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  • Air Lift
  • Air Springs
  • Rear Axle Suspension Enhancement
  • Standard Duty
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2013 Dodge Durango - Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your Dodge Durango'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 Dodge Durango with up to 1,000 lbs of load-leveling support
    • Reduces the strain on your rear suspension and improves both safety and ride quality
    • Designed to support your existing rear coil spring suspension when you're hauling or towing
  • Keeps your Dodge Durango 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 Dodge Durango 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 Dodge Durango's rear coil spring suspension
    • Manual inflation valves are typically mounted on bumper so they are easy to reach
  • 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 the USA


Specs:

  • Load-leveling capacity: up to 1,000 lbs
    • AirLift 1000 springs will not increase your Dodge Durango'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


Levels Your Load

Heavy loads can cause the back of your Dodge Durango to sag and can 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 Dodge Durango's ability to endure heavy loads, you need to add support to your existing coil springs.


The AirLift 1000 kit will help to keep your Dodge Durango at normal ride height. You can find the normal ride height of your Dodge Durango 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 send to your air springs to maintain normal ride height - even when you are hauling a heavy load. Simply adjust the air pressure in your air bags according to the size of your load.


Adjustable Air 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 Dodge Durango 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.


Easy Installation

AirLift 1000 is a breeze to install with standard tools and has an easy-to-follow instruction manual. This Air Lift system comes with manual inflation valves (1 for each spring). These are typically mounted on the bumper but can be installed anywhere on your Dodge Durango in an easily accessible area. 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.


Satisfaction Guarantee

The Air Lift company 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 Dodge Durango and return them for a full product refund.



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Video Transcript for Air Lift AirLift 1000 Rear Air Helper Springs Installation - 2015 Dodge Durango

Kevin: Today, on our 2015 Dodge Durango, we're gonna show you how to install the Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs. These are for the rear; designed to fit right into the coil springs. Part number is AL60824.Now the problem we hope to solve with the air bags is the vehicle squat that we get when we've got either a full load of people in the vehicle, the rear end kinda sags; maybe we're haulin' a trailer. You'll see as we bring the weight down on, the rear of the vehicle is gonna come down causing that squat. Now with about 200 pounds of tongue weight there on the back of the vehicle, we've actually had about an inch of squat here in the rear. So, this distance has been reduced quite a bit.

What that does is it causes the top edge of the tire to tip in a little bit. That's gonna give us uneven wear patterns on the inside edge of the tires, which can get expensive. Also, with that excess strain that we're putting on the rear suspension, it's required to a lot more work. So, with the air bags in there, giving us that additional support, we hope to eliminate the sag that we have here. It's gonna return our tire to the right position; and also take some of that stress off the rear suspension.Another problem we can correct with air bags is bringing the front end of the vehicle back down.

When you add weight to the rear, the front wants to come up. This has gone up about three eighths of an inch. That changes the suspension geometry here in the front. It takes some of the weight off the tire; so our steering, our braking, and our handling is just not gonna be the same. Also, the headlights tip up a little bit more, so that changes where they're pointed; it's gonna change our field of view.

So, again, just like the rear, we should be able to get this back to where we started at our factory ride height; so that we can keep all of our suspension geometries the same, and get the weight back down on those front tires so we can haul safely.Now with the exact same load on the back of our Durango, you can see what a difference those air bags really make. Before we had about an inch of sag, now our measurement's within about an eighth of an inch of where we started. This is taking all that excess pressure off the rear suspension. We're regaining our suspension travel, which will give us a smoother ride while towing. Now, on the front, we've come right back down to where we started.

