly written instructions but easily installed once I was able to sort out the installation process. Very heavy duty material. Vehicle drove great after installation. Cant wait to put it to the test with a load. Note that the reference pictures on the website are of an older design. The mounting brackets have been redesigned and probably easier installation now. 141466



- F2245

by: Scott E.03/11/2014

2003 Toyota Tundra

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Very pleased with the product. An installation caveat: For the placement of the inflation valves (per the instruction example), be aware that the 2003 Tundra Ltd bumper has a plastic cowling that is part of the bumper but separated from the metal part by ~0.25". This plastic requires an ~1.25" opening to reach the valve (attached to the metal) with an air chuck. An alternative is to reassess the location of the inflation valves before drilling the 5/16" holes. 120214



- F2299

by: Don Olson05/22/2012

2012 Dodge Ram

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Etrailer did a wonderful job. The installation was a breeze once I had the right bracket. Turns out that the bracket on the drivers side needed to be different (2012 Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie) and a call to Firestone got me that bracket. Installation about 1.5hrs with modest hand tools. 41289


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Im having the same problem with driver side install. Brake line in the way and bracket does not fit. Am talking to Firestone but no luck yet. Can anyone help??

comment by: Maureen W - 04/23/2013


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Let us know the year, make and model of your truck and we can follow up with you. You are using F2299 kit, correct?

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- F2430

by: Tom A.01/10/2014

2014 Chevy Silverado 1500

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This is my first set of Firestone air shocks - my last set were made by Air Lift, which I used for about 10 years and really liked. It took me about 2 hours to install these air shocks on my 2014 Chevy 1500 4x4 but I could see it taking less time for someone with more mechanical experience. I haven't tried towing with these shocks yet but I like the quality and fit. I may add an update once I tow something heavy with them inflated. 112435



- F2250

by: Roy P.07/09/2014

2009 GMC 2500HD Duramax

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I installed the Firestone Air Ride on my 2009 Chevy 2500 HD Duramax. I am towing a horse trailer with LQ and felt like I needed the extra support. I installed them myself and it took about 3 hours. Going to try them out this weekend. etrailer is the best. They have excellent customer service and I would order from them again. 140441



- F2407

by: Steve C.09/01/2015

2013 Toyota Tacoma TRD

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Just finished installing the Ride Rites on my 2013 Tacoma TRD double cab. I watched the etrailer "how to" video first which was a great help! Everything went together easily with no surprises or conflicts and the quality is first rate. I am looking forward to a smoother ride towing my 18ft travel trailer. 223404



- F2528

by: Stacey07/15/2015

2013 Dodge Ram 2500HD

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The air bags installed easily after reviewing the installation video, just so everyone knows these were installed on a 2013 2500 HD with a B&W Gooseneck hitch already installed. They went on with no issues, there is room between the brackets for the Gooseneck hitch and the frame for the air bag brackets. 211910



- F2445

by: Brad R09/11/2012

2008 Toyota Tundra

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Easy to install, less than an hour to install. A couple of wrenches and a knife and you are good to go. No holes to drill in my 2008 Tundra Crewmax. Pulled a 9k 5th wheel camper with them and the truck was stable using about 20lbs of pressure, truck barely dropped when we connected the camper. 54342



- F2445

by: Brad D.07/30/2012

Toyota Tundra

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This product showed up and packaged as described. Installation was fairly simple and completely explained in the instructions. It took about two hours. The filler valves are a little fragile. Definitely makes pulling my 27' RV a lot less stressfull. 49787



- F2250

by: cdave08/25/2015

2009 Chevy Silverado 3500 Duramax

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Pretty easy to install. Instructions could be better. As usual, the next time would take half the time. 2009 3500 single axle Silverado duramax now seems to ride better without load. Will check it out under load soon. Would recommend 221562



- F2430

by: Don04/27/2012

2012 GMC Sierra

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Received and installed. Even a cave man can do it.I used these on my 2008 Silverado and they worked great so I just put them on my 2012 Sierra.I like these because they mount on the inside of the leaf springs in the bump mount area. 38556



- F2299

by: Wayne S.09/29/2015

2004 Dodge Ram 2500

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I installed these air bags myself, it was very simple. They went on a 2004 Dodge Ram 2500. They work perfect and really helps support the weight of our fifth wheel. I highly recommend air bags for anyone hauling heavy loads. 228283



