Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Standard-Duty Compressor - Single Function - 130 psi
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Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Standard-Duty Compressor - Single Function - 130 psi

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  • Single Path
  • Wired Control
  • 130 psi
  • Analog Display
Perfect for light towing applications, this single-gauge control levels one set of air springs from the comfort of your vehicle cab. Electric control inflates/deflates air springs with the flick of a switch and includes a standard-duty compressor. Call 800-298-8924 to order Firestone air suspension compressor kit part number F2158 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Firestone products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Standard-Duty Compressor - Single Function - 130 psi. Air Suspension Compressor Kit reviews from real customers.


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Firestone Air Suspension Compressor Kit - F2158

Perfect for light towing applications, this single-gauge control levels one set of air springs from the comfort of your vehicle cab. Electric control inflates/deflates air springs with the flick of a switch and includes a standard-duty compressor.


Features:

  • Air spring pressure control kit with electric, single-gauge control
    • Allows you to control air pressure levels from vehicle cab
      • Operates air bags with single switch
        • Push switch up to inflate air springs
        • Push switch down to deflate air springs
  • Electric, single-gauge control panel with white face
    • Mounts under dashboard in vehicle cab
  • Electric system levels 1 pair of air springs equally
    • Works great for light towing applications
    • Accommodates varying load capacities, road and parking conditions
  • The kit includes everything you need to control air springs
    • Standard-duty air compressor with 130 max psi


Specs:

  • Application: All Firestone air spring products with up to 1-gallon tanks
  • Max air pressure: 130 psi
  • Compressor amperage: 20 amps
  • Duty cycle: 15 percent
  • Flow rate (based on 1/2 -gallon tank):
    • 0 - 30 psi: 13 seconds
    • 0 - 60 psi: 30 seconds
  • Cu ft/min at 100 psi: 0.57
  • 1-Year limited warranty


WR17602158 Firestone Air Command - In-Cab, Single-Gauge, Electric, Standard-Duty Compressor



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Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Firestone Air Command I Installation - 2011 Chevrolet Silverado

Today on our 2011 Chevy Silverado we'll be installing the Firestone level command two, single gauge standard duty compressor, part number F2158. The first step of our install will be mounting the compressor. A perfect location for mounting compressors is in the engine compartment. Here on the drivers side there's this open battery tray that'll be a superb location to mount our compressor. We'll first go ahead remove the battery tray by removing all of the attachment points securing it in position. Then we'll go ahead and sit our compressor in the center and use a drill bit to mark out the holes that'll need to be drilled out in order to install the fasteners to secure the compressor to the tray.

Now that we have the holes marked out we'll go ahead and remove the compressor and drill the holes all ht e way through. There are a total of four attachment points. Now with the holes drilled out we'll go ahead and secure it with the fasteners supplied with the install kit. We've got the cap headed screws. We want to install a flat washer and feed it from underneath and through the compressor attachment point.

Then we'll install another flat washer and nut to secure them. Note these are nylon lock nuts so they'll lock in position because that's what nylon lock nuts do. Now with our hardware in position for all four attachment points we'll go ahead and tighten it down. Now we're ready to go ahead and reinstall the battery tray with our compressor secured to it. We'll go ahead and take the black wire with the preattached ring terminal from our compressor and use it as a ground point for the compressor.

Now with our compressor installed we're ready to go ahead and run the speed line from the compressor. This will be routed from the engine compartment into the cab of the vehicle into where the switch and gauge will be mounted. First, let's go ahead and find a suitable location for our switch and gauge. Here on the drivers side at the bottom of the dashboard is a perfect location. This will give us an idea where we'll need to route the line to.