This is gonna get that suspension geometry back to where it was when it left the factory. It means we're gonna get our even tire wear back. We've got the weight pushing back down on the front tires; that helps us out with our braking and handling. Now, not only are our handling characteristics gonna be much more similar to factory when we're hauling this load; but since that vehicle's leveled out, our headlight angle is gonna be the same as it was from the factory. That's gonna allow us to see much better in front of us. All of these things put together are gonna allow us to haul our trailer much more safely.Now let's take a look at our air bags installed. We're gonna look at the driver's side here, and you'll see how it's going to make that correction. Our air bag, as we said, is gonna fit right inside the coil spring. And with it inflated, as you see it now, that's gonna give us additional support. This would be right at our factory ride height; so as we start to load this and our spring wants to compress, our air bag is going to fight that. It has contact here at the upper spring mount, and at the lower spring mount; so the pressure in that bag gives us the additional support. Now, the bags are a durable polyurethane material. And they're gonna give us about 500 pounds of additional support per side, to help us level out our vehicle. Now one thing to keep in mind, our air bags aren't designed to increase our vehicle's safe load handling capability. These are designed to level out our vehicle, so we can haul whatever our vehicle's rated at, much more safely.Now you can see with the before and after side by side here, as we go through the slalom course, we're getting a lot less side to side body roll of our vehicle. As you can see here on our bumps course, it's a much smoother feel. The suspension isn't jumping up and down quite as much as it was before the air bags we're installed. All of this is helping to take that strain off of our rear suspension; and from behind the wheel, you definitely have a sense of more control. You feel the steering is more crisp, and your braking is more effective.Now, our installation's gonna begin by clearing out some room to run our air lines down outta the bottom side of our coil spring. That's right here; we're on our driver's side. This is that lower control arm that comes out; and this is where your coil spring's gonna sit, it's just a circle here. Now in there, you're gonna see this insert. This is a black, kind of a hard plastic material; and it's gonna have an X on it, or a T there. We need to cut that inside area out. So, we need to get rid of both of those crossing areas. Now, it's gonna be about two inches thick. What we're gonna use is a rotary bit, and we'll just go right up to the top; and then kinda come down to cut those edges all the way around. So, once that's cut, we should be able to just twist it a bit, and we'll pull it out. Now up above where we just cut that out, there's gonna be a rubbery diaphragm there. We're gonna cut out about a one inch circle in the middle of that. Now you'll see our opening here, that's where our air line tube's gonna come through. Now we'll head over to the passenger side and we're gonna repeat the exact same process there.Now, when you're ready to put your air spring into your coil, you're gonna wanna use a couple of jack stands; that'll allow our rear suspension to hang a little bit, which is gonna expand that coil spring. It'll make our job easier to get this in. You're gonna pull the little cover off the end here; and you need to fold this up kinda like a hotdog, so squeeze the air out of it. Now, once you've got most of that air out, we'll put that cap back on; that'll kinda help hold it there. Now it's time to start feeding it in; we'll want the part without the inflation valve to be upwards, and we'll take it in there on the lowest part of that coil spring. We need to force it, kinda, up in that coil while feed the rest in.Now, once our air bag's fully inside of that coil, it's time to pull the cap off of the bottom. Let it kinda go back to its original shape. Now, on the bottom side of our air bag, we've got this protective cap, that's gonna fit in place. The air fitting will come through that middle hole, just like that, will be how it sits on the bottom. We'll let that rest down for now. We're gonna bring our air line up through the hole we created, and through the hole in the middle of that; like that, and then we need to press it on to the bottom of our air bag here. Now by placing that air line tubing in a little bit of warm water, you can make it a little bit easier to get it pushed up in position there; kinda go over that barbed fitting a little easier.Now, once we have that slid all the way up on that barbed fitting, I'm just gonna kinda pull down on that air bag a little bit, to where it'll come down and kinda rest on that spring seat. And you see, once you pull that down a little bit, just kinda push those edges that you bent; it's gonna go right back to its original shape. Now lets go over to the passenger side and we'll get that one installed. Now we've got our uni clamps that we need to slide up on our hose, and over the barbed fitting. This is just gonna give us extra protection, and keep that air line from sliding off. It got two tabs on one side, and one on the other. Basically you'll just squeeze those, and you'll see how that's gonna expand. So we'll slide that up and on.Now, once we have our air lines installed to the bottom of the bags, and we've got our uni clips in place . I