- F2071

by: Dennis Clifton10/07/2014

1999 Dodge Ram 2500

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Fit my 1999 Dodge 2500 perfectly, lifted my camper 3 inches with nice soft, stable ride, solved overloaded spring problem. Be careful inserting air lines into fittings...they don't easily release and we messed one up. 155156



- F2250

by: Dink B.08/31/2012

2005 Chevy Silverado

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Excellant product. No mods needed on my 05 Silverado 2500HD. Took about 2 1/2 hours total in my driveway. Springs are very strong. They will pick the truck up while hooked to a camper. I am more than satisfied!! 53646



- F2299

by: paul s09/11/2012

2008 Dodge

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this kit was super easy to install on my 08 dodge and the only problem was one of the inflation valves was missing the guts and am waiting for the replacement from firestone 54377

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  • The B&W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, # BWGNRK1108-5W, mounts to the outside of the frame on the 2008 Ford F-350. The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, # F2550, mount to the inside of the frame so these air bags can be used in conjunction with the B&W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, # BWGNRK1108-5W. The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, # F2452, install in the same location as the mounting brackets for the B&W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch, # BWGNRK1108-5W. Since...
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  • The best way to reduce the sag on your 2012 Ford F-250 when towing your fifth wheel trailer is to add a rear suspension enhancement system. The two most common types of rear suspension enhancement systems are air bag systems and rubber spring systems. The rubber spring systems like the SumoSprings and the Timbren Springs, # TFR250SDG, are typically more economical than an air bag kit like the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Springs, # F2550. The Timbren springs and the Ride-Rite kit that I mentioned...
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  • Fifth Wheel Bracket Kit Recommendation for a 2012 Ford F-250 and Air Suspension
  • We do offer just the part # C16424. This is the bracket kit without the rails. For a Firestone air suspension kit designed to work with fifth wheel rails you would want the part # F2535 if you have a diesel engine or part # F2550 if you have a gas engine.
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  • For your 2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty 2WD, I would recommend installing the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, # F2550. There is not much of a difference between the Ride-Rite Kits, # F2550, that I recommended and # F2484 that you referenced, but the brackets that are included with the # F2550 springs are compatible with fifth wheel and gooseneck trailer hitches. It may not seem that important now if you do not have a gooseneck or fifth wheel hitch, but the # F2550 air springs will...
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  • I checked with Firestone and they now recommend the Ride Rite kit part # F2550 for the 2000 Ford F-350 4WD. They state that this kit is compatible with fifth wheel and gooseneck rail kits. The brackets install on the inboard side of the truck frame whereas the # BWGNRK1108 you have installed in your truck is mainly on the outside of the truck frame
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  • Heat Shield Makes Contact with Exhaust Pipe with Firestone Air Bags Installed on 2011 Ford F-250
  • If your 2011 Ford F-250 has Firestone Ride-Rite system # F2550 then take a look at the instructions and the video I have linked. This should be able to tell you if your system was installed incorrectly or not. The heat shield will be used on this system on the exhaust side only and it is supposed to be placed between the upper bracket and the top of the Firestone spring. It sounds like it might be a little out of position. In some cases you can bend or trim a heat shield without having...
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  • Comparing Timbren and Firestone Suspension Enhancement for a 2003 Ford F-250
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  • Recommended Air Helper Spring Options for Lifted 2001 Ford F250
  • I'd recommend the Firestone Ride Rite Air Helper Spring Kit, part # F2484, unless you have a gooseneck or fifth wheel hitch, in which case the # F2550 would be a better choice. You'll need either the # F2375 6 inch or # F2371 4 inch spacer kit, depending on the amount you're truck has been lifted. You might also be interested in an on-board compressor system like part # F2158 for the standard-duty or # F2097 for the heavy duty compressor. A compressor system would allow you to adjust...
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  • Fit of Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs with B&W Turnover Ball Hitch on 2008 Ford F250
  • The Firestone Ride-Rite # F2550 is compatible with fifth wheel or gooseneck hitches, including your B & W Turnover Ball. I've confirmed this with Firestone for you. You might also be interested in an on-board compressor system like part # F2158. A compressor system would allow you to add or remove air pressure from the air bag helper springs from your truck cab with the touch of a button. I've linked you to some install videos and FAQ articles that you might find helpful.
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  • Fit of Firestone # F2535 Ride Rite Air Helper Springs on 2015 Ford F350
