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Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

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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. Great Prices for the best vehicle suspension from Air Lift. Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear part number AL60815 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Air Lift Vehicle Suspension - AL60815

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

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.


  • Provides 1,000 lbs of load-leveling support to improve safety and ride quality
    • Supports 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 and maintains headlight aim
    • Reduces tire wear and OEM suspension strain
  • Diminishes sway and absorbs road shock to improve stability and ride quality
  • Lets you manually adjust air pressure for even load distribution and support
    • Inflate each spring independently to level off-center loads (with installation of dual air lines)
  • Constructed of durable, molded polyurethane
  • Installs inside your vehicle's rear coil spring suspension
  • Includes 2 air springs, 2 heat shields, tubing, Schrader valves, and hardware
  • Add a compressor system (sold separately) to monitor and adjust air pressure
  • Made in the USA


  • 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.

60815 Air Lift 1000 Air Bag Suspension Support System for Coil Springs - Back

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Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear - AL60815

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1040 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.

2012 Honda Odyssey

Installed the airlift 1000 system four days ago. Didn’t have access to a car lift so I installed on the ground by jacking up and installing one side at a time. Had plenty room to work with. Routed air line up the driver side rear corner and in through my Odyssey’s rear taillight into my rear storage compartment inside the vehicle. I made a small brass manifold with a 0 to 60 gauge so I can easily monitor and manage pressure. Gauges don’t lie! So far, it’s perfect! I’ll be towing a can-am Spyder on a trailer in April. Can’t wait to put this system to work.

2008 Honda Odyssey

Just installed my new set of air bags (AL60815 Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs) on my 2008 Odyssey.
I purchased this model as a replacement to the previous air bags (F4179 Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs) that I purchased from etrailer four years ago.
I had to replace them because this winter one of the push on fittings broke off one of the air bags.
I have been using those air bags for four years towing my 2200 lbs tent trailer.
The only complaint I had was that sometimes air would seep out after towing for a few hours. I suspected it was from the push on fittings.
That was the reason I choose this model as they have barb fittings and spring clamps. Very positive connections and tight fits.

Installation was very easy as all the holes in the tables were already done from the last install.
1. Somethings to keep in mind, if your shocks are a few years old consider changing them at the same time.
2. Remember to support the table with a jack while removing and installing the retaining bolt for the table. Failure to do that will damage the threads on the bolt and rapidly decompress the spring.
3. When drilling the hole in the table don’t rush. Centering the hole so the valve on the air bag does not force against the edge is very important. Luckily there is a template in the instructions booklet.
4. Running the air line to the passenger side bag can be done through the center cross member.

I mounted my valve inside the van to keep it clean and out of the way. Using the tee to connect both bags to a single valve will facilitate inflation and ensure they are both at the same pressure.

I will be ordering another set of these air bags when I replace this Odyssey with a newer model in a few years.
Kit is very complete. All the parts I needed and did not have to run to the auto parts store.
Didn't use the heat shield because where I ran the line it is protected from the exhaust pipe.



Great so far. I had the opportunity to use them all last summer pulling my pop up. Never had an issue of leaking fittings. Very happy with the product. Will definitely purchase again when I trade in my current Odyssey for a newer one in a few years.


The Air Lift 1000 helper springs have been working out quite well for the most part however they have somehow acquired a super slow leak so every once in a while I have to put a little air in them...other than that they help my vehicles tremendously when towing or carrying heavy weight!


Installed on my 2015 Honda Odyssey (installed for 1 year now) and they work wonderfully! Primary use-case was to help when fully loaded for a road trip including 4-5 bikes on the hitch rack. I used to clench my cheeks whenever I would see a slight dip in the road under these conditions because the stock suspension would just bounce off the bump stops and oscillate for a bit. I would also drag the bike tires when pulling out of parking lots because the rear sagged so much. With the airbags installed, rear ride height is much improved and LOVE hitting those dips in the road because they just get soaked up! It's amazing!

Installation wasn't too bad, but I did get some squeaking for the first several months as the airbags do rub up against the springs. The only thing I still want to change is to add either a valve to isolate Right from Left or just plumb the two lines separately in order to increase roll stiffness.