just cut the hose right in half. We're gonna start zip tying it in place. I'm using a little bit longer zip ties that come with the kit, so you might wanna have some of those handy. And I wanna start with a good anchor point, right here on this lower control arm. I'm gonna put just enough slack in it; as you can see here, my air line isn't making contact with this edge. You can see, there's a little bit of a gap there. Now, from there I'm gonna go up over this rear crossmember. I'm gonna take my slack so that it's up here, kinda by the rear of the fuel tank. I don't wanna take all the slack out; remember, this control arm's gonna move, so we have to allow for some flexibility there. Then we've got the tube that runs along the back side of the fuel tank here; I'm gonna put another zip tie there. Really just anywhere you can get a zip tie in a safe space. We have to avoid any sharp edges. We have to avoid any significant sources of heat; and any pinch lines with our air line tubing or we'll just be running it again once we put a hole in it.Now, for our purposes, we're gonna be headin' right up this fuel filler neck, up to where the fuel filler cap is. That's gonna give us a pretty safe spot to get this mounted. Now, for the driver's side, I'm gonna use these two holes as my anchor point. And just like before, make sure you've got the slack you need so it's not rubbing on that sharp metal edge. Now we're gonna install a T-fitting to allow us to join both of our air lines together. So, right up here behind the fuel tank will be a good area. Now we're using a tubing cutter. This is part number AL10530. It just gives us a good flush cut. And we'll take another one of our uni clips and slide up over our air line; we'll get our T slid up into position. Once that's in place, we'll bring our uni clamp down and over it there. Now, we'll take the driver's side. We wanna cut it to length, and we'll slide it on the other side of our T here.Now, to install our inflation valve, we're gonna go in the fuel filler door here. We're gonna try for this edge, this front side. It's just gonna make it an easy and convenient location to get to it when we do need to fill. So, we'll come into the wheel well area. You're gonna find in the wheel well, a series of these push pin fasteners. What we're gonna do is pull out the center section of it; kinda by prying out. And then you can go in behind the outside section, and that's gonna be what we remove, just like that. Now we've got the one we just did. We're also gonna have a second one, third one here, the fourth one here, and the fifth one here. Once those are removed, we should be able to move this fender liner back a little bit, and gain access up behind that door. We can fold that down outta the way, and be able to reach up. I can feel in that area; we don't have anything really interfering. Now if you look down here on that front edge, you'll see the opening where that fuel filler neck comes down. That's right there where we have our T. So, we should have a pretty straight shot.We'll take our provided Schrader valve, and that's gonna be slid into the part of the tubing that we cut off of the driver's side. Slide that all the way up on there. And now we'll bring one of our uni clamps up into place. Now we'll thread on one of the provided nuts; this is gonna allow us to adjust how much of the Schrader valve is sticking out. We'll put a star washer on there. This will then be ready to slide through the hole that we're gonna create now. Now if you plan on runnin' duel inflation valves, which in this case won't serve much of a purpose, you'll wanna drill two holes. Now we'll bring our valve up from behind, through the hole there; we'll place on our flat washer, and then another one of our nuts. Now, if we hold from the backside, we'll be able to tighten that nut down; that's gonna crush that star washer, and give us a really nice secure fitting.Now the other end of that air line, we'll run right down that hole by the fuel filler neck, bring that down through; and then up here, we're just gonna tuck it over our fender liner there, and then start poking that in back behind the edge. Now, it's time to go back around the edge and get our push pin fasteners put back in position. Now we'll have enough room to take our valve stem cap, and just place that over top. Now, where our air line comes out down here, we're gonna zip tie it, kinda right off to that fuel filler neck. Make sure we don't have any extra slack up in there that might come down, and then we're gonna tie it into our T here.Now before we get that on our T, it's important to get our uni clamp in place; 'cause we won't be able to do it once it's on. Alright, now we can pressurize the system and check it for leaks. Now one thing to keep in mind, when you're inflating your air bags, is that these require a lot less air than what a tire would. So, you're gonna get up to pressure much quicker. Now, the maximum pressure our bags are able to withstand is about 35 pounds. So, we'll get it pretty close to that; as you can see, we're about 32. Now we'll check all of our fittings, including the ones in the bottom of the bag, to make sure we don't have any leaks. Now once we have these sprayed down, we're gonna let 'em sit for about 10 minutes; and what you're looking for are little bubbles to continually form, that indicates you've got a leak. Now, with no leaks detected, that's gonna complete our installation of the Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs; part number AL60824, on our 2015 Dodge Durango.