  • Is it possible that your 2013 F250 was a Diesel and your 2015 F350 has a gas engine? If that's the case, it would explain the difficulties you're having. The # F2535 is intended for Diesel engine vehicles, while the # F2550 is for Gas engines. The only difference between the two kits is the brackets. To fit the # F2535 to your 2015 F350, you'd need a new bracket for the driver's side, part # F5572.
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  • Rear Suspension Enhancement System for a 2000 Ford F-250 4x4 Towing Gooseneck Trailer
  • The best rear suspension enhancement product for your 2000 Ford F-250 is going to depend on a couple things. First, how your gooseneck hitch is attached to the frame of your truck and second, whether you prefer adjustable air springs or fixed rubber springs. For an air spring system, I recommend installing the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, # F2550, that you referenced. This system is compatible with most gooseneck and fifth wheel hitches and have been tested for up to 5,000...
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  • Are Air Springs or Helper Springs Better For Sag When Towing a 5th Wheel With a 2008 Ford F-250
  • The decision between an air ride system or helper springs should be made based on how you will be using your 2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty. Air bags are a good option if you tow your fifth wheel trailer occasionally and do a lot of hauling with varying load weights. I would recommend using the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, # F2550, as these air bags will work with a fifth hitch installed in your truck bed. Air springs should be manually adjusted for each load using an air compressor....
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  • Will Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs # F2550 Fit 2008 Ford F-250 4WD With Fifth Wheel Hitch
  • The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, part # F2550, will fit your 2008 Ford F-250 4WD if you are using the Reese Quick-Install Custom Base Rails and Installation Kit, part # RP50082-58 for your fifth wheel hitch. The Reese install kit includes the Reese Custom Brackets, part # RP50082, that will install on the outside of the frame rails and has a square hole located in the center of the bracket that is where the top mounting bracket of the Firestone kit will install. The Firestone...
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  • Recommended Suspension Enhancement for 2011 Ford F250 Towing 14K 5th Wheel
  • If in addition to towing a fifth wheel, you also regularly haul loads of varying weights in your truck bed, an air bag system like the Firestone Ride-Rite # F2550 would be a good choice, because you can vary the air pressure according to the load being applied to the truck bed. If you will be primarily towing with the truck, and therefore the amount of load applied to the bed (in this case, the pin weight of the fifth wheel) will not vary much, the Timbren # FR250SDG system you mentioned...
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  • How To Raise Ride Height of Fifth Wheel If the Axle Cant Be Flipped
  • Since the axle cannot be flipped, there's not too many other options, I'm afraid. You can have taller spring hangers installed on the 5th wheel, but a 2 inch taller spring hanger won't necessarily translate into a 2 inch gain in height. The Ford bed sides are taller than GM or Ram, and if your truck is lifted at all, it will further compound the problem. If you have enough clearance, you might be able to go up in wheel diameter by 1or 2 inches or so, and combined with taller hangers...
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  • Will Timbren or Firestone Ride Rites Work Better on a 2013 Ford F-250 Carrying Camper and Trailer
  • When choosing between the Timbren # TFR250SDG and Ride-Rite # F2550 rear suspension system for your 2013 Ford F-250, I recommend using the Timbren for a couple of reasons. The main reason that I would choose the Timbrens over the Ride-Rite is because you have a camper that weighs approximately 2200 lbs and the Ride-Rites handle between 3200 and 5000 lbs. The Timbrens activate whenever a load is encountered and stabilize that load accordingly. The Timbrens have a 6,000 lb weight...
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  • Will Installed Air Bags Interfere With Installation Of Fifth Wheel On 2001 Ford F-250 Or F-350
  • I spoke with my contact at Firestone about your 2001 Ford F-250 or F-350. Since we have a couple of air bag systems manufactured by Firestone I asked if there would be any interference when installing a fifth-wheel hitch and using the custom brackets like part # RP50082-58. My contact at Firestone said that if you have an air bag system like the # F2550 installed on your truck, they would not interfere with a fifth wheel installation because the brackets for the air bag system are installed...
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  • Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for a 2001 Ford F-350 with Overload Springs
  • Suspension enhancement systems like the Firestone, # F2550, are meant to supplement existing suspension on a vehicle, but should not be used to replace any factory suspension components. What I recommend is using a Timbren system, # TFR350SDE. This system will work to provide a more comfortable ride while taking some stress off of the factory system. It will fit on trucks with or without overload springs, and fits 2 or 4 wheel drive models. I have included a link to the installation...
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  • Do You Add Air to Firestone Air Bags Before Adding the Load or After
