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Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs Installation - 2010 Toyota RAV4
Today on this 2010 Toyota Rav4 we're going to install part number F4174. This is the Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs. Before we do our install we'll go ahead and get a quick measurement of the height of our vehicle. We're looking at about thirty-one and a half inches. We'll add some weight to it and then we'll go ahead and get another measurement, then we'll check it after we're done. We've got some weight in the back of it and it brought it down to about twenty-nine and a half inches.
Air Lift Air Helper Springs Installation - 2004 Jeep Wrangler
Today on our 2004 Jeep Wrangler, we'll be installing the Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs, part number AL60811. These air springs are designed to fit inside the rear coil springs of the Jeep. Our first step will be removing some of the manufacturer's components such as the lower shock bolt and the sway bar link bolt so that we can extend the body away from the rear axle to remove the spring. Now to begin our install, I'm going to use some spray lubricant on the manufacturer's hardware to make it easier to get it off and then put it back on later. We'll spray the lower shock bolt and the sway bar link on both sides. There's one more fastener here on the driver's side that we might have to remove when separating the body from the axle and that will be the brake line bracket bolt. I'm going to go ahead and spray it down now to allow our spray lubricant to start working. Once we have our lower shock bolts out, we can go ahead and release the shock from the shock mount.
Air Lift Air Helper Springs Installation - 2005 Toyota Sienna
Today, our 2005 Toyota Sienna, were installing the Airlift 1000 air helper spring. Part number AL60732. First, were going to go ahead and check our right high with the manufactures or current suspension. Next, well go ahead and run it through our test course. As you can see we have some rear setting and as we go through our obstacle course, theres a lot of body roll and we lose a lot of steering control and or feel. Next, well go over the bump scores.
Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs Installation - 2008 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty
Today on our 2008 Ford F250, we're going to be installing the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Spring. These are double convoluted and for the rear axle, part number is F2550. Before we install our helper springs from Firestone, we're going to get a measurement and see how this truck sits normally and unloaded. As you can see, we've got about 41 1/4" to the bottom edge of our wheel well. We'll put some weight in the back, that's going to draw that down some and we'll get another measurement. Now that we've added just a little bit of weight to the back of the truck, we're now going to see that the suspension's taken some of the load that we're now down to about 39 3/4". So, we lost about 1 1/2" of our level here in the rear. Here on our driver's side, just above our jounce, we do have the fuel lines that are going to run right through there.
Firestone Vehicle Suspension F2430 Review
Today we are going to be reviewing part Number F2430. These are the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs. They are double convoluted and they are going to be for the rear axle. To see if this is going to fit your particular year, make and model you can refer to the vehicle list at the bottom of the product page. This system is designed to maximize safe load carrying capacity. It's going to also increase stability and improve the ride quality. They simply install between your vehicle's frame and its rear suspension.
Firestone Vehicle Suspension F8605 Review
Today we're going to be reviewing part number F8605, these are the Firestone Work-Rite Custom Helper Springs. This is a kit for the rear axle. To see if it's going to fit your particular year, make and model, you can refer to the vehicle list at the bottom of the product page. This system is going to improve suspension, handling and loaded ride comfort. It's going to increase stability and minimize sway from wind gusts or rough roads. It's also going to cut down on road shock and provide a cushion to soften contact between the rear axle and the frame which is going to help prevent bottoming out.
TorkLift Vehicle Suspension TLA7310 Review
Today we're going to be reviewing part number TLA7310. This is the Torque List Stable Load Rear Suspension Upgrade with Quick Disconnects. To see if this is going to fit your particular year, make, and model, you can refer to the vehicle list on the product page. This system is going to dramatically improve your handling by pre-activating your vehicle's factory lower overload springs. It's also going to help to evenly distribute the weight, ensuring that the truck stays level for better handling. It's going to reduce side to side sway and body roll. You can see here, that it has a really unique angle structure.
Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs Installation - 2007 Chevrolet Silverado New Body
Today on our 2007 Chevrolet Silverado we'll be installing the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper springs; Part number F2430. We're going to go ahead and give you a measurement here before we put our test water tank in the back to show you how things ride. We're at about 38 and 1/8th from the ground to the underside of our wheel well here. Now we're going to go ahead and load our water tank here in the bed of our truck. We're going to put about a thousand pounds of weight in the bed of this truck. Now with our water tank loaded we'll go ahead and take another measurement. As you can see here, now we're down to about 35-and-five-eighths.
Air Lift LoadLifter Air Helper Springs Installation - 1978 Chevrolet C/K Series Pickup
Today on our 1978 Chevy pickup, we'll be installing the air lift Load Lifter 5000 Ultimate Air Helper Springs, part number AL88215. Now to begin our install kit, we've gone ahead and raised the rear axle. We're going to remove the rear wheel. We'll first remove the hub cap and then the lug nuts. Keep in mind, each process we do here on one side, we're going to repeat identically on the opposite side. Now with the wheels off, we're going to go ahead and assemble our air bag assembly. We'll start with the top side of our air bag assembly. You'll see it has 2 attachment points and then the air valve.
Timbren Suspension Enhancement Systems
The Basics: Firestone Air-Spring Kits
The Upgrades: Firestone Air Command Kits
Components of Firestone Air Suspension Systems
Stability Control for Heavy Duty Vehicles
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