Customer Reviews

Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear - AL60824

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (175 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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Unfortunately there was a mix up with this order but was handled by etrailer to my satisfaction. I have installed a pair of Air Lift 1000 and they work great. They made a big change in how my Durango handles 387158



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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. 93738


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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

Jeff - 02/20/2015

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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. 265126



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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


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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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Installation was a bear. Instructions depending where you get them from are mixed. Factory instructions on the web as a video shows not removing the springs and stuffing the bags through the springs. Instructions from e trailer and on paper supplied says to remove the springs and shocks and anti sway bar. I did not have to remove the shocks but did lower one side of the anti sway bar. My first attempt was to remove the spring approach which was not a good Idea unless you have a spring compression tool which I did not. This was a night mare. The other side I pushed the air bag through the spring much easier although still tough managing the bag in position and getting the air line to the bottom of the bag was challenging. I started around 8 am and finished late afternoon. Had to make a special trip to town (50 miles round trip) to find nuts to secure the air fitting as they were missing in the parts bag. Nuts are 5/16 35 thread. Never herd of such an odd thread. Had to pay over $4 for four nuts. Have not driven with the new bags yet but am hopeful based on reviews they will work just fine. My vehicle is a 2012 Toyota FJ cruiser. It was a very stressful experience but I probably save a couple hundred dollars on the self install. I am a former toolmaker/machine builder/welder. 112526


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Got the airbags especially for towing a trailer 0n a 6 month trip from Arizona to Alaska, 24000 miles.The bags are still performing well.I would give 5 stars for reliability and performance.

Brad T - 01/11/2015

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First thing, Sorry if the photos are sideways! I took a couple of pics of the air bags because on the site it looks as if they are too skinny to work but NO they are the right size for your P30 Chevy Motorhome. The price was right for the complete kit as shown in the photo with the lines, bags, shields and other little bits for mounting the lines on the frame. For install, there is a set of directions and an a informational packet for those other items you may want to monitor and maintain you air bags if you so desire. The instructions are pretty good but I'll tell you that hole on the control arm at the bottom ain't that big! I put the bags in hot water to soften them up before trying the rolling and tying part and it helped. Be prepared to spend about 2 hours total to get this done but as far as being complicated, it's not. I didn't have to jack up my RV to do this either. Front suspension will now have the added support it came with back in 1987. Glad to have found this kit vs. the Firestone one that is basically the same for more $$ and many times is not in stock. Can't wait for the first trip! 376233



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I received this in just a few days and had a friend help me install it. I am VERY pleased with it! I had installed a leveling kit to the front end of my 2011 Dodge 1500 Sport, and after loading the bed with tools that I use for work, it sat down in the rear. These air bags are perfect. I put about 25lbs in to level out the truck. The truck rides better and looks great. We drilled out one of the bolt holes that secure my tag and installed the valve stem there. Works Great 107304


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After having this product for a year, I can honestly say that I will never be without it! With the addition of this simple inexpensive product, other than just the looks I have noticed that my tire wear has dramatically improved! you know how cheap tires are... In the last year I have put about 40k miles on the truck. Im in the Agriculture business and see a lot of dirt roads and drive out into fields daily.I check the system air pressure any time I notice a change in my tire pressure. I havent seen any leaks and that was my main concern.Overall, I am extremely pleased with this product and believe it was worth every penny.Bottom line, if you are reading this review and are thinking about purchasing this product DO IT!