  • When using Firestone air bag helper springs # F2550 you will first couple your 5th wheel trailer like normal. Then you would add air to level the back of the truck up to 100 psi, whichever comes first. If you want to add an onboard compressor system so you can add/remove air from the air bags from the comfort of the truck cab I recommend Level Command kit with heavy-duty compressor # F2097. I have included a couple of helpful links for you as well. When leveling the truck you do want...
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  • Recommended Underbed Gooseneck Hitch and Air Bags for a 2001 F-350 Dually Crew Cab Diesel 4x4
  • I recommend the Curt gooseneck hitch # C60720 for your 2001 F350 Crew Cab. This underbed gooseneck hitch has a 30,000 pound GTW and 7,500 pound tongue weight. I recommend Firestone rear air helper springs # F2550 as they will increase safety and reduce the strain on your Ford F-350 Crew Cab when you are hauling heavy loads or towing a heavy trailer. Furthermore, the gooseneck hitch # C60720 and air helper springs # F2550 will co-exist fine together. I included a couple FAQ's and...
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  • Firestone Air Bags for a 2016 Ford F-250 4x4 Long Bed with 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • Yes! The Firestone Ride-Rite air bags # F2550 will fit your 2016 Ford F-250 4x4 long bed with 5th wheel trailer hitch installed. I have included a link to a video showing an example installation for you. We do also have wireless compressor systems you could use such as Air Command system # F2540. This is a dual path system so you can level the bed side to side as needed when towing or carrying loads in the bed. I have linked a video showing an installation of this kit as well.
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  • Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for a 2001 Ford F-250 with 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch
  • Both the # RP50043 brackets and the Firestone brackets # F2550 for your 2001 Ford F-250 install on the inboard side of the vehicle frame rails so they cannot be installed at the same time. What I recommend is a Timbren system, # TFR250SDE, that installs on the bottom of the frame rail and will not interfere. I have included some instructional links for you to view. This system will work well for towing a 5th wheel trailer and they will not affect the non-loaded ride of the vehicle....
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  • Compatibility of Firestone Air Helper Spring Kit # F2550 on 2004 Ford F250 with 5th Wheel Hitch
  • According to our friends at Firestone, the Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs you mentioned, part # F2550 are indeed compatible with a fifth wheel or gooseneck hitch installed on a 2004 F250. The Reese fifth wheel install brackets you mentioned part # RP50082-58 would not interfere with the installation or operation of the helper spring kit.
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  • Will Firestone Air Helper Springs, # F2550, Fit A 2002 Ford F350 With Under The Bed Gooseneck Hitch
  • The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Rear Kit, # F2550, are designed to be installed on the inside of the frame rails on your 2002 Ford F350. This part number is listed for trucks with In Bed Hitch. If the Hide-A-Way gooseneck hitch on your truck is installed on the outside of the frame rails, and there are no brackets on the inside of the frame rails to interfere with the air springs, then this part number will work on your truck. The air helper springs are a bolt on application,...
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  • Will Firestone Ride-Rite System Install With Reese Custom Brackets on a 2012 Ford F-350 Super Duty
  • We do have a rear suspension enhancement system that is confirmed to work with your Reese 50073-58 custom brackets and rails on your 2012 Ford F-350 Super Duty, however, I cannot guarantee that the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs, # F2550, will fit because the Reese custom brackets cover the hole in the frame rail that the upper bracket from the air bag uses to install as you mentioned. The Ride-Rite air bags are compatible with the Reese universal brackets and the Elite Series...
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  • Will Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit F2550 Fit 2013 Ford F-250 with B and W Gooseneck Trailer Hitch
  • The B and W Turnover gooseneck hitch for the 2013 Ford F-250, # BWGNRK1111, has brackets that mount to the outsides of the frame rails on the truck. Firestone air bags # F2550 uses brackets that mount on the insides of the frame rails and require a bolt that goes through the frame to the outside. The B and W brackets also use this same hole and it is permissible to install the air bag using this same mounting hole and one bolt to secure the center part of the hitch bracket and the air...
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  • Can Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs be Used With Reese Custom Install 5th Wheel Bracket
  • The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs # F2550 in conjunction with the Reese Quick-Install Custom Brackets # RP50082 should be able to be installed without interference. The mounting brackets for the Firestone Ride-Rite # F2550 attach to inboard side of your 2003 Ford truck frame. The Reese Custom Brackets # RP50082 mount to the outboard of your 2003 Ford truck frame. The Reese Custom Bracket has a square hole in the center of the bracket and this should line up on to the hole...
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