I don't feel like the on-board pumps would be necessary because even when I leave them fully inflated to 35 PSI, the ride is not uncomfortably stiff. Great product.

2009 Ford Flex

Worked great, just as expected. But it was considerably more difficult to install the airsprings on our Honda van that it was on our Ford Flex. That's Honda's fault, but still a potential issue.



Its been a year and the lift bags are still working great. Absolutely no issues.

2014 Honda Odyssey

Wish instructions showed more detail. Wasn’t sure it was all correct and I do automotive work a lot. The upper area where air bag sits is unclear. Also the air bag moves in the bottom and it’s hard to ensure you have it all lined up and not damaging the bag connector. I think there should be a base with a nipple that the bag sits it to ensure proper placement and no damage to bag.

2012 Honda Odyssey

It made a HUGE improvement on drivability and handling. Install was easy and it's Absolutely worth it.

2005 Honda Pilot

Hard to install, don't be fooled. I could have done it I figured but [for lack of time] I delivered it to my auto shop for the work. This is a high quality shop with good mechanics I trust. It took them 5 hrs to include replacing tie rod bolts on a Honda Pilot that were rusted on; had to be released. They said whole axle had to be lowered down to install these bags. The upside is these units are high quality (so far) and seem to work well. In the Honda Pilot, towing a 1575 Lance trailer, they are totally needed as the back end settles all the way down with tongue weight. I'd actually like Gen 2 of these bags to be taller too. Your SUV probably will too and if you're reading this you're on the right track to solve this problem. I'd buy these again but factor in time/expense for the install.

2016 Honda Odyssey

Product was easy to install on my 2016 odyssey, I ran the lines to two valves and plumbed them to mount onto the side plate of the new trailer hitch I installed for a really clean and accessible install. Be prepared with a good drill, impact gun and high quality drill bits but the online installation videos make this install a breeze. I didnt even look at the instructions provided with the kit thanks to the videos from etrailer.

2012 Honda Odyssey

I installed the air lift I purchased into my 2012 Odyssey today. The install went well but I wanted to point out 2 things:
First, since the under side of a 2012 rear control arm isn't exposed, it should be noted in the instructions that the air line must be secured to the airbag before reinstalling the coil spring and reconnecting the control arm bolt.

Also, to avoid the exhaust pipe altogether the air tubing can be run through the lower control arms and center frame section, all etrailer would have to do is supply 2 small grommets to prevent wear.

I included a picture of the installed airbag and a picture of the tubing running through the center frame section.



These were a great addition to my van. Install was simple, results were surprising. At the recommended 5psi the ride is original quality, at max PSI they are stiff and the rear end rises nicely. I use my van for hauling people and stuff, I find this keeps the ride level and compliant. Overall I am a big fan. Thank you!



Still no complaints after using for 2 years. Installed in December 2020 and they hold pressure perfectly. Only minor issue is if it’s in for service on a lift, the bags will shift and rub on the spring and make a slight noise. I just adjust it when I get home and it’s fine. Very pleased and the value for the money is amazing!

Honda Odyssey

I just arrived on my 938 mile first trip today with the new air bags. I had myself my wife 2 kids and the back loaded even had to remove 3rd row seats 2nd row middle seat was in. Total weight in the van was 1196LBS passengers and cargo. Had a hitch carrier total weight with carrier 226LBS. Total weight of 1422LBS. Over the 1340LBS max load but I removed the rear seats which weighted in at 128 LBS so I was at 1294LBS total. 46LBS under max weight. So I tested these things first trip. Van sat 1- 3/4"lower than normal ride height at 35 psi. Rear side skirt was 1" lower than the front with everything and everyone loaded. Had a friend measure.

The van drove great the van took bumps on the interstate and didn't bounce all over. It made the rear stable and very little lean. Airbags made it a night and day difference in a stable ride.

Besides having to remember the van doesnt hace acceleration you have to remember not to jerk the wheel cause though it helps keep the rear more planted it also gives the feel as there is no weight in the rear so sudden changes can make the rear shimmy. Turns with that weight feel solid but take more direction of the steering wheel to compensate.

Overall this product is the best $ I have spent on this van for road trips. I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND if you road trip heavyweight.
Air bags were set at 35psi dropped to 30.5psi by the end of the trip directions said this would happen as they were installed 2 days before the trip and had 25 miles on them. I didn't connect them together but separately was faster and I like the idea of adjustable height left to right. Took about 3hrs to install from start of getting tools ready to clean up and first test drive. That's with my 5yr old wanting to help by stealing my sockets. Easy to install as long as your the hands on type springs are NOT a joke to mess around with.

I drove from Chicago IL to Fort Worth TX and kept a 70 mile hr pace with ease. Slowing for hills and sharp turns on the interstate only. I would recommend if you are adding these for loading up your Oddy to also upgrade to a better rotor and Brake Pad to help with the braking distance. Recommend EBC rotors and EBC RED Pads . Any questions asked I will try to anwser.

2018 Honda Odyssey

I have waited to do a reveiw on this until I had some mileage on them. My issue was too much sag in my 2007 Honda Odyssey when loaded. I very often have three or four bikes on a hitch platform rack plus camping gear, one or two adults and two kids. That load was just too much for the stock suspension, particularily the leverage generated by a platform bike rack carrying three or four bikes..

I first tried the SumoSprings on the van. I liked the idea that this could be easily added or removed as my needs dictated. The SumoSprings improved the sag but 4 bikes plus luggage on a 2500 mile trip showed that we were still sagging too much for my liking. I took the SumoSprings out had had the air bags installed by a local garage. I used two air lines with the schraeder valves sticking out of the bottom of the bumper on one side.

I change the air pressure using a bike pump. This is very quick and easy to do. I normally leave 18psi in the bags when running empty and raise to 30 to 35 psi when I am going to be carrying a load. 18 psi to 35 psi takes four or five strokes with the pump per bag. Not hard at all.

So far I have carried three bikes on my platform rack plus a full load of camping gear on a number of occasions. With the bags inflated to the rated 35 psi, the van sits completely level with the camping/bike load. The ride when loaded is pretty much equal to the ride empty without the bags but keeping in mind that the van handles differently due to the weight and leverage of the bikes hanging off of the rear. Empty I settled on the 18 psi as I am most happy with the ride of the van at that pressure.

This solved my issues completely. Nothing bad to say about the SumoSprings, they just were not enough support for what I needed.

Shipping from etrailer was quick and easy.



The service from you folks is simply fantastic. There has been one development that is negative for the airbags. The hardware, most specifically, spring clips that attach the air tubing are not stainless steel or not a high enough grade as they are rusting and one side no longer stays on very well. I live in Wisconsin so they live in a very salty environment but the clips are not really robust enough for life under a vehicle coated in salt. I will have to find replacements. Other than this issue, the bags have been fantastic

Honda Odyssey

No problem with bags. We did hear noise when bags rub on springs. I lubricate the bags with silicone twice now and noise goes away.
Web site indicated that everything we ordered was appropriate for our Honda Odyssey, BUT apparently the air bags were not. The carton the bags came in did not list what vehicles the bags were compatible with, so we assumed they were correct. They were not.
When I contacted the company I told them we were sending them back and expected an even exchange. It took several challenges before they helped us with credit for our return. They eventually did thanks to a logical trusting lady.

2007 Honda Odyssey

I bought this product to provide a little more stability when towing our tent trailer. The product was relatively easy to install an inflated easily. The biggest issue is with the hose connections. They simply do not hold tight. I have had the hose come off twice at the air bag even though it was fully attached. Also, you need to have a pump with you as the bags do leak air and need to be pumped up a few hours of towing. I checked my installation and can't make the connections any tighter.

Etrailer Expert

Mike L.


Youll want to make sure the barbs on the connectors and air bags are perfectly clean and dry before installation. The clamps need to be installed so they are sitting right in the middle of the barbed fitting as shown in the instructions. If the clamps need to be loosened and reset, they can become slightly bent and will never be as tight as they were the first time. As far as the leaks, thatll typically happen when the tubing isnt cut at a perfect 90-degree angle. If the cut is at an angle or is the slightest bit jagged, it can leak.