Randy R - 11/14/2014

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I installed these on my 2009 Ram 1500. The product was exactly as described and even with being located in Alaska, they arrived super quick! I haven't had the chance to test them out loaded yet as I just installed them last night, but plan on revising my review after the load testing goes! I will note that I installed these differently than stated in the instructions. I lifted the truck off the ground with the axle hanging and removed the rear coils completely and installed the air bag. This seemed like a much quicker and easier route than trying to fish the bag through the coil on the truck. I also routed my air lines in the rear bed stake pockets and under the edge of the bed to protect the valve from the weather. I will add that I have the Tuf-Truck 1223 rear coils and not the stock coils in the rear. I was hesitant to purchase airbags as its not the factory coil, but it worked out perfectly! with the HD coils and Airbags I should have no issues with sag. Overall I am really satisfied with this purchase. Every ram 1500 with coils should have these. 338266



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I received my air helper springs yesterday and today I got them installed, with no issues. I removed the wheel well liners and jacked up the frame, one side at a time. I did not remove the wheels. I folded the bags and zip tied them as recommended and stuffed them between the top of the coiled spring. Jacking the frame up 4 inches helps spread the coils on the springs. After I ran the hose out the top of the spring perch (or whatever you call it) I found an oval hole in the top of the frame about 8 inches back. I ran the hose into this hole on each side and all the way out the back end of the frame. This should help protect the hose from the exhaust pipe. I drilled two holes not far from the passenger side of the license plate and put the valve stems there. Job done. I will be pulling a 24 ft camper trailer in about a month and look forward to seeing how these work. 432873



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This Air Ride kit works nicely on my 2001 Toyota SiennaVan. We pull a 2400 lb popup camper and it helps support the rear suspension of the vehicle when all our gear is loaded. I had my mechanic mount the valve just under the bumper for easy access. I think it was a good investment and does what I need it to do. 87940


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Its been a year and a half and the Air Ride is still working. When not pulling the camper, the van rides a bit bumpy with the the air springs inflated. So, its better to only inflate when attaching a trailer to your vehicle. I like that the air springs support the back end of our van, and I feel it is safer. Before using the air ride system our front wheel drive van would have problems gaining traction when it was loaded with cargo, and the camper was attached. By elevating the back end of the van, it more evenly distributes the weight to all four tires and makes the ride very smooth.Thanks for a great product!

Kim B - 01/04/2015

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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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I originally bought the Air Lift 1000 to prevent my 2011 Pathfinder from sagging when I pull my 4,500lbs boat. So far so good, the sag is gone. Other benefits are a firmer ride and less roll on the turns. If I posted the pics correctly you can see I ran each bag independently and I was able to mount each Schrader Valve on my 7 pin wire harness. This is a very easy DIY project. I suggest taking off the wheels and placing the bags in the springs from outside the vehicle rather then from underneath. 78302


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Troy.. did you wire up your 7 pin connector yourself? Looking at doing my 2011 with the Nissan harness at the hitch end and the controller end.Thanks.. Ken

-- comment by: Ken - 10/24/2013

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I did the 7 pin myself. It was just plug and play. Not hard at all. Im not 100 sure if all 7 pins work because my trailer only requires 5 pins amd so far it has worked flawlessly. Hope this helps.

-- comment by: Troy - 11/08/2013

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Is your Pathfinder a 2WD or 4WD?

-- comment by: Chris D - 07/04/2015

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Chris D: I have the 2WD Pathfinder

-- comment by: Troy - 07/06/2015

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- AL60818

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Installation was super quick and easy in my home garage. The hardest part was finding a way to jack the truck high enough to hang the rear axle. My test was 25 bags of mulch. The before installation picture shows the rear squat. The after picture is of the exact same load with 30psi in the air bags. Super happy with the results. The ride is much better with a load in the back. Can't wait to hook up my camper to see how much better the ride is on a long trip. 361533



- AL60818

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Received the shipment promptly. Installation of the Air Lift 1000 kit took about 2.5 hrs on a 2013 Ram 1500 (4x4) due to the garage that was used was unheated (25 deg) and did not have the proper tools. Had two air leaks where the air hoses attached to the barbed nipples at the top of the air bags. The hose material is not very sturdy and would tear easily....plus it was very difficult to get the hoses to fit over the fittings all the way due to the limited access at the top of the spring....and the 25 deg temp didn't help!! Had to heat the air bags with a hair dryer to get them to push up through the spring coils. Would prefer to pay a little extra to have threaded fittings for the air hoses...at least for the air bag fittings. The ends with the fill valves went on OK since access was unlimited and I was able to twist and push the fittings on more easily. The hose flat-spring clamps are generally worthless as they bend out of shape when you apply pressure to position them over the fitting barbs. Ended up using motorcycle fuel line spring clamps (wire type) as they do not get out of shape when used. Have not put any weight in the back or pulled a trailer yet so I cannot comment on the load or leveling capabilities yet. 111483



- AL60815

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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. 313648



- AL60815

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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. Neil 45446



- AL60732

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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



- AL60732

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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



- AL60732

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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



- AL60815

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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 Thanks, 112665


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

rafael r - 01/14/2015

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- AL60818

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Installed Air Helper Springs on my 2014 Ram 4X4. Would recommend anyone to first remove the rear tires/wheels and pop out the plastic inner fender wells. Makes it a lot easier installing the air line on top of the air bags. Other than that, have bought numerous products from etrailer and "ALL" have been excellent products! 139412


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I use the Air Helper Springs extensively and they have been holding up great. Great products from a Great Company!

F. L - 07/05/2015

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I received the product in one day. Etrailer is on top of its game. Now comes the installation. Hoping the product delivers as well. 213518


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The install was tricky. Not because of how the product is made but the way I wanted to get these in the spring without taking everything apart. Ive been hauling my boat with these in for a year now and the difference is incredible. The sag on the rear is barely noticeable. Theyre still holding air.

Andre T - 07/21/2016

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- AL60818

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Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


I just installed my airlift 1000 kit in my 2014 Ram 1500. The installation only took about 90 minutes and only required a pair of pliers, a knife, a jack and some jack stands. I warmed the bags with my floor heater to make them more pliable and softened the air lines with hot water so they install on the nipples easier, as suggested by etrailer's tech tip videos. So far this seams to be a quality kit and is holding air. I haven't tested it under a load yet so I can't speak to that, although I am optimistic based on other reviews. Etrailer's customer support is outstanding and their shipping is quick. I couldn't be happier at this point. 153068



- AL60732

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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



- AL60818

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Product works as described. I haven't used it long enough to know how well it really performs. Installation was a bit time consuming, but not too difficult. I took a lot of time trying to figure out the best routing method for the air lines. Squishing the cylinders into the springs was a little tricky, but not too difficult. 143377


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No issues after a year.

Richie W - 07/30/2015

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- AL60732

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The airbags would have been really difficult to install into the spring coil if we didn't have a vise and a vacuum pump, but that's all that was difficult. Everything else was very simple. We also ordered The Curt trailer hitch Custom Fit - Class III - 2" - C13105 at the same time as the airlifts...it was also fairly simple to install, but there are two of us, so don't know how it would have been if just Smitty tried by himself. Toyota doesn't install hitches on their 2013 Siennas...so we had taken it to U-Haul to have one put on. It was awful. The clearance was horrendous, so that's why we purchased the Curt from etrailer.com. We didn't take before and after pics, but there is at least 2" more clearance with the new hitch and it fits very nicely tucked up under the car. So, anybody want a U-Haul trailer hitch? We have one....cheap!! 81145



- AL60815

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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. 274824