Now to feed the line from the engine compartment into the cab we're going to go through the manufacturers grommet. To do this we'll take a pair of side cutters and cut us a hole both inside and out and then we can use the utility knife to open up as necessary so that the hole will be large enough to feed the line through. We'll first start with our line coming from the engine compartment to the cab up to and near our gauge and switch location. Then well go ahead and take our tubing cutter and cut off the excess and install the other end into the compressor. It'll fit into the compressor after we install the quick connect nipple fitting. You'll notice it has a preinstalled sealant onto the threads that'll help us seal to the compressor. Let's go ahead and install this nipple now. Now with our nipple secured we can go ahead and slide the line into the end of the quick connect pushing it all the way in and then pulling out to lock it into position. Now we'll take the remainder of our line which will run from the switch engage back to the air bags. We'll feed it from the engine compartment up to and near the gauge set up following the last line. Then we'll go down following the manufacturers wiring underneath the vehicle into the frame channel and follow it all the way back to the rear axle. Now that we are back at the rear axle we'll go ahead install the T fitting and then begin to installing the lines to the air bags. Once again these are quick connect fittings so we make sure that we have a good square cut in our line, push it firmly into the quick connect fitting, pulling it out and locking in position. Here on the passengers side we're going to route it up over the heat shield to stay away from the exhaust. We'll go ahead and repeat the same process here on the drivers side installing it into the quick connect nipple at the air bag and route it over to the T fitting. Note when routing any electrical wires or air line want to stay away from any moving components, the steering suspension, or excessive heat such as exhaust. Next we'll need to mount our relay or wiring harness. Here by the compressor on the inner fender well will be a perfect location. Using a self tapping screw we can go ahead and mount it now. We have an orange wire from our relay which will be the power feed to our compressor. Go ahead and make that connection now. The white wire coming from our relay with a preattached connector will be fed into the cabin of the vehicle following our air line up to the gauge and switch set. This will be the power feed to our switch. Let's go ahead and route the white wire into the cabin of the vehicle and over to the gauge and switch set. Now we'll go ahead and prepare our gauge set. We'll go ahead and take one of the white wires from our switch and plug it into the white wires we just ran from our wiring harness and relay. Then we'll take the second white wire and attach it to one of the black wires coming from the gauge line. Securing these two together we'll make a common ground that we'll then secure to the body or sheet metal of the vehicle. To secure the two together we'll use a quick splice connector provided with our install kit. Slide the quick splice connector over the white wire. Now we have the quick connector slid onto the white wire we'll install the black wire and then crimp it down, closing the clasp. Next we'll need to run power for our gauge line. For this application we'll need to extend the wire. We'll bring in another piece of wire. We'll stripe back both sides and secure the two wires together with a butt connector. This will be connected to the battery. Then we'll go ahead and cut off the spade terminal, stripe it back and add a ring terminal. Using a self tapping screw we can then secure it to a suitable ground on the vehicle. Just behind this trim panel cover will be a perfect location. We'll go ahead and remove the trim panel. Now with our wired connections made Im going to take the black electrical tape and wrap up the wires to clean up the install look and secure the connection point. Next using our self tapping screw secure the ring terminal to the body or sheet metal of the vehicle. Now we can go ahead and reinstall the trim panel. Next we'll need to go ahead and install the air line into the switch and gauge. The line with the black tape is the feed coming from the compressor. It will need to go into the back of the switch. The other line will go into the back of the gauge. To install them onto the barb fittings of the switch and gauge we'll need to soften the lines. To do this we'll get some hot water and soak the lines in the hot water for approximately five minutes. Now that we've got our lines ready to install we'll go ahead and push them over the barb fitting of the switch and gauge. Now we're ready to go ahead and mount the gauge switch set up. Using self tapping screws we'll mount it here underneath the dash. Now with that done we can go ahead and secure our wiring with the zip ties provided with our install kit and the line to make sure they stay away from any moving components such as the gas or brake pedal. Once we've completed securing the wires and lines we'll go ahead and use our pair of side cutters and cut off the access from our zip ties to clean up the install look. Now that we're back underneath the hood we'll need to hook up the power wire for our gauge line. To do this we'll remove the cover for our fuse box. We'll sit it aside and locate a circuit that we're able to tap into with our fuse tap, creating two power sources from one fuse location. We're going to go ahead and use the tinfoil location that we can find by reviewing the owners manual or looking on the fuse box cover. The tinfoil location will provide us with plenty of supplemental power and will only be powered with the key on. Now that we've identified the fuse that we can use we can go ahead and remove the fuse. We'll take the fuse that we removed from the manufacturers location and install it to the bottom port of the fuse tap. Then install the fuse tap. We can go ahead and cut our power wire to length, stripe it back and add it to the butt connector of the fuse tap. With that completed we'll go ahead and reinstall the fuse box cover. Next we'll take the power wire from our wiring harness and relay and route it over to the battery. Following the previous routing and the manufacturers wiring over to the battery, securing with the zip ties provided with our install kit. Now that we;re at the battery you can see we have some access wire, however, we do not want to cut it off as this power wire has an inline fuse holder free installed. We'll go ahead wrap up any extra and secure the wiring here with the manufacturers wire. Then we can stripe back the end of our power wire and add a ring terminal. Then removing the positive battery terminal post cover we'll use one of the manufacturers terminal stud by removing the nut, installing our ring terminal and then re securing it. Now we'll finish securing our power wire to the manufacturers wiring. With that done we'll clean up our install look and go back clean up any access with zip ties where we secured our wiring. Now moving back over to the compressor we'll need to install the filter line. This will be a line that'll go from the compressor nipple to the air filter for the compressor. Let's go ahead and get an idea how long of a line we'll need. We'll cut off any access and then once again we'll need to soak the hose in order to install it onto the barb fitting. While our lines soaking we can then go ahead and take the barb fitting and install it onto the filter. This is a metal fitting onto a plastic filter so be very careful not to break it while installing it. Typically hand tight will be tight enough. All right, now we're ready to go ahead and install the line. We'll push the line over the nipple on the compressor and then over the barb fitting on the air filter. Nest I'll go ahead and take a couple of zip ties and secure the air filter to the inner fender well. With that it'll complete our install and now we can go over the operation of our new air bag setup. First we'll install the key into the ignition turning into the on or start position. As you'll notice the light will come on for our gauge. We can go ahead and begin installing air into the air bag by pushing up on the switch, filling up the air bag. Now that we're completed using our air bag setup to let the air back out we'll simply press down on our switch which will release the air from the air bag. Note the manufacturer recommends to keep a minimum of 10 psi in the air bag at all time. That does it for the install of the Firestone level command two single gauge with standard duty compressor, part number F2158, on our 2011 Chevy Silverado.


Customer Reviews

Firestone Air Command I - Analog Gauge w/ Standard-Duty Compressor - Single Function - 130 psi - F2158

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (36 Customer Reviews)

Perfect for light towing applications, this single-gauge control levels one set of air springs from the comfort of your vehicle cab. Electric control inflates/deflates air springs with the flick of a switch and includes a standard-duty compressor.

- F2158
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Great product, great price, honest and helpful staff. 406860



- F2158
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Great product and with the instructions was provided was very easy to install .I would definitely recommended to anyone that’s looking into upgrading their truck stock suspention into an air ride 614858



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The compressor kit was fairly easy to install. Finding locations for the compressor and filter was the biggest challenge. I own a 14 Ram 3500. I had Schrader valves in the back bumper initially. It is so much more convenient being able to hit the toggle switch in the cab. Thanks e-trailer. 607609



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As advertised and fast ship... 11909


Comments

where is the best place ton install 2158 firestone compressor on 2010 f-150. can it be installed in the cab or should it be mounted outside

-- comment by: Sheldon D - 01/31/2013

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It can be installed in the cab, but it can get rather noisy when operating if in the cab. Mounting options are pretty endless, you do want to make sure its not in direct line to have road debris or water thrown on it. I have added a link to an install with a 2011 Sierra to give you some ideas.

-- Patrick B - 2/8/2013

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I actually installed the compressor inside my console. I also installed the control panel where the factory brake controller would normally go. It is a little noisy but not running it long enough to be worried with that. I also used the factory fuse panel to as the point of power. I would not mind sharing pictures if some one could tell me how.

-- comment by: Mike F - 04/24/2013

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Mike, send me the pics in an email and I will look into getting them on the site.

-- Patrick B - 4/25/2013


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I have nothing but great things to say about Etrailer.com! I ordered the Firestone rear helper bags along with the Level Command II for my 2012 Silverado 1500, selected ground shipping and the next day, I was notified that my shipping was upgraded at no charge! I installed it all in my garage in about 3 hours. The only hangup I had was the fuse tap but I got one from my local auto parts store for 6 bucks. I also installed a tee fitting off of the main airline to the bags and installed a manual fill valve inside my rear fender well for back up. I also did not have a tubing cutter but a sharp razor blade does just as well as long as you get your cuts square. I ordered this kit for towing my 29 foot travel trailer. My truck has the stock suspension other than a 2 inch drop shackle in the rear to level the truck out. I am running the minimum amount of pressure, which is 10psi, and the back end is a little stiff but not uncomfortable. 102541



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Installed this kit on a 2015 Nissan Frontier. Biggest issue was finding a space for the compressor. Ended up mounting it behind the left headlight, on an aluminum plate that I mounted above the fender sheet metal. The kit itself is very complete and includes everything required for a clean installation. I did 15 loads of firewood with that truck last year, and it was great to be able to inflate the airbags when loaded, and then reduce the pressure once the truck was unloaded. 364805



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The unit I purchased works awesome, makes adjustments very easy and very quick. Easy install, the thing I didn't like is because of the air lines coming into the cab of the truck to the controller it is very noisy, but other than that all is good! 694752



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So far I like it and the compressor is alot smaller than it looks so easy to hide 663960



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Product arrived promptly when you said it would I would use you again and recommend to others 638045



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Works great with the Firestone air bags. It's needed to adjust and level my travel trailer to prevent sway. Loses some air over several days but no biggy to adjust. 606084



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easy and prompt service 554661



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I have a 2015 F150 eco boost 3.5l engine and pull a 28' travel trailer with a weight distribution hitch. Without the air suspension, the trailer is at the upper end of what the truck can handle in wind. The engine is fine, but the truck is light for a big trailer like that. The air suspension stabilizes the truck making for a nice stable pull. I recommend these for anyone pulling a trailer with a light truck. 503426



- F2158
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Works as advertised. A little noisy but that is to be expected. Great alternative than manually pumping up. Install was easy. Great product!!! 487147



- F2158
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A great easy to install, easy to use kit! Very convenient when you don't always have access to a air compressor and the weight of your load changes frequently. I have used it for a year with no complaints. 483802



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One year later the system is still working flawlessly and it’s gotten its fair share of use. 458702



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Works great 454791



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Great kit- everything you need to make filling the air bags easier 453051



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Haven't installed the air bags or compressor yet, but I had a set just like these on my previous truck and they worked very well so I know it is a good product. And all my dealings with etrailer have been great ! Knowledgeable people , great service, and speedy shipping. 420169



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Has held air and served its purpose so far. 377327



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Just installed it but it looks good hope to hook up to trailer next week. The shipping was great 365927



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Works great on my 09 Chevy dump. 338725



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I purchased a Firestone rear air spring kit. Ordering and delivery was quick and easy. Insulation was easy (had to grind the lower bracket). The compressor and springs work well. 279763


Comments

Upgraded to new truck but I was very satisfied

Brian F - 08/04/2017

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- F2158
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Very easy installation and great ride 249966



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Always a pleasure doing business with etrailer. Products are as described, hassle free payment, informed delivery process, and all around a worry free interaction. I have ordered multiple sets of air bags for myself, friends, and family never having a bit of problems using etrailer. Thanks again for another great experience. 224804



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Great product. Very fast delivery. 139628



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Great product, even better customer service thru etrailer.com 114935



- F2592
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Holy Cow what fast shipping!!! Everything is there and looks great. Can't wait to install it!! 590031



- F2592
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Had this installed on our GMC dually for maintaining air pressure in the Firestone air bags and having an outside air port for inflating all of our tires and also our Hobie inflatable kayaks. Works very well considering all the demands of the compressor and tank to keep everything inflated. 629477



- F2178
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


This will be the three order of air-rides I have installed ! I'm very please with the shipment and the help of getting the right kites for the jobs! Thanks for your assistance. 333406



- F2591
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Have just started installing but the product looks good and was packaged well. Etrailer is fast, always the best price, and great communication! 707621



- F2168
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


haven't been installed yet but I have unit on another vechile and it is now 20 yrs old hope this one is as good as that one also you did a great job for me thanks 675331



- F2491
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Everything you need to get you up and running. All products are top quality. 664501



- F2592
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Great kit, compressor is a little noisy but to be expected given its range and duty cycle. Wireless range isn't that far, but works where you need it. If you're installing in a late model F250/350 buy the no drill mounting kit because you cannot through bolt since the frame rails are fully boxed. Worth the extra $! I use the tank to fill air bags, tires with the included inflation stuff, a spray nozzle to clean out the truck, and a set of quad train horns. It all works fantastically. You can set max/min tank pressure to avoid excessive compressor use, and there's presets for airbag pressure which is nice. Wiring harness is well put together and sealed, was plenty long enough to install on my 176" wheelbase F350 and configured to the upfitter switches. 651169



- F2592
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


My order was delivered complete and on time. Friendly, helpful staff. 644452



- F2178
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


Great product, easy to install. And it takes the sway completely out. I would recommend this to every one. 428759



- F2178
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Review from a similar Firestone Air Command II in Air Suspension Compressor Kit


This was an easy install. Everything that was needed was included with the kit. I purchased this kit with the air suspension kit for a Ram 350. This made a good truck even better 121223


Comments

Still trouble free and easy to use. I have had no issues with it and would buy another if needed.

Bruce M - 03/18/2015

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  • I reached out to the manufacturer, Firestone, who said the Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs # F4175 that fit your 2018 VW Atlas have a deflated measurement of 3.56" in diameter and 8.75" long. These springs will fit right inside the coils of your Atlas and help to increase the overall handling of your vehicle when you are towing. They work to provide stability and reduce body roll to give you a more comfortable ride. The Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs # F4175 are made in the...
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  • Firestone Ride-Tire Kit for a 2013 Ford F-150 4x4
  • We do have Firestone Ride-Rite kits that will fit your 2013 Ford F-150 4x4 but the Kit # F2582 that you referenced is only compatible with 2015 - 2018 Ford F-150 models. For your 2013 we have the Ride-Rite # F2525 (will not fit with in-bed hitches, the FX2, or Raptor models) or the Ride-Rite # F2542 if you have a B&W 5th wheel hitch installed with the universal brackets. Both of these options have the same 4,800 lb weight capacity that the kit you mentioned has. Please note that these...
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  • Can Air Bag Helper Springs be Installed on a 2016 Ford F-350 with B&W Gooseneck Trailer Hitch
  • Actually, you can install air bags on your 2016 Ford F-350 with the B&W Turnover ball hitch brackets on the frame. The brackets have a hole in them right in the middle that is needed by the upper brackets of Firestone Ride-Rite air springs # F2597. The hitch brackets and air spring brackets can use the same bolt through the hitch brackets and truck frame to secure to the truck. (Please note the F2597 kit is Not a fit for V10 Gas Engine with Extended Cab and 8 ft Bed, 2-wheel drive models.) I...
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  • Can Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs be Installed in 2005 Ford F-250 with 5th Wheel Hitch
  • The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs # F2400 can be installed in your 2005 Ford F-250 and you should not have to do any drilling. The reason for that, according to the directions, is that when you install the upper bracket with the 3/4" bolt it will be long enough to go through the Ride-Rite bracket, your hitch bracket and the frame. If you take a look at the directions as well as the photo I added from the linked video of these springs being installed on an '05 F-250 you can...
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  • Will the Firestone Airbags F2400 Work with the B&W Gooseneck BWGNRK1108 on a 2006 Ford F-350
  • The only 5th wheel hitch that is compatible with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch w/ Custom Installation Kit part # BWGNRK1108 is the B&W Companion 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch part # BWRVK3500-5W. The Andersen Ultimate Connection 5th Wheel Trailer Hitch System with Adapter part # AM3200 will not work with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch. For a set of airbags compatible with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch on your 2006 Ford...
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  • Rear Suspension Enhancement Helper Springs for a 2016 Chevy Silverado 2500 Towing 5th Wheel Trailer
  • Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System # TGMRCK25D will prevent bottoming out but it stiffens up the suspension so some of those bumps may be more jarring than before. And the unloaded/not towing ride will feel stiffer as well. Ideally to soften things up a little you would go with air springs such as # F2596. This will allow you to adjust how stiff or soft the ride is. This model air spring is compatible with 5th wheel hitch frame brackets as well. I have linked a video showing...
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  • Recommended Suspension Enhancement For 2005 Chevy Suburban 2500
  • For your 2005 Chevy Suburban 2500 4x4, I recommend the Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System # TGMRSB4S. This will stabilize your vehicle to significantly reduce that sag by using the Aeon Rubber that becomes more rigid as more weight is added. These springs are extremely well suited for towing, they just don't have the adjustability of the air springs, which you may not even desire. This will work just as well as the air springs, but the air springs have a little smoother ride....
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  • How to Make the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs Work with a 2002 GMC Sierra with 6" Lift
  • Since you have a 6" lift on your 2002 GMC Sierra you will need a lift spacer in order for the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs to work. If you tell me what chassis you have (1500, 2500, 3500), whether it is a light-duty (LD) 6-lug or heavy-duty (HD) 8-lug, and whether it is 2 or 4 wheel drive I can confirm if the kit you have is the correct one for your vehicle. The correct way to measure for a lift spacer is when the truck is on the ground without any added weight in the bed....
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  • Rear Axle Firestone Air Bag Suspension Enhancement Kit for 2014 Toyota Sienna 2WD
  • Van-style vehicles like the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey do sit fairly low in the rear end. By the time you add the presence of a trailer hitch, load some cargo and passengers, and apply the hitched trailer's tongue weight (TW) to the hitch ball you can absolutely find yourself looking for some extra support for the rear suspension. The linked page shows you the options for your 2014 Sienna 2WD and these include both air bag kits # AL60732 and # F4155 and a rubber jounce spring kit...
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  • Recommended Airbag Kit for a 2014 Chevy Silverado with a B&W Gooseneck Trailer Hitch
  • For a set of airbags that will work with the B&W Turnoverball Underbed Gooseneck Trailer Hitch part # BWGNRK1057 installed on your 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500, I recommend using the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs part # F2430 as this is the only available airbag kit that will work with a 5th wheel and or gooseneck hitch to my knowledge. The mounting plates for the gooseneck hitch mount on the outside frame rail and the airbag kit mounts underneath the frame rail on the bump stop bracket,...
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  • Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs for a 2019 Ford F-150
  • The correct Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs for your 2019 Ford F-150 4WD is the kit # F2582. This kit will fit as long as the distance from the outside of the frame to the inside of the tire is at least 8" and you don't have an in-bed hitch or a Raptor model. Along with this kit I recommend installing a compressor kit like the Firestone Air Command I # F2158. A compressor kit lets you monitor the air pressure in your bags and allows you to adjust them from inside the comfort of...
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  • Torklift StableLoad and Air Bag Kit Compressor Kit Recommendation for 2003 Ford F-350 SRW
  • The StableLoad part # TLA7200 will preload your overload springs to give additional support and stiffness when needed. You can use this kit with an air bag kit and it will work well. With this kit you wouldn't have to inflate the bags as high either so the ride will be smoother. It sounds like your best option would be to install a compressor kit for the air bag kit you have installed in your truck as well to allow you to easily control the air pressure for both setups. When you have...
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  • How to Determine the Correct Lift Spacer Needed for Installing Ride-Rite Airbags on a Lifted Truck
  • Since you have a 6" lift on your 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 you will need a lift spacer in order for the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs part # F2430 to work. The correct way to measure for a lift spacer is when the truck is on the ground without any added weight in the bed. You will want to measure from the bottom of the top bracket to the top of the bottom bracket where the airbags attach. You can choose the right spacer using the measurements attached below. Space From Top To...
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  • Suspension Enhancement Product Recommendation for 2015 Silverado 1500 Towing 8500 lb Travel Trailer
  • The SuperSprings product will somewhat help with the bouncing you're experiencing, but I'd recommend that system more for preventing rear end sag and sway. For what you're experiencing, I'd recommend either an air bag system or a Aeon Spring set up that would replace the factory bump stop on your truck. Either type of system has its advantages and disadvantages. An air bag system allows you the ability of infinite adjustment by adding or removing air from the system. However, you'll...
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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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