2010 Honda Odyssey

I intalled the airbags, and drove 2200 miles, no issues, adjusted the air once because were I was the temperature was very low. Outside of the no issues.
On the install, I did it on a lift and two support stands, worked great.
The hole in the center was the must dificult task. Use a dremil to trim all access metal.
I will post pictures later

Rafael R.


No issues, need to order the self adjusting pomp. Otherwise great product and life saver.Thanks


Great bang for the buck and I had no problems installing myself along with new rear shocks. I had my doubts, but we just completed a 2 week trip fully loaded and towing our popup camper, and they still held 22 psi after all that (started with just under 30 psi so no real leaks!). Definitely improved the ride height and overall handing in all conditions.

2012 Honda Odyssey

My reason for purchasing this product was to keep rear suspension level when towing, and it has done exactly that. I tow a small open motorcycle weight of trailer with motorcycle is less than 900 lbs. Of course, the van itself has another 100 to 200 extra lbs. So not too heavy, but without the Air Lift 1000, rear suspension would drop 3-4 inches. Now it barely drops at all. This also help with loading and unloading the bike out the back of trailer since it keeps the rear of the trailer lower as well. The van handles as if I wasn't towing. Secondary benefit...headlights stay level and you aren't blinding oncoming traffic. Definitely recommend, and would purchase again. Excellent product.

2018 Honda Odyssey

I added the Airlift 1000 to my 2014 Honda Odyssey during the summer of 2017 in order to compensate for the tongue weight of a pop up camper in addition to a car full of kids and a huge car top carrier full of our gear. The "Air Helper Springs" provided enough lift that the vehicle was more balanced and the tail end did not sag so much. It did not bring the rear of the vehicle completely back to level, but it was enough so that I could now look out of the rear view mirror and see traffic behind my camper. That's what I was hoping for.

As the winter months of 2017 and the beginning of 2018 came on I reduced the psi in the lift system down to about 10 psi and with cold months began to notice a lot of rubber against metal coil spring "squeegee" type noises whenever the van would go in and out of driveways at a angle and particularly over rough roads. This constant suspension sound was very annoying and so, I decided perhaps lubricating the rubber tubes inside the coil springs was a possible solution. I did not want to use a lubricant that would dissolve the rubber! After the calling the manufacturer, I learned that a white lithium spray would work well and solve the problem. So, following the manufacturer's recommendation, I used WD40 white lithium spray and the noisy rear suspension was instantly quiet. Success!


Joanne's customer service while taking my order was friendly and helpful. I did not expect to receive follow-ups after the order and during the shipping process, which she did regularly and accurately. Thank you Joanne. This is my second very positive experience with etrailer, and I am a customer for life!

2011 Honda Odyssey

I have been very happy with the performance of these air lifts. I have them set up on a 2011 Honda Odyssey - which is notorious for sagging quite low in the back end with moderate to heavy loads or with a loaded bike rack or towing a trailer. I would not say that the process was very difficult to assemble - I just took my time and was very careful. The instructions - both written and through on-line videos were pretty good. There are two holes that need to be drilled (one each side) that are 3/4 inch in diameter. I did not have the correct tool for this and the method that I used to create these holes was far more difficult and time consuming than I had anticipated. In the end, I should have just bought the correct drilling tool. During use, you can hear the suspension "squeak" a little when a large pump is hit or doing something that compresses the suspension - but it's not a big deal or annoying to me. Overall - so far so good.

2016 Honda Odyssey

I took my time to do it right safely. I had all the right tools to install the air bag with the help of the video. I routed air line up high away from the exhaust pipe and using the heat shield. The Type 3 Curt tow bar has flanges on the drivers side which was perfect to mount the nipple to inflate the air bag after using the “T” set up. It works well and I’m Happy with the results. 2016 Odyssey w/carrier for extra cargo.

2011 Honda Odyssey

Hi, I installed the kit last summer as per the instructions. I'm not sure but I think that the template is not correct. See pictures attached.

The tubing clip attached to the right ballon felt apart when I lift the car last autumn. It seem that the hole drilled in the suspension arm is not inline.