- AL60732

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Installed on a 2016 Toyota Sienna. I was able to install these bags while the van was still on rear ramps from a Curt trailer hitch install. I was able to squeeze the bags down and get them in the springs with very little trouble. I installed these bags upside down as the Sienna sits so low, there is little doubt that the airlines would have been ripped apart in no time. With the airlines coming out of the top, they are much better protected. I have read of others doing the same and the manufacturer should make a couple of adjustments to the spacer and suggest this upside down install on the Sienna. The product comes with two Schrader valves, but not enough airline to run both bags separately if you want side by side Schrader valves. Once installed, the bags work well to keep the van from sagging when loaded. 267667



- AL60732

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Haven't put it to a complete test yet, but so far so good. Installation was pretty easy although I did not follow the instructions. I put the bag inlets at the top rather than the bottom because with them on the bottom the hoses hung really low and were pretty much guaranteed to catch on stuff and get damaged. Hose routing was very nice going up. Nice amount of hose for my Toyota Sienna and had some left over - I hate products that don't give you any extra length. Hoses were kind of hard to get on barbed fittings even with "spit lube". I was afraid to use any other sort of lubricant. Also I found it easier to insert the bags without following the instructions of squashing them flat and putting the cap back on. I just squashed them as needed as I put them into the springs. 72132



- AL60732

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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



- AL60818

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I wanted to stop the droop when towing my 21' trailer. Works great. Read the reviews before you start your install. There are many good tips there that are not in the instructions. When folding the flattened air bag for insertion into the spring use zip ties to hold it in the folded position. Even though the second opening the in the spring looks bigger than the bottom opening, use the bottom one as it has a better angle. When applying the air hose to the fittings soak the hose 30 seconds or so in hot water so you can seat the hose all the way onto the fitting. Removing the tire and wheel gives you better access when putting the air hose on the bag fitting. Dropping the spare tire makes routing the air hose to the back a lot simpler. 351976



- AL60818

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AIR BAGS WERE DELIVERED ON TIME AND WORK GREAT! THIS IS THE SECOND ORDER FROM ETRAILER. THESE FOLKS ARE A PLEASURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH. 218016


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Im still completely satisfied with the air bags. Ive recommended them to all our Rv group. Thanks again.

LYNN C - 08/16/2016

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- AL60818

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Just got the equalizer 14000 weight distribution hitch and the airlift bags in today from ups. Took a little over 2 hours to install both. The hitch I had before combined with the stock ram 1500 suspension was all over the road with my toy hauler. I couldn't go over 35-40 miles an hour with out feeling like I was going to lose my rig and anyone that's ever been in that situation knows what a white knuckle experience that is. I just got back from a test drive and it is unbelievable the difference those two items made. I got up to 70 and it drove like a dream. For reference my toy hauler is 8500#s with a 850# tongue weight. Thank you etrailer for the best product, fast/free shipping and definitely the lowest price. 382290



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Very pleased with this product! Install took longer than one hour but I go slow and steady anyway, I just watched the retailer install video and it was easy! My 2004 Suburban sagged badly with our travel trailer and this fixed the sag. The rear well sat at 36.5" with no air and sagged down to 34.5" with the trailer attached. The rear well sat at 37.75" with air bags filled and sagged only to 36.5" with trailer attached. I haven't got a chance to road test but I have confidence in the product from my measurement test! 304683



- AL60815

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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 trailer...total 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. 371482



- AL60732

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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



- AL60769

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I installed these on my 2004 Burb Z71. It was much easier than I had thought it would be. After jacking it up, putting it on stands and lowering the axle back down, there was a huge gap in the springs for the air bags to pass through. The hardest part was attaching the air hose to the top of the bags after they were inside of the spring. The package included a heat shield for the exhaust pipe which I quickly threw away. There is a good 5 inches between the pipe and the spring. Routing the air hose back to the bumper was easy and I located the air valve in the plate that has the trailer wire hookups. I hope they work as advertised, I hate the back of my Burb sagging when I poll my camper. 50542



- AL60769

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Easy to install. Product was delivered quickly, and works as advertised. 136277


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It has worked as designed, I have had no issues, and am pleased with this product. I have recommended it to others.

chris - 06/18/2015

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Easy install. Gives my Murano a firmer ride. Less bouncing when towing. 46398



- AL60795

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Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


Put these on our '97 G. Cherokee because it squats easily with any load at all. I followed what little install instructions that were provided carefully and Googled for more tips from others. I opened the hole up where the air line enters the c. spring and added rubber grommets for protection. I never hauled any near the 1000# rating. I never exceeded 25psi and check the psi daily for a couple weeks. All seemed well until for about a month and then the lines began to leak. I cut them back and added better clamps but they still leak........ Bottom line is that this product is not worth the $$$ or the effort of installing/fixing for what you'll get out of it. 332722



- AL60818

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Wife and I picked a cool SoCal. morning to install these on our 2014 Ram V6 single cab for towing a 17' 3200# travel trailer. Truck was lifted and supported with jacks in the driveway with front wheels blocked. Installation was fairly easy as described in the video. It does require a bit of patience and effort to get the bags in the coils, but nothing major. Time was about one hour per side including air lines. Once inflated, no more dragging the trailer jack when pulling out of the driveway. Greatly improved ride, handling and stability, too. Definitely recommend these. Big thanks to etrailer for help and prompt shipping. 302120



- AL60815

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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. 395937



- AL60818

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Air system looks good and should be an easy install. 129061


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WORK GREAT FOR MY APPLICATION. USE FOR A 5TH WHEEL CAMPER. RUN 30 PSI WHEN LOADED.

Duane S - 05/05/2015

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Incredibly easy to install on my 2012 Honda odyssey, especially if you follow the provided video. Tested how my camper pulled before installing the air ride and after and the ride is so much another smoother. The van drives me comfortably even when not towing. Would give 5 stars but the little clamps provided are extremely flimsy and bent out of shape as soon as I pinched them open, I even used hose clamp pliers. Only recommendation I have is better hose clamps and use some kind of conduit or paint on the air line that is provided, there are some sharp edges under the van that will quickly run through that line. 444067



- AL60769

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To be completely honest I was not too happy with the AirLift 1000. After installation I used them for one trip with a load and one side burst on the highway. Having said this I wasn't satisfied with how they worked. I never claimed any warranty or contacted anyone because I really didn't have the time to reach out to anyone. I was looking for the pictures that I took back in March/April of 2016 but I have been unable to locate them. If I do locate them I will send them to you. Please note I have discarded the bags but what I can tell you is the one that burst was split at the seam and the pressure was per the manual. 382399



- AL81560

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We bought our motor home used, a 2007 Winnebago 30B on the Workhorse platform. The original equipment front air bags were no longer viable. I ordered the Air Lift 1000 airbags from etrailer.com and installed them myself. It was a struggle but finally got them worked into place. The Air Lift bags made all the difference in the world as far as stabilization of the motor home driving down the highway. Excellent product! I run about 65 psi and that seems to be the right pressure for this motor home. Thanks to Air Lift for a great product and thanks to etrailer.com for great pricing and fast shipping!! 364425



- AL60786

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Fit well, but not that easy to install without a lift (was able to use a friend's) to access and spread the coil springs apart, insert the bags, route the tubing and secure the tubing clamps. Cable ties too short for securing to some locations, so have some long (over 10") ties available. Went with single fill valve and had no problems with leveling. Plan well ahead before cutting the tubing, because there is little to spare (not enough for separate fill valves on a Toyota Sequoia). Well worth the price - made a huge difference when towing a heavy load or with a near maximum tongue weight. 250038


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Continues to perform well, no problems, but you do need to pay attention to minimum air pressure with change of seasons. Well worth the price, especially with heavy tongue weight on trailer and rear of vehicle packed to the max, like with 5 five gallon water jugs plus other equipment for a remote camping trip.

Chester - 05/12/2017

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2002 Odyssey. Old suspension. Solution? Replace all rear suspension. At that time, install the springs. Piece of cake. Follow drilling instructions accurately. FOR 3/4" HOLE, USE A 3/4" BIMETAL HOLE SAW FