Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

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1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your 's rear coil spring suspension with this kit. Molded polyurethane air springs fit inside your existing coil springs for added support when hauling heavy loads. Improves handling, braking, and overall ride. Lowest Prices for the best vehicle suspension from Air Lift. Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear part number AL60732 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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- Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

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

1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your 's rear coil spring suspension with this kit. Molded polyurethane air springs fit inside your existing coil springs for added support when hauling heavy loads. Improves handling, braking, and overall ride.


Features:

  • Provides your vehicle with up to 1,000 lbs of load-leveling support, reducing strain on your rear suspension and improving both safety and ride quality
    • Designed to support your existing rear coil spring suspension when you're hauling or towing
  • 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 (with installation of dual air lines)
  • 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
  • Constructed of durable, molded polyurethane
  • Installs inside your vehicle's rear coil spring suspension
    • Manual inflation valves are typically mounted on bumper for easy access
  • Includes 2 air springs, hardware, 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 USA


Specs:

  • Load-leveling capacity: up to 1,000 lbs
    • AirLift 1000 springs will not increase your vehicle's weight-carrying capacity. Do not exceed the manufacturer's recommended weight limit.
  • Adjustable air pressure: 5 psi - 35 psi
  • Lifetime warranty
  • 60-Day satisfaction guarantee


Heavy loads can cause the back of your vehicle to sag and add unnecessary stress to your suspension. This stress not only affects your brakes in a bad way, but your tires, headlight aim and handling suffer as well. To improve your vehicle's ability to endure heavy loads, you need to add support to your existing coil springs.


Air Lift's AirLift 1000 adjustable air springs have 1,000 pounds of load-leveling capacity and are made specifically to fit inside your rear coil spring suspension for additional load assistance. You can inflate and deflate these tough, molded polyurethane helper springs as needed, ensuring the perfect amount of support for every load, every time. Easily level your vehicle front to rear, and if you run dual air lines to the air springs at installation, then you can inflate the springs independently of one another for side-to-side leveling. AirLift 1000 is a breeze to install with standard tools and comes with an easy-to-follow instruction manual.


AirLift 1000 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.


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.


Air Lift is positive that you will benefit from their air spring suspension system - so much so that they offer a 60-day satisfaction guarantee. Install and use AirLift 1000 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.



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




Video Transcript for Air Lift Air Helper Springs Installation - 2013 Toyota Sienna

Today on our 2013 Toyota Sienna, we are going to be installing the AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for coil springs on the rear of the vehicle, part number AL60732. While we are going to go ahead and run the vehicle through our test course, I am going to show you a comparison with factory suspension versus with airbags installed. You will notice how much better the vehicle handles and how much less body roll there is with the airbags installed on the vehicle. Before we install our new AirLift Air Helper springs, I'm going to go ahead and take a few measurements. This is the vehicle. This measurement here is no weight in the back of the vehicle, with factory suspension. So we will measure from the ground to the bottom of the wheel well.

We are at about 30 inches. We have gone ahead and added about 550 pounds to the back of the van. Now let's go ahead and take another measurement with the weight in the van and with the stock suspension. Now when we measure from the ground to the bottom of the wheel well, we are just over 28 inches so we have gone down approximately two inches. Now we have gone ahead and installed our airbags. We have approximately 30 psi in each of the air bags and we have put our weight back into the back of the vehicle, about 550 pounds.

We will go ahead and take another measurement. Now from the ground to the bottom of the wheel well, we are right around 29 inches. To begin our installation, we are going to need to go up underneath the vehicle. Now today, we are using a set of lifts to raise the vehicle up and we are going to be using a pole jack to raise the body of the vehicle up to open up our suspension, or to take the weight off each of the coil springs. Now at home, you can simply set your vehicle on a set of jack stands and use an additional floor jack or a jack to raise and lower the suspension as needed. We will go ahead and take our pole jack. We will slide up underneath the vehicle here.

Now as we raise our pole jack and lift the body of the vehicle up, you will notice how the coil springs are opening up. We have got a larger gap now that will allow us to slip the airbags into position. Next we are ready to prepare our airbags to be installed. Next we are going to need to take one of our airbags. Notice that there is a little plastic cap on top of the air fitting.

Go ahead and take that off for now. We are going to need to collapse the bag. Essentially, roll the bag up so that all the air is pushed out of it. Once we have it in position, we will go ahead and put the rubber cap back on it so that the bag is compressed. Now that we have our airbag compressed down, go ahead and slide it up into the spring. With our bag inside the spring, go ahead and pull the cap off so it works down to the bottom here. For now, we're going to go ahead and put our cap back on to keep anything from possibly falling into the bag. Go ahead and repeat the process over on the passenger side. Next, we are going to take our airline hose. We are going to route it up here over the top, come down through the hole, the top here of the coil spring mount. Go ahead and thread it through the protector of this piece of rubber is what it actually is. Go ahead and slide it up into position. Next, we are going to need to install one of the clamps that secures the hose to the barb. Now to install these clamps on the hose, you want to take a pair of pliers and open up the clamp. Then slide it onto the hose about like that. Now to make the hose slide onto the barb on the top of the bag a little easier, if you soak it in some hot water for a couple minutes, it will soften it up and it will slide right on real easy. Next we can go ahead and set our hot water aside. We will pull the protective rubber plug off the top of our airbag. So now that we have our air hose all the way down on the fitting, go ahead and take our pliers. We need to move the clamp down on top of it. Now that we have got our clamp seated, go ahead and pull the extra air hose up and put the protector down over the top of the valve like that. Next, we will go ahead and take our airline. We are going to route it over towards the passenger side, making sure we stay away from any areas that having moving parts, become hot, or have very sharp edges because all of these can easily damage the airline tubing. We are going to go ahead and use a few zip ties to help secure our airline tubing as we route it over to the passenger side. Now, the kit does come with hardware to where you can install two inflation valves where you can independently adjust the pressure in the airbags. Now, for this application we are going to go ahead and use the T fitting that comes with the kit and run both of our airlines together and then out to a single airline fitting to adjust the pressure in the bags. This way, when you put air in or remove air, it will give you equal pressure in both bags. Now we found when routing our airline tubing that there is a couple spots that the airline could be damaged because there is a little bit of a sharp edge. So to help protect it, we are going to use a couple sections of quarter-inch wire loom. This is part number 7509-10. Go ahead and put a couple zip ties on our line to help keep it in place. As we said earlier, we are going to be installing the T fitting into our lines that is supplied with the kit. That way, we just have one valve to inflate or deflate the bags. So we are going to go ahead and cut our airline tubing over on this side, about in this area. We will then go head and repeat the same process for the passenger side airbag for connecting the airline to it. Next, we are going to go ahead and take our airline here. We are going to cut it to length. Now that we have our length cut on both sides of the airline, we are ready to add in our T fitting. Before we do that, we are going to go ahead and take these two little clamps and slide one on each side. Now that we have our clamp installed on each airline, next we are going to need to use the hot water method again to help soften up the airline so that it slides onto the T fitting. Now that we have the one side airline installed, we can go ahead and slide the clamp down into position and then we will go ahead and repeat the process over on the other side. Now that we have each of our airbags in and the airlines routed out of the top of them, we are going to go ahead and remove this pole jack just to get it out of the way. Next, we are going to need to add another clamp to our long section of hose still. We will need to soak this in hot water, as well. This half here will connect with this half right here. Next, we will go ahead and install our airline onto the T fitting. Then we can slide the clamp up into position. Next, we are going to need to route our airline tubing to our chosen location that we will be putting the valve. Now we chose to run along the backside here on the right side of the vehicle and ultimately we are going to go to this grommet right here. Now, where this grommet is is on the bottom of the jack compartment, so we are actually going to run our wire up into where the jack is held here on the righthand side of the interior of the van at the back. There is a place in there where we will be mounting our valve, but in order to get there, we are going to need to route the airline across a couple areas that have some sharp edges. So we are going to go ahead and again slide a piece of quarter-inch wire loom over the top of the airline hose to give it a little more protection. Next we will go ahead and route our airline along the underside of the passenger side. Next we are going to need to use a couple loom clamps to help secure our wire and keep it up out of the way so that it doesn't move around too much. Now the metal loom clamp that we will be using is part number A0500. We will also be using a couple self-tapping screws to attach the clamp to the vehicle. The self-tapping screws that we will be using today are part number 101131802. Go ahead and take our loom clamp. We will put it around our airline tubing. Now we are going to attach it to the vehicle using our self-tapping screw. To make things a little easier, we are going to go ahead and use the self-tapper to get the screw hole pre-drilled so we don't twist the air tubing up at all. We will then go ahead and add our third loom clamp right up in here to help secure the airline tubing. We will figure out where we want to be at first. Now that we have our airline tubing routed to the back corner of the vehicle, while we are underneath the vehicle, we are going to go ahead and finish up the installation of our heat shield. It will go right here on the exhaust pipe, protecting the airbag from the heat from the exhaust. Now, this heat shield is bendable. You will kind of form it a little bit. Now to install these, you bend this middle pad in. Bend it back like that, creating an air space between the heat shield and the exhaust pipe. It will be something like that. Now the heat shield will attach to the exhaust using a hose clamp. Go ahead and get each of the hose clamps started. Go ahead and thread them down some, as well. I have gone ahead and tightened down one hose clamp. Go ahead and repeat the same process for the other one. You will notice we have a lot of excess hose clamp. Now to keep things from making noise and vibrating, we will just take a pair of tin snips and trim it down. Go ahead and do that for the other one, as well. Then back here at this back corner, we have routed the airline tubing through the frame. You can see we got a piece of wire loom over the hose to help protect it. Go ahead and use a zip tie here to help secure it off. We will then go up into the vehicle, and clean out the jack area so that we can gain access to this plug right here. So now we have gone ahead and opened up the rear of the hatch and we have gone ahead and cleaned out the jack from the area here on the passenger side rear. The grommet that we will be using is right here. We are just going to reach in and pull the grommet out. Then I am just going to reach underneath the vehicle, and I am going to push the airline tubing up through the grommet. Next, there is a couple different ways that you can put a hole in this grommet to allow the airline to pass through. You can cut it in half and slip it around the airline tubing, or you can take a razor knife and just cut a small little X in it allowing you to push the airline tubing through it. I think that is what we are going to do. Now we have gone ahead and pulled the airline tubing through the grommet and then slid the grommet back into position. Next we are going to go ahead and route our airline tubing up. We are going to use this hole right here to attach our valve. So we are going to go ahead and leave ourself a little bit of extra airline tubing. Go ahead and take our cutters. Cut the tubing to length. Then we need to take one of the squeeze clamps and we need to add that to the end of our airline. We will then need to soak it in the hot water again. Next we will go ahead and take our valve here, slide the air hose onto it, going to bring the clamp down. Secure that in place as well. Then we are going to take a hex nut. Thread it onto the valve. Put a star washer. We then need to reach in, put it through the fitting like that. Next we will need to add the rubber washer here on the front side. We will then put another flat washer. And finally, a hex nut. And you can put your cover onto the valve. Next we will go ahead and use a couple zip ties to help secure the airline tubing to keep things from moving around and possibly making noise. We will then go ahead and trim off any excess zip tie. Now we have gone ahead and re-installed the jack back into position. You can see right here is our valve. You can then go ahead and put the cover back on. Next we are going to go ahead and we need to fill up our airbags so that we can test for leaks. Now keep in mind that these airbags have a maximum pressure of 35 psi. With our airbags pressured up, we can go ahead and check the pressure using our gauge. Now that we have our desired pressure, next we are going to go ahead and spray down the connection points with a soapy water solution and check for bubbles. And that will do it for the installation of the AirLift 1000 Air Helper springs for coil springs in the rear of the vehicle, part number AL60732 on our 2013 Toyota Sienna. .


Customer Reviews

Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear - AL60732

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (288 Customer Reviews)

1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your vehicle's rear coil spring suspension with this kit. Molded polyurethane air springs fit inside your existing coil springs for added support when hauling heavy loads. Improves handling, braking, and overall ride.

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These installed well and seem to work well. They keep my minivan level when pulling a utility trailer, reducing instances of the tongue bottoming out when crossing aprons. 589336



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2013 Toyota Sienna

This product is an excellent value. I installed on my 2013 Toyota Sienna FWD in a couple of hours, using the instructional video as a reference. When I filled up the bags to 30 PSI and hitched up my pop-up trailer, there was no noticeable sag in the rear suspension. I have yet to take the rig out on a long trip, but first impressions are very good. 208150



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2008 Toyota Sienna

Finally got to test these out almost a year later as our Labor Day camping trip brought on the weight in our Sienna van. I have a cargo hitch loaded with about 150lbs and a fully loaded Thule top box, 100L cooler, 4 people. Last year the rear tires were deep in the wheel wells. This year I pumped them up to 28PSI to give room for possible heat changes on the east side of the state. Raised up the rear tire PSI by 3 and this combo provided a very stable ride. Van road almost perfectly level. They also hold their air. I have not once had a leak in this last year. I keep them pumped to 13psi for normal use and between 20-30psi for extra loads. Took about 3hrs to install with taking my time. Actually rather easy to do , hardest part is routing the air lines and protecting it from the elements,heat and movement. Get some of the extra accessories they offer for this install, they are cheaper and save time compared to driving to the hardware store. I didn't pay attention to them until after I was installing and decided I wanted some extra protection for the air lines and a few other things. I don't know how well these would do with more than lighter loads like a small trailer or fully loaded down vehicle. I think the higher end models might be worth a consideration if you have some more serious tasks at hand like heavy towing. Great addition to our van. 291962



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2008 Toyota Sienna

I have a 2008 Sienna and did the older install where the valves were mounted to the hitch, rather than through the car jack area. I also used wire loom 1/4" diameter throughout the install for extra protection and used metal loom clamps with self drilling screws as the install video showed for 2006 Sienna's. The install took about an hour once I figured everything out. I didn't do the tee fitting with only one valve because it was plastic, but I heard you can order a brass tee that might be more durable. However, since one line is longer than the other to my valves, I notice that it is difficult to completely sync up the psi, so I would do the tee fitting if I do on another vehicle. I didn't measure exactly, but definitely with the eye test the Air Lift system kept the back end up under a heavy load with hitch mount bike rack loaded with 4 bikes. I could also feel less sag and bounce when going over bumps and a more stable ride under load. So far so good, we'll see how all the parts last when they have to go through a few winters. But for now, works great. 220032



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2006 Toyota Sienna

This was the easiest install I've ever done! One hour on a 06 Sienna. The video made it simple. The van drives great with only passengers so far. Roll has been reduced tons. This is the 4th time I've ordered from etrailer. The directions on all the products has been great. Videos are spot on. 227466



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2013 Toyota Sienna

Just what I needed on my Toyota Van. This combined with my Curt Weight Distribution Hitch makes towing my Wolf Pup travel trailer all good! Nice and level now. Easy to install too. I kind of like leaving pressure in them even when not towing to reduce body roll on the van. I ran two separate air hoses on mine so pressure can’t move from one side to the other. 576417



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Toyota Sienna

I am very satisfied with this setup, installed quickly and easily. The van rides and handles better weather empty or full, and it really is nice to not have everyone flashing me at night when the whole family is in the car(low beams). I installed these on my Sienna AWD van, and did invert them so the air connections were at the top of the spring for better air hose routing. In doing so, I lost the shims. The best part was that I emailed AirLift customer service to see if I could purchase the shims. Let's just say I am more than impressed with their response. You dont find customer service like this, they were responsive, and sent me new spacers asap. I would highly recommend these to anyone. 54148



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2006 Toyota Sienna

Been running these for a year with no problems. Just transported about 1,000lbs of stuff in my 2006 Sienna. Before I left I made sure the bags were at 35psi. Van hardly sagged at all. Great addition to a vehicle I use regularly to haul stuff and tow a tent trailer. Installation was moderately difficult. I mounted the shraeder valve next to the fuel fill-up behind the fuel door. I check it every time I change the oil. Seems to lose about 10psi over 5 months. 290500



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2011 Toyota Sienna

There are 6 in our family and we like to play on our vacations. Which means lots of people and stuff in and on our mini-van, and a bike rack with 5 bikes on the back (and one bike inside). Our old Toyota Sienna clearly sagged under the burden, so when we got a 2011 Sienna which has a lower bumper to begin with, I was nervous about how it would handle everything, and particularly with the bike rack out back if it might even scrape the ground at times (bottom of hills, speed bumps...). I purchased these to help the suspension. They installed relatively easily, and we took our first trip of about 450 miles to Cape Cod and all went well. We had minimal if any noticeable drop in the back of the van, even fully loaded with all six of us, a full rooftop carrier, 5 bikes on the back, and extra seating inside (van sits 8) folded down and that available space also packed. We have only had these for a few weeks and I am a bit of a perfectionist, so these may very well deserve an excellent mark. The only thing that is keeping me from that is that I have only had them for a little while, so if they keep performing as they have so far, I would grade them as excellent. 90454


Comments

One year in and they are working very well. I did not test them terribly much this past year, but I have to say what we have done has all gone very well. I am very happy with this purchase and have no complaints.

Brian H - 01/23/2015

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2012 Toyota Sienna

Awersome product no more hitch Hitting driveway with full load. Did do one mod replaced plastic tee fitting to brass one. No more leaking air. 137011


Comments

What size tee does it take?

-- comment by: Dave - 07/25/2014

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You can use the Firestone Union Tee # F3025-1
Firestone Union Tee for 1/4" Tubing
$11.80
in place of the plastic T-fitting that AirLift Provides. We have used this several times on the installs here in our shop.

-- Rachael H - 7/25/2014


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2004 Toyota Sienna

Very easy hook-up, no problems with unit. Balances trailer weight wonderfully. Smooth, even when turning. Also dampens sway of trailer. 450515



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2008 Toyota Sienna

Great product. Instalation of airlines over nipples is tight. I used a heat gun to slightly soften the tubing and that made instalation much easier. I highly recomend if doing any towing or hauling heavy items in back of a van or passenger car. 424960


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Air bags are still working great. They make a huge improvement in handling when I am towing my little trailer or weighted down with luggage. They do bleed off over a few months time but it really is a non issue.

Brian C - 08/28/2018

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2016 Toyota Sienna

I ordered this kit , they got it out the same day. Received in 2 days! I live in Hawaii! Excellent service. Product: I was skeptical because the hose provided seemed cheapy... but man it’s been holding up beautifully!! I’m a soundman I load 2 mains, 2 subs, 5 monitors, and a full backline in a 2016 sienna!! So far so good! Reason for 4 stars is I wish the kit came with an L bracket to mount the fill valve stem. 564089



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2010 Toyota Sienna

These airlifts have been terrific. I have them on a 2006 Toyota sienna minivan . If you have one you know how low they ride. I raise and lower the pressure according to the situation. For routine driving I keep the pressure around 10 and will raise it up to 35 if there's a heavy load or with towing. We tow a medium-size pop up camper. They have been terrific with reducing any scraping of the hitch. Installation was quite easy, just follow the videos. I did modify the tube routing. Did not join them together but took each individual airlift tube straight out to the front of the tire. There are these little "pockets" in front of each tire. I just ran each line straight to that little pocket and then stick the The valves right into the pocket. It has worked great. I do find that when I have it on lower pressure that there is a slight squeak from the airlifts. I assume this is due to the fact that they're able to move around more at the lower pressure. 431067


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I have now been using the airlifts for a year. We have towed our pop-up several thousand miles. The airlifts continue to work flawlessly. However, for towing the airlifts do not do any weight distribution. For that you need a weight distribution hitch. I am just using my air lifts for now, but considering a weight distribution hitch. Even with that would still need the airlifts for heavy loads.

Michael D - 09/11/2018

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2013 Toyota Sienna

Just installed it and have not had a chance to really use it yet. Install was pretty simple. The hardest part really was trying to figure out how to route the passenger side tubing away from the exhaust. I did it with a floor jack on one side and then the other. I went ahead and used the "T" valve with one Schrader valve and drilled a whole in the bracket that the trailer wiring secures to. Took about 30-45 min not including drilling the hole in the bracket. 180078



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2011 Toyota Sienna

I've had this product installed on my 2011 Sienna, and it has worked great at keeping my headlights where they belong on the road. I keep about 10# of air in them and they don't affect the ride at all. ANd they keep the back end from sinking when i hook up my boat. 426756


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Every thing is working just great. I purchased these items so that I could tow my boat with my Sienna van. All the items fit perfectly and are preforming as I had hoped. Thanks

Bill L - 09/01/2018

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2014 Toyota Sienna

The functionality of this product is awesome! we literally use it every day. It has been leak free for almost a year but after just 3 weeks the flimsy heat shield gave up the ghost - we ended up using an exhaust wrap in its place and that seems to be a better solution than the one provided..with that said we've taken the system on multiple outings / trips and camping with no issues at all...only reason for the 4 stars is the heat shield which is easily fixed. 264506


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After about a year of use we found that one of the bags was leaking - we replaced it with a new bag and its working again as intended...one note if the air line isnt perfectly cut it will leak...also we added some 3M 4200 at the connection and this stuff is awesome for fixing small leaks and should be added during initial install

Tony A - 07/06/2017

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Totally Love the Product! 725106



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2018 Toyota Sienna

I used this kit on a 2018 Sienna to help support the back springs while towing a ~2500 lb pop-up camper. Installation was straightforward and it has held up well so far, and definitely helps with rear end sag. Be aware that it doesn't help with weight distribution. The only minor issue is that the air filler valve / hardware rusts. Not a big deal, but it looks bad up close. Note: On my 2018 Sienna (and I think on most/all model year Siennas) they should be installed with the air inlet pointing up. The instructions indicate the air inlet should point down, but doing so results in the air hose being exposed to damage from the ground/terrain. 717440



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2017 Toyota Sienna

I used these airbags on my 2017 Toyota Sienna AWD. I have towed a motorcycle trailer, with 2 motorcycles attached to it, 6 of us in the van, the van loaded with luggage and the 21 cubic foot cargo box on the roof for over 4,000 km with no issues. The van rear suspension only dipped 0.5”. The van drove like normal and there was no difference in ride comfort. 706631



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I had my favorite mechanic install the air bag system. After 6 months of use, the driver’s side bag developed a hole. This appears to be from interference with the coil spring in which the bag fits. I ordered a replacement kit from E/trailer but have yet to install the new bag. The system worked great as long as the bags maintain their integrity. But, I’m disappointed in the poor longevity of the product. 700449



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Purchased to reinforce suspension for towing a camper. Install was easy. Product has worked as advertised. Great purchase. 699660



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The product is excellent has held up with not a problem! I’m very satisfied with it and would recommend it to anyone! 681990



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2012 Toyota Sienna

I have been using the Air Lift system on my 2012 Toyota Sienna for one year now and it is amazing. I pressurize the system to approximately 25 PSI any time I am hauling heavy items in the back of the vehicle or if I have a trailer or camper attached. Without the Air Lift system, my van used to drop in the rear with any sort of weight and handled horribly while driving; with the Air Lift system, the van stays level and handles like it does without the additional weight! 681508



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The product is holding up great. (Pun intended). The van doesn’t sag in rear then loaded with all the kids and I can add a little pressure to keep it level when we are towing. Thank you etrailer for all the reality and support you have to help help us install the products you sell. 665892



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2015 Toyota Sienna

I installed this kit on a 2015 Toyota Sienna van. The airbags were easy to get into the coils. I was able to install the bags with the van on ramps. The hose was plenty long to reach to the back of the van and the included hardware worked pretty well. I fabricated a mounting plate for the Schrader valve and mounted it to the hitch at the rear of the van. When inflated and the van is unloaded, ride quality does not seem to be impacted. 663905



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2018 Toyota Sienna

I ordered this a few nights ago in anticipation of weighing down my wife's 2018 Sienna with a Lolo rack (heavy bike rack that holds 6 bikes), a Thule topper, and 5 people and camping gear. I installed it myself with the help of my 12 year old son and a 2 ton floor jack. It took about an hour. I routed the tubing and used the T-joint to have them both inflate the same. I did not need the heat shield which is included but I was glad it was there just in case. The amount of tubing in the package is more than enough to route along a path that is plenty far from the muffler. When we started, the car was almost 30 inches from ground to top center rear wheel well. When I put the rack and bikes and 4 people in the Sienna, it sank almost an inch. When I installed the AirLift, it went up almost an inch, at 35 lbs. I don't mind the extra inch knowing we'll be loading it down, but I will take advantage of the central valve to let some air out when we finish the trip so it rides at its normal height. I suspect the Airlift will allow us to settle down to the normal driving height when the vehicle is fully loaded. Probably the most important thing to say is that this product is certainly something a person can install themselves if they have a few tools and a little bit of courage. Please PLEASE secure the car so it doesn't fall off the jack, for your sake. Mine didn't, and I don't want yours to. Your mechanic could install this in less than an hour. 660442



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2007 Toyota Sienna

These worked great on our 2007 Sienna. They were shipped without the spacers but a quick call to the factory resolved that issue. 633596



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2019 Toyota Sienna

I'm putting these on a new vehicle because they worked so well on the last one. Install is easier than ever. 611440



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I installed them on my minivan. When towing with a fully loaded van and trailer the air springs prevent and dragging of the hitch when going over dips and approaches. I use some air line sealant and I have yet to add any additional air. 607866



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Great product works great with my van 607654



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2013 Toyota Sienna

Fast shipping 584516



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Toyota Sienna

Been using them for a year now and they have not given me any problems. They really helped keep the back end of our '08 Sienna from sinking too low when pulling our travel trailer (1750lbs). Would not hesitate to get them if your're thinking about it, I'm glad we did! 557324



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2012 Toyota Sienna

Easy to install. Do what they are supposed to do. 554168



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2017 Toyota Sienna

Air Lift AirLift 1000 kit works perfectly on my 2017 Toyota Sienna XLE. Installation was just easy after reviewing online video. Take your time to route the air hose from the heat source, moving parts, and hidden. Bend the the heat shield, too. It took me an hour for the installation and leak tests. My van towed heavy loaded trailers at 30 psi and full loaded van at 20 psi; vehicle levels from front to rear, no more rear sagging. Great product! 548255



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2008 Toyota Sienna

I am very happy with my AirLift 1000 air bag kit. Everything I needed was included and installation was easy. I was on a vehicle hoist when I did the installation. It made a huge difference while towing my pop-up in stopping my trailer hitch from scraping the ground when I go through a dip into a parking lot. The hitch on my 08 Sienna is much lower than most vehicles. Even without the trailer the van rides well. Better than I had hoped for. 543077



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Installation was straightforward. Brought the rear of the van back to level when using hitch-mounted bike carrier. Visible hardware shows rust soon after installation. 541036



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2009 Toyota Sienna

Terrific videos make it so easy to inst all. 499608



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Worked well, easy to install. The instructional video really helped!! 470020



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2012 Toyota Sienna

I installed these air bags on my 2012 Toyota Sienna SE to assist my rear suspension in hauling my 1800lb Casita trailer. They work like a charm! The back of my van is no longer sagging under the weight of the trailer and the ride is much smoother! 459114


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Im still happy with my purchase!

Monica - 12/12/2018

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2006 Toyota Sienna

Installed the airlift kit today. The instructional video was a great help. It looks professional and was easy to install. The airlift kit makes a big difference in how the vehicle rides. 456624


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Ended up selling the van

Karl - 12/02/2018

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2004 Toyota Sienna

great product. great experience. I was short on time and had my local mechanic install the airbags. They work great! 404883



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This should be standard on Sienna's. Works perfectly 404285



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2015 Toyota Sienna

Easy to install. Works like a charm! I am not dragging on the road anymore! 10/10 would buy again. 371880



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2004 Toyota Sienna

It installed just as the video showed. It took me about one and a half hour start to finish. The ride in my van is great. It took away the sway. I haven't pulled my trailer yet but I'm sure it will be fine. I suggest these air lift kits to anyone putting extra weight in their vehicle. Steve 359209


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No problems

Steve M - 03/27/2018

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2017 Toyota Sienna

I purchased the Draw-Tite hidden trailer hitch, Airlift 1000 air springs and tail light wiring kit for my 2017 AWD Sienna. Reviews were correct, the hitch looks great and you should bend the tabs during installation to get it in. I also purchased the wiring kit for trailer lights (pain to install but worth it) and the Airlift 1000 additional load supports that should help with a full load. The air springs were surprisingly easy to install especially when you are already installing the hitch and wiring kit. Recommend doing it all at once (wiring kit first, then hitch, then air lift springs). etrailer has been over the top on customer service. Shipped quick, checked after it arrived and love the website! Already placed another order for more accessories! (get the cargo bag ahead of time with free shipping if you are going to use a cargo hitch) 360092



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2008 Toyota Sienna

I use my sienna minivan for window covering business. These helped to bring the rear ride height back up when loaded. Improved handling of vehicle when loaded. Does lose pressure over time. wish i would have purchased the air compressor. 348308



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2016 Toyota Sienna

Quality service good price 342150



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Toyota Sienna

Great product. Loaded down the van and performance was great. Van was a sienna 337587



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2006 Toyota Sienna

Worked perfectly for my light duty application in 2006 Toyoda Sienna. With Skybox on top, packed vehicle and 250lb of bike rack/bikes the AirLift made my van's stance firm, cornering better and weight on front tires. I ran tubing to a single access point on back rack and fabricated a metal plate for trailer lighting and nipple for bags. I wish I had opted for a pre-made mounting point - my metal plate was not as pleasing to the eye... 331159


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  • I have two options for the limited ground clearance you have on your 2017 Toyota Sienna. The first option as you mentioned would be to install a different trailer hitch. The trailer hitch we have for your Sienna that will offer the most ground clearance is the EcoHitch Hidden Trailer Hitch Receiver part # 306-X7255 which from the ground to the top of the inside edge of the receiver tube is 13-1/4". The other option you have will prevent the hitch from scraping the ground but it will...
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  • The Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs part # AL60732 which is a confirmed fit for your 2016 Toyota Sienna will not raise the ride height of your vehicle. It will however prevent the rear of the vehicle from sagging while attached to a trailer which will therefore give you additional ground clearance. If you have a 2" trailer hitch receiver on your Sienna then you can use the Ultra-Fab Steel Roller part # UF48-979020 to prevent the receiver tube from scraping on...
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  • Comparing the Timbren and Air Lift Suspension Enhancement Kits for a 2008 Toyota Sienna
  • Both the Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement # TTORSEN04 and the Air Lift 1000 Helper Springs # AL60732 work in conjunction with the rear coil springs of your 2008 Toyota Sienna van. The Timbren system uses 2 Aeon hollow rubber springs that fit inside the Sienna's coil spring. The rubber spring provides additional support by increasing resistance between the upper rubber spring and the lower mount that is attached to rear axle. So, when weight is added to the rear of the van, the Timbren...
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  • Is There Risk of Rollover When Installing Air Lift # AL60732 With Single Fill Valve on 2006 Sienna
  • Actually, that's an excellent question that I've always been curious about as well. I spoke with my Air Lift representative about your concerns about using the Tee fitting when installing their # AL60732 air suspension on your 2006 Toyota. Installing the system using the tee fitting and the single Schrader valve as a filling point CAN allow air to migrate from one spring to the other, but my representative tells me that your Sienna will still have the coil springs in place to provide...
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  • Suspension Enhancement Recommendations for 2012 Toyota Sienna
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  • Will Air Lift Suspension Enhancement System Increase Tongue Weight Capacity On 2015 Toyota Sienna
  • Using a suspension enhancement system like the AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs, part # AL60732 will not increase the load-carrying or tongue weight capacity of your 2015 Sienna. These are designed to help cushion heavy loads and help keep the vehicle level. This air pressure in this system can be adjusted between 5 psi and 35 psi. This system will give you up to 1,000-lbs of support and help prolong the suspension of your Sienna. If you want to be able to adjust the level of air...
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  • Air Lift 1000 Air Helper for Coil Springs Installation Hose on Top or Bottom?
  • The Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear # AL60732 can be installed for the air hose to be installed from the top or the bottom. The installation instructions give you the air hose routing from the bottom, but we have found the installation from the top to be easier in order to protect that air line. Their installation video of this product also uses the installation where the hose comes from the top.
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  • Rear Coil-Rite Helper Springs for a 2013 Toyota Sienna Do Not Require a Heat Shield
  • The Coil-Rite helper springs # F4155 fit inside of the rear coil springs on your 2013 Toyota Sienna. The exhaust is not close enough to cause any problems. Also, the coil springs themselves would also help dissipate any heat. I have included a link to a video showing an example installation for you. Like you said, the Air Lift springs # AL60732 do come with a heat shield as a fail safe. I have linked a video of this kit as well. The Air Lift system is a good value so if the heat shield...
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  • Weight Distribution, Rear Suspension, and Brakes for Towing Pop-Up Camper with 2013 Toyota Sienna
  • The specific products you need are primarily going to be determined by the weight of your pop-up camper. Weight distribution is needed (or at least strongly recommended) in some cases, usually when towing a particularly heavy trailer. You would likely benefit from a weight distribution system if: -Your loaded trailer weight is more than 50% of your vehicle's weight -The rear of your tow vehicle sags when the trailer is hooked up, or if the tow vehicle's headlights point upward -You...
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  • Installation Difficulty for AirLift 1000 Rear Helper Springs, part # AL60732, in 2004 Toyota Sienna
  • To install the AirLift 1000 Rear Helper Springs, part # AL60732, in your 2004 Toyota Sienna you will need to either jack up the rear of the vehicle or raise it on a hoist and support the vehicle frame with safety stands. This is necessary to allow the rear suspension to fully extend for insertion of the helper springs. It is not necessary to dismantle the suspension system. Apart from this you will need only basic tools. Installation consists of slipping the deflated air spring cylinder...
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  • Recommended Air Suspension System For 2005 Toyota Sienna For Towing
  • The first thing you want to do is make sure you are not overloading the trailer or the back of your Sienna, causing it to sag. From the measurements we have taken with hitch installations on vehicles like yours, there should be at least 7 inches of clearance between the bottom of the hitch and the ground. We may be able to recommend something that will help you out when you are towing. If your suspension is in good working order I recommend installing a suspension enhancement system...
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  • Suspension Enhancement Fit for 2014 Toyota Sienna AWD
  • I have a solution for you, but unfortunately the Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs # F4155 are not confirmed to fit your 2014 Toyota Sienna AWD. I spoke with my contact at Firestone and he confirmed they do not list this kit as a fit for the AWD Sienna. For a coil spring suspension enhancement system, I recommend the Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs # AL60732 because they are confirmed to fit your Sienna AWD and are similarly designed to the Firestone air bags....
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  • Will Air Lift Helper Springs Help Rear End Sag On 2010 Toyota Sienna When Carrying Bikes
  • The Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs, part # AL60732, are designed to fit your 2010 Toyota Sienna. They will help prevent the rear end sag you have when your have your bikes all loaded up. These air bag fit inside the coil springs on your Sienna and will help reduce the stress on your Sienna suspension. I have attached a link to an installation video for this system on a Sienna you can check out. For easier control of the air spring system, I recommend the Air Lift Load Controller...
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  • Comparing the Timbrens and Air Lift Airbags for a 2014 Toyota Sienna
  • In order to help support the weight of the hitch mounted bike rack on your 2014 Toyota Sienna, I recommend using the Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs part # AL60732 over the Timbren Rear Suspension Enhancement System part # TTORSEN04. The reason for this is because the Timbrens are only going to engage once the threshold of your suspension is reached. The weight of your bike rack and four bikes might not allow for this so you will want to use the Air Lift airbags...
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  • Recommended Weight Distribution/Sway Control System for 2010 Toyota Sienna
  • For a camper trailer towed by a passenger van like your 2010 Toyota Sienna the best handling-enhancement item is usually going to be a weight distribution/sway control system, rather than a vehicle suspension enhancement kit. Weight distribution (WD) moves some of the trailer's tongue weight (TW) forward onto the Sienna's front axle; this restores steering and braking performance and reduces rear end squat. A system with built-in sway control will also help reduce the trailer's tendency...
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  • Which Air Lift Suspension Kit Fits 2005 Toyota Sienna that Has Coil Springs
  • We do have Air Lift suspension kits that fit your 2005 Toyota Sienna like the AirLift 1000 kit part # AL60732 but the 5000 series is not a fit for your vehicle due to the coil suspension. This specific kit is for trucks. I attached a picture and install video for this kit on a 2005 Sienna just like yours as well for you to check out. Basically the bag slips between coils of the spring.
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  • Rear Axle Air Spring Kit and Compressor Kit for 2013 Toyota Sienna AWD
  • Yes, the Air Lift rear-axle air bag suspension kit # AL60732 will fit your 2013 Toyota Sienna with all wheel drive and it also fits the 2WD models as well. An installation video and the written instructions are linked for you. This type of helper spring kit can go a long way toward reducing the rear-end sag in vehicles like the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey that tend to have low-slung suspensions. This kit will provide useful stiffening of the rear suspension to help reduce bottoming...
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  • Additional Items Needed to Tow Sportsmen Classic with 2013 Toyota Sienna
  • It looks like you have done your research! According to the information found on page 801 in the owner's manual, for trailer's with brakes the 2013 Toyota Sienna has a Trailer Weight Rating (TWR) of 3,500 lbs. The TWR includes the actual weight of the trailer as well as the weight of your cargo. Toyota also states that the gross trailer weight should be distributed so that the tongue weight is 9 to 11 percent of the trailer's weight. With this being said, the Sportsmen Classic that...
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  • Recommended Suspension Enhancement for 2009 Sienna XLE with Küat NV 4 & Loaded for a Trip
  • Sounds like your Sienna would benefit from some rear suspension like the Air Lift # AL60732 or the Timbren # TTORSEN04. The Draw-Tite hitch # 75237 on the 2009 Toyota Sienna model should sit at a height of 11-1/2 inches from the ground to top of the inside of the receiver with no cargo or passengers. On page 542 of your owner's manual, I was able to find a chart with your vehicle's weight capacity, this includes occupants and luggage. I have linked the page and weight capacities...
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  • Recommended Air Lift Helper Springs for 2005 Toyota Sienna
  • The Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear # AL60732 are a confirmed fit for your 2005 Toyota Sienna 2WD. We don't recommend installing the air bags in any way other than the manufacturer specifies. The kit does come with the t-connector if you choose to use one Schrader valve instead of two. I've attached an installation video to assist. You also have the option of adding an onboard compressor like # AL25592 to monitor and adjust your air pressure.
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  • Suspension Solution for Low Ground Clearance from Hitch on 2018 Toyota Sienna
  • The popular Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey passenger vans share the trait of having a pretty low stance with not much ground clearance - even before you bolt on a hitch like the Draw-Tite # 76112. By the time you add the weight of passengers and a hitch-mounted cargo load you can end up with several inches less clearance. The solution to stiffen the van's rear suspension to reduce this sagging is an air bag kit # AL60732 from AirLift. This fits both 2WD and 4WD versions and installation...
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  • Do AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for 2013 Toyota Sienna Get Installed Protector on Top or Bottom
  • You can install the Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs # AL60732 on your 2013 Toyota Sienna with the protector on either top or bottom, depending on the direction you want the air hose to be. The protector will be on the bottom if you have the air hose stem facing the bottom (like in the linked directions I added) or it can be on top, like in the linked install video of these springs on a '13 Sienna.
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