I'm not sure this product is for us, the guys from the North, here in Canada with all the salty roads in winter, the extreme cold temp and all the rusty coil springs reducing probably the durability of the product.

Have a nice day.

2007 Honda Pilot

Had the proffesionally installed and had the rear sway bar end links replaced when these went in. Don't waste your time putting old end links back if you have to take them out for the install. Excellent ingenious product that can make towing higher weight loads much easier on the vehicle. Highly reccomend having a mechanic do the work to get a factory quality installation.


Super price and super quick delivery. Vehicle rides like new



The airlift bags work wonderfully, I load my Honda Pilot with so much weight, I had to get a higher load rated tire, but the suspension and bags handle it ALL.

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    You have it right; when inflated, the air springs will act as a support to the coil springs on your Odyssey, which means they springs won't fully compress like they would without the springs. The correct fit for the Air Lift springs on your 2012 Honda Odyssey is the following part: - Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs # AL60815 So with the # AL60815 springs installed on your Odyssey, it won't squat when you are towing or have a particularly heavy load in the rear. This...
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  • Air Helper Springs and a Trailer Hitch That Will Fit a 2014 Honda Odyssey
    For your 2014 Honda Odyssey, Air Lift 1000 Helper Springs # AL60815 are confirmed to fir the rear of this vehicle. The air bags will fit inside your rear coil springs and will provide enhancement to your vehicle's suspension. As for a trailer hitch, I like the Draw-Tite Hitch, # 75270, for your Honda Odyssey. The Draw-Tite hitch is a custom-fit hitch that will allow for quick installation. This hitch has the 2 inch receiver opening that will allow you the ability to choose a variety of...
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  • Recommended Cover for 17' Boston Whaler Katama Boat
    The best cover option we offer for a 17' Boston Whaler Katama is the Taylor Made BoatGuard Center Console Boat Cover part # 36970211. It will work great while your boat is in storage and if you ever need to move it, you can leave the cover still attached. It also comes with a storage bag for when not in use.
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  • Can I Use Tee To Ensure That Both Air Bags # AL60815 Are Adjusted At The Same Time
    When installing the Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs # AL60815 onto your 2012 Honda Odyssey it comes with a plastic tee that will air them up at the same time so there will be no issues and will not void the warranty. You can upgrade the plastic tee by using the Air Lift Union Tee # AL21838 to ensure that both air bags are adjusted at the same time and also has a better construction. It will not void the warranty either. I also recommend installing the Air Lift Load Controller II Compressor...
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  • Availability of Suspension Enhancement Kits for 2007 Honda Pilot EX AWD
    We do not show any fit exclusions for the Air Lift 1000 Air Spring Kit # AL60815 in your 2007 Honda Pilot EX AWD but it is easy enough to check compatibility by taking a look at your rear coil springs to see if they have a shock inside them. An air spring kit like the Air Lift 1000 will give your rear axle additional support when under load and allow you to adjust the pressure as needed. I have linked an installation video for you. If you want to be able to inflate/deflate the bags from...
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  • Which Air Lift Suspension Kit Fits 2007 Jeep Liberty Towing Trailer
    Air Lift calls for two totally different air bag kits for the two vehicles you mentioned. For your 2007 Jeep Liberty you need the part # AL60777 which is different from the part # AL60815 that you would have bought for your 2012 Honda Odyssey.
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  • Timbren HROD2 Suspension Enhancement System for 2017 Honda Odyssey
    For your 2017 Honda Odyssey the only suspension enhancement option we have is the Timbren Kit part # THROD2 that you referenced. I attached a diagram that covers how it installs but at this time we do not have an install video.
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  • Air Helper Spring Fit for 2006 Acura MDX AWD
    According to AirLift, their AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs, part # AL60815 are a fit for all models of the 2006 Acura MDX. The kit will add up to 1000 lbs of additional support which will help counteract the sag in your rear suspension caused by the tongue weight of a trailer being applied to it. I've linked to a video showing a typical installation. The video shows the kit being installed on a Honda Odyssey, but the procedure would be similar to what you'd need to do on your MDX.
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