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Air Lift Ride Control Air Helper Springs - Rear Axle

Air Lift Ride Control Air Helper Springs - Rear Axle

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2,000-lb Capacity. Level your vehicle when you're hauling a heavy load with these Ride Control air springs. The adjustable springs improve overall stability and ride quality, eliminate rear sag, and reduce strain on your factory suspension. Lowest Prices for the best vehicle suspension from Air Lift. Air Lift Ride Control Air Helper Springs - Rear Axle part number AL59533 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Air Lift Vehicle Suspension - AL59533

  • Air Lift
  • Air Springs
  • Rear Axle Suspension Enhancement
  • Standard Duty

2,000-lb Capacity. Level your vehicle when you're hauling a heavy load with these Ride Control air springs. The adjustable springs improve overall stability and ride quality, eliminate rear sag, and reduce strain on your factory suspension.


Features:

  • Provides your vehicle with up to 2,000 lbs of load-leveling support, reducing strain on your rear suspension and improving both safety and ride quality
    • Designed for light-to-medium duty trucks, vans, and SUVs with leaf springs
  • Keeps your vehicle level when you are hauling a heavy load
    • Improves steering and braking performance
    • Helps to maintain safe headlight aim
    • Keeps your tires from wearing unevenly
  • Lets you manually adjust air pressure to get the even load distribution and support that you need
    • Level your vehicle front to rear
    • Inflate each spring independently for side-to-side leveling of off-center loads
  • Reduces the strain on your OEM suspension caused by extremely heavy loads
  • Improves overall stability and ride quality
    • Diminishes sway and absorbs road shock for a smooth ride
  • Installs between your vehicle's frame and its leaf springs
    • Manual inflation valves are typically mounted on bumper for easy access
  • Includes 2 air springs, mounting brackets, hardware, alignment tool, tubing, and Schrader valves for manual inflation
    • Add a compressor system with in-cab gauges (sold separately) to monitor and automatically adjust air pressure
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Load-leveling capacity: up to 2,000 lbs
    • Ride Control springs will not increase your vehicle's weight-carrying capacity. Do not exceed the manufacturer's recommended weight limit.
  • Adjustable air pressure: 5 psi - 100 psi
  • Lifetime warranty
  • 60-Day satisfaction guarantee


Ride Control gives the suspension system on your light-to-medium-duty truck, van, or SUV unrivaled support. With these air springs installed, you'll experience the same comfortable, smooth, and safe ride that you're used to enjoying when you're not hauling. Plus, Ride Control reduces the strain that heavy loads can put on your vehicle, saving you money in potential repairs.


Everything on your vehicle suffers from the stress of hauling or towing heavy loads - your brakes, your tires, and your handling ability. Even your headlight aim can be thrown off. Without some kind of reinforcement for your factory suspension system, you could be putting the life expectancy of your vehicle at risk. Air Lift's adjustable air spring kit, Ride Control, gives your suspension the extra support it needs when you are carrying heavy cargo. By providing equal load distribution, Ride Control lessens the stress that your truck has to endure.


Ride Control's air bags are adjustable from 5 to 100 psi, so you can get the perfect amount of support for any size load. And the springs can be inflated independently of one another for front-to-rear and side-to-side leveling. The system's also easy to install and even easier to maintain.


Ride Control comes with manual inflation valves that are typically mounted on the bumper but can be installed anywhere on your vehicle for easy access. For even more convenience and control, you can add a compressor and gauge system (sold separately), which will let you monitor and automatically inflate your air springs.


An exclusive alignment tool is included with your Ride Control kit. This tool allows you to install each air spring so that it is centered perfectly between your vehicle's leaf spring and frame. This helps to prevent damaged caused by the spring rubbing against underbed components, ensuring lasting suspension support.


Air Lift kits are designed to keep your vehicle at normal ride height. You can find the normal ride height of your vehicle by unloading it and measuring the distance between the bottom edge of your wheel well and the center of the hub. After you find and record this distance, you can regulate the amount of air that you put into your air springs to maintain normal ride height - even when you are hauling a heavy load. You will need to adjust the air pressure in your air bags according to the size of your load.


These adjustable air springs come with a lifetime warranty with no mileage restrictions. In addition, Air Lift is so sure that you will benefit from their air spring suspension system that they offer a 60-day satisfaction guarantee. Install and use Ride Control springs for 60 days, and if you are not satisfied at the end of this time, you can remove them from your vehicle and return them for a full product refund. Now that's confidence.



59533 Airlift Ride Control Air Bag Suspension Support System - Back Axle

Installation Details AL59533 Installation instructions

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Video of Air Lift Ride Control Air Helper Springs - Rear Axle

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




Video Transcript for Air Lift Ride Control Rear Air Helper Springs Installation - 2018 GMC Canyon

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 GMC Canyon, we're going to be installing Airlift's ride control air helper springs. Part number AL59533.This is what your airbags are going to look like when it's installed. As you can see it goes between your leaf spring and your frame to give that extra support. It's going to have independent lines for left and the right side, so you can help even out that load going down the road in case you have an uneven weight distribution.The operating range on these is between five and 100 psi. Five being an unloaded vehicle and 100 being the maximum load rating of 2,000 pounds. Now do remember that this extra carrying capacity does not increase the amount that your vehicle can haul.

It just supports that much weight to help even out that load. If you're trying to decide on which suspension enhancement system is best for you. If you compare the ones that we've got here, like our air helper springs. This is going to be the most customization. It's going to allow you to compensate for various loads by increasing or decreasing the amount of inflation.These will also help even out loads that are different from side to side.

Since they can be inflated independently from one another. When you compare them to the bump stop styles, those are always the same pressure all the time. As they don't have any air, it's just the pressure of the rubber on the spring. Those provide no adjustment on your loads. The other option is your leaf spring style and those do have some varying adjustments.

But they only have few settings that can be chosen from. So you're stuck with one of the two, three, maybe five settings if it's available with those. This is going to be independently, infinitely variable in its range.To give you an idea of how much our air helper springs is going to help while our vehicle's loaded down. We're going to give you some measurements first while it's unloaded. So on the rear, unloaded from the ground to the bottom edge of the fender well it's going to measure about 37 inches.

And in the front it's going to measure about 35 and a half inches.We've now put a significant load in the back of our truck bed. As you can see, it's dropped it down to 34 and a half inches. So we've dropped down two and a half inches from our normal ride height here in the rear. And here in the front we're measuring 36 and a quarter inch. So we've raised up the front by about 3/4 of an inch.Now that we've got our vehicle loaded back up and our airbags installed. We'll recheck our measurements. And as you can see here, we're right back to 37, so now we're even with where we we're when we read our unloaded ride height. And we come back and check our front and we're at 35 and a half again. So our front end's been dropped back down to its factory ride height as well. This can help improve safety because it's going to allow your suspension to operate as it was before, increasing your tire wear because they're not going to be off camber. It's going to allow your brakes to work properly because the weight's going to be distributed to the front as it was before. And your headlights are going to aim properly down towards the road instead of up in the air.We'll begin with a little pre-assembly. We'll need to put the quick connect air fitting in the top of our airbag. That'll just thread on. You'll then tighten it down with a half inch wrench until at least two threads have been covered by the pre-applied sealant. Next we're going to pre-assemble the top half. Take the large opening at the bottom, slide it over your air fitting. Then take the plastic nut, slide it over the air fitting and thread it onto the threads around the outside.This will eventually come in contact with the small ears on each side. You can then twist the bracket to tighten it the rest of the way down. Now this particular bracket we're assembling is going to be for our driver's side. This will be towards the outside and we want our air fitting facing towards the rear. So make sure you have it facing in the direction for the appropriate side.Now we're on the bottom side of our airbag, where we'll install the bracket. Again this is the driver's side, so it'll be labeled L for left. Align the opening up with the hole in the bottom of your airbag and thread in the small tapered screw. Tighten it down with a large Phillips head screwdriver. You want to make sure these are angled the same on this face and in this direction, as this is going to sit on our leaf spring.We'll now take our airbag and we're going to put it on top of our leaf spring. We'll need to go on the outside of the frame with the upper bracket. And on top of the leaf spring with the lower. There's a small flange here in the front, you want to make sure that sits on top of your factory U bolt on the rear side, behind the axle. Then take the U bolt provided in the kit, slide it over top of the lower bracket through the small slits on each side, until it drops down over your leaf spring.Then place the lower part of the clamp on the bottom of the U bolt. Followed by a flat washer and a lock nut. You'll also put a flat washer and a lock nut on the other side of the U bolt. Then tighten them down evenly working back and forth using a 9/16 socket. And torque them to the specifications outlined in your instructions.Now if you had your vehicle jacked up by the frame, you're going to want to lower it down just enough to where you suspension comes up and the upper bracket on the back side contacts the bottom of the frame. Once it's contacted the bottom of the frame, you want to make sure that it's on the same plane straight with your lower bracket. Once you've got those lined up, we're going to mark the center hole right in the center with our paint stick. You can also use a center punch. And we're going to mark the lower rear most hole as well. Then I'll drill out both of your marks with a 5/16 drill bit.It's a little bit easier if you lift the vehicle back up by the frame again, as that drops the tire down out of your way. I like to mark the center of each hole with a drill before I drill them out completely. Now that you've got your holes drilled out, line them back up. You're going to take the self tapping screws provided in the kit and start them in each of the holes.Now use a 9/16 socket to start these. I like to make sure that I get them both started before fully tightening them down. Then torque all of your hardware to the specifications in your instructions. You'll repeat the same procedure on the other side.We'll need to prepare our heat shield now. Take both the tabs bend them at a 90 degree from the face. Then we're going to bend it 90 degree again back the way towards the outside. This will give us a small air gap between our heat shield and our exhaust so it'll dissipate heat. Then use the hose clamps provided in the kit to clamp around the ears that we had just made. We're going around the rear resonator part just behind our muffler here. Because we want it to keep the heat off of the airbag that's right next to it.The kit comes with two large and two small hose clamps. If the resonator here at the back is still too wide for the large hose clamp. You can take the small hose clamp and mix it with the large one to create an extra long hose clamp. You can do this two times. So you have enough to go around the larger resonator.Next we'll need to run our air line from our airbag back to a location on the rear we're going to mount the fittings, so we can air up our bags. Go ahead and stretch your hose out and then you're going to cut it, so that you have two equal lengths. We're using a special set of hose cutters here. You could pick these up here at etrailer.com. This will ensure that when you cut your hose, it'll be a nice square even cut that'll seal properly inside of our air fitting.The air fitting hose at the top of the airbag is a quick connect fitting. So you'll just take the end that we previously cut and poke it right in. I like to push it in and out a little bit, just to make sure that it's fully seated.We come out of our airbag. We go up above the frame. We cross over the frame. We attach it to the wiring that goes above our spare tire. The inflation nozzles here at the end is where you can now attach your license plate. You would just slide your license plate over it and tighten it down with the nuts that we have on there. And this way you can inflate them independently. The right side on this side and the left side with this side.Now inflate your airbags and make sure there's no leaks. Inflated both sides evenly, making sure not to exceed its capacities. A little air goes along way, so it doesn't take very long to get it to inflate to the pressure you desire. Now spray your nozzles with some soapy water, make sure that there's no leaks. You see the presence of bubbles, you know you've got a leak. If you don't see any, then you don't have to worry about it. Check each fitting in each airbag for leaks.And that completes our installation of Airlift's ride control air helper springs on our 2018 GMC Canyon.


Customer Reviews

Air Lift Ride Control Air Helper Springs - Rear Axle - AL59533

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (110 Customer Reviews)

2,000-lb Capacity. Level your vehicle when you're hauling a heavy load with these Ride Control air springs. The adjustable springs improve overall stability and ride quality, eliminate rear sag, and reduce strain on your factory suspension.

- AL59533
by:
2015 Chevrolet Colorado

Install these on my 2015 Chevy Colorado. I pull a fairly big travel trailer and although it's no problem pulling it I had noticed that over the last couple of years the rear of the truck was gradually sagging more. The AirLift fixed it right up. The ride now inspires more confidence and I definitely have more control over the whole rig. Installation was fairly easy. I'm pretty handy but quite green when it comes to vehicles so I would say it's accessible to anyone with a handy thumb. I even managed to install them without removing the wheels. It took a bit longer and required more up and down with the car jack but since I did it a couple of hours at a time over a couple of days it allowed me to still drive during the installation process. I'm am a huge fan and would recommend it to anyone.



- AL59533
by:

Good instruction easy to install all hardware included fit great can’t wait to drop the trailer on her and try them



- AL59533
by:
2015 Chevrolet Colorado

These were perfect. I needed some extra suspension due to towing my max capability. (6400lb gross wt 24 foot trailer with a 2015 Chevy Colorado LT 4wd) The truck had too much "bounce" on it every Time when hit a hole in the road even with equalization bars. But these air bags smoothed the ride out and help with equalization. Installation was a breeze. Did it myself in 2 hours with 0 problems. Kit comes with all you need minus the compressor assembly. I used Air Lift WirelessONE Compressor System for Air Helper Springs - Hand-Held Remote - Single Path Item # AL25870. (Eliminates need for cab wiring And works great) . All in all, Great product, Great price, easy installation and no problems.



- AL59533
by:
2019 Chevrolet Colorado

Installation on a chevy colorado went smoothly. The video on the etrailer web site was very helpfull. The air levelers removed 90% of the trailer bounce I was experiencing with out them.



- AL59533
by:

I bough these about a year ago for my 2015 Chevy Colorado and they work great. Install was easy. I would recommend purchasing an onboard compressor to fill them and adjust on the fly.



- AL59533
by:
2016 Chevrolet Colorado

I’m sure it’s a fine product but despite the fact that the website says “no drill installation” it required drilling the frame of the truck which was something I was not willing to do. Customer service at etrailer was awesome. They acknowledged the error, arranged a return free of charge and assisted me with finding another manufacturer’s product and contacting them directly to verify a no drill installation. Excellent job with the customer service. Product itself, not so much.



- AL59533
by:

These springs have reduced body roll tremendously ( especially turning in and out of service stations) and have actually made the ride smoother. 9,000 miles so far so good



- AL59533
by:

Happy with everything we have purchased



- AL59561
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


Product was as advertised, and the install went smoothly. Toyota Tacomas are infamous for sagging rear ends, and these air springs handle that well. For now I can only comment on installation, as I've yet to load the truck with a heavy trailer. All parts can be mounted comfortably by jacking up the rear axle and removing a wheel. I didn't have any alignment troubles, and the instructions were specific to these parts and my truck. Buyers should be aware that air springs require regular checks to make sure they are inflated to a minimum pressure. I can easily reach in and squeeze the spring to check inflation, and it's faster than pulling out a pressure gage.



- AL59512
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


I installed the airlift support this afternoon. I had removed Timbren Shocks which are just hard rubber shocks that mount to the factory spring bumper support. The airlift required drilling out the rivets and removing this OEM support. Here are pictures of the left and right units installed on my truck. I already have an Air Lift pump and rear bags on the rear of my truck. When I put my plow on then I will see how well these perform and any sag or how much lift. I have a 7"-6" Western Pro Plow for my 1987 GMC V-2500 4x4. As a note, I was missing hardware from that hardware package. I had to look through my own stock in order to complete the install. If it is at all possible, I would be most appreciative if you could get AirLift to provide a hardware package that was complete. I also install the mirrors on my GMC. I have my 102" wide 20 foot cargo trailer connected to my truck and will be using that in a few days. I am hoping they will give me a better rear vision of the sides of my trailer. When I get it on the road, I will have a better idea on what to comment. When I do, I will send pictures. I don't plan on keeping them on the truck all the time, just when I used the cargo trailer.


Comments
I found that the front lift suspension items worked well for plowing this past winter. I had no sag in the front as all the weight went right to the axel. My only planned upgrade is a dual gauge system so that I can pump or reduce the air separately from the dash of the truck as to utilize the under hood pump. At present I just add air separately to each line on the front. A well made product from Air-Lift.
Earl - 08/17/2014


- AL59561
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


They fit well and do what they are supposed to do. Loaded up the back of my Tacoma and pulled a 3400 lb travel trailer on a 3600 mile trip last summer. About 40 psi in the air ride leveled the truck. The only thing that could be considered negative is that the truck bottoms out sooner (when not as low) than without the helpers. I believe the bags compress completely before the trucks hard stop is reached. If you keep enough air in them, I don’t think it would be a problem, but that much air raised my unloaded truck about 2 inches over stock.



- AL59568
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


Install was simple. Took me 2 1/2 hours by myself, plus my buddy 1 hour to weld on a nice bracket for the air valves on the back bumper (see pics). Instructions were confusing and nomenclature did not match parts, but I eventually got it figured out. There are also two spots in the instructions that tell you not to tighten certain nuts down so that you can adjust the bags later, but it never tells you when or how to tighten them later. I recommend you jack up the rear axle and remove the rear tires so you have plenty of room to move around and install this. System looks really nice on the pickup, and you can hardly tell there's anything on there unless you are looking closely. Even while almost empty, the bags push the rear of the pickup up a little bit which looks cool. And it seems to ride smoother now too. I have not tried it with pulling cargo or a trailer yet, and will update this review if I don't notice anything good.



- AL59561
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


The AirLift system we talked about a couple weeks ago was sent to my daughter, Kristi's house. I installed it yesterday. I'm on the road, which isn't the best place to do the installation. My father in law didn't have any socket wrenches so I started with a couple 9/16 open end wrenches. These don't work for everything. I went to the local hardware store and bought what I needed. The driver side went on much easier. The hardest bolt was the top one requiring the socket wrench to hold the nut inside the frame. I had to feel for the nut since it was hidden next to an existing frame bolt. I was able to simply jack the back of the truck up at the hitch to gain clearance. I didn't have to remove the wheels. The nylon lock nut was fun to tighten. AirLift should have supplied a simple wrench for this. I found a vice grip needle nose plier worked well enough. Here are three photos. First is passenger side, second tries to show where top nut goes, third is drivers side. I have then filled to 28psi and will check them this morning.



- AL59565
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


Excellent product, couldn’t be happier after having it installed for a year now. Mileage varies on the level of installation difficulty. Some reviewers find it straight forward but I personally found that connecting the bolts inside the frame to be an exercise in frustration. Eventually got it done and have been very happy with the product since.



- AL59526
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Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


I found needs to be extremely helpful. I have a 1997 Econoline 150 Ford van. It was a conversion van so lots of extra weight. The back leaf springs were obviously struggling as it rode low without a trailer or any significant load. After installing the air springs, and charging them 1/3 of capacity Or 35 PSI, the ride drastically improved. Shortly after installing them I pulled a 24 foot trailer with a medium load on it, and it drastically improved the ride compared to pulling a trailer previously. Highly recommended and cheaper than new high-quality leaf springs.



- AL59568
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


Product arrived in just a couple of days and was very easy to install. Only took an hour. When I filled the system with air I found a leak on the bag itself. Called Rebecca at etrailer and she gave me the number to air lift and she would check with me in a couple of days. I called airlift and had a new bag in two days. Rebecca did email me and ask if everything was ok. Hooked the camper up and tried it out and man did it work great. This was a great buying experience and will soon purchase the on board air compressor from etrailer



- AL59561
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


I put these on a 2013 Tacoma because I was hitting the bump stops while towing an open car hauler. The hits were harsh and dangerous and probably would have broken something. After adding the Air Lift Ride Control system no more hits off the bump stops and ride is much better when towing.



- AL59563
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


I purchased and installed this kit on my 2008 Hummer H3 Alpha to assist the rear springs for towing my heavy jet ski trailer, and it preformed flawlessly. Straightforward install, great quality product, and the bags are holding up really well to the abuse I've put them through. I definitely recommend this kit to anyone considering purchasing it for their rig.



- AL59570
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


This fixed the problem of the rear end sagging on my 2020 F150. I have a weight distributing hitch but this alone could not overcome the extra tongue weight. I installed the 2000lb kit because I did not want the ride to change from stock when not towing. The kit was easy to install and it took me about 2.5 hours to install working alone. The directions are perfect, I read them the day before and then went step by step and no detail is left up to guess work. The hardest part was grinding the edge off of the old factory jounce bumper took about 10 minutes on the bench grinder. I can now level my load and the ride is great!



- AL59501
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


It was very refreshing to speak to someone like Christopher at customer service. He answered all my questions clearly and helped in choosing the correct parts. My order arrived a day early which was a nice surprise. I will use this company first on my list. Thanks so much!!!



- AL59542
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


Very easy to install (approximately 2hrs.) On a 2002 Ford F150 4x4 Supercrew. I intend on getting a slide in camper so I think they will work perfectly for that application



- AL59565
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


The Air Lift on my chevy pickup works great. I am able to add about 70-80 lbs. of pressure when towing my camping trailer and it levels it out perfectly. Makes it pull much easier and the hitch doesn't hit rocks, etc. when going off road with the camper.



- AL59570
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


I'm very pleased with these airbags. Saved $100 versus the competition. The kit is specific to the model and year of my truck and fit perfectly. I'm 66, handy with a wrench, but not a mechanic. I completed the installation by myself in a couple of hours without a lift. The instructions are clear but I found it helpful to also watch the u-tube video as I went through the steps. (Better pictures) My F-150 has plenty of power but soft suspension which makes for a comfortable ride when empty but sat down low with a heavy trailer. I can pump up the airbags and level out the load. I made several trips with a 20' deckover trailer carrying 10,000 pounds of produce and had no problems. I'm wishing I had also purchased and installed the built-in air compressor. I will probably add it later. I air up at the farm before adding a load and I carry a twenty dollar 12 volt compressor in the tool box just in case I have an unexpected load. This doesn't add to the hauling capacity of my truck but it keeps my headlights on the road and not in the trees.



- AL59501
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


Everything went together well. Very good instructions. Now I just need to go tow and haul a few things to see how it actually works under load.



- AL59561
by:

Review from a similar Ride Control in Vehicle Suspension


They worked good...for a short while. Six months later both inflatable bags burst, so are worthless, maybe even less than worthless, as the ride is jarring when hitting bumps. I question whether this set was really intended to fit my Tacoma 4x4 (though I was assured they were & the box they came in said so). From the beginning, the air bags were a tight fit when installing, were squashed slightly off center. I filled them with just enough air to lift when I attached a loaded bumper hitch trailer. That worked fine, & much better handling with them on. After I used the trailer, I deflated air bags as much as I could. The ride was still rough. I noticed the bags were squished off to side quite a bit. I didn't pull trailer for another 6 months, but when I did hook up, I tried inflating bags. The air just blew through the bags. NOT A DURABLE PRODUCT.


Comments
You dont mention the model year of your Tacoma. According to AirLift, the bags are meant for use on suspensions that are in good repair. If the suspension is excessively worn, youll have clearance problems during installation. Also, the bags need to have a minimum of 5 psi in them. Driving on them when theyre completely deflated will damage the bags, causing them to leak. The air bags are covered by a limited lifetime warranty, please contact our Customer Service folks at 800-298-8924.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 03/09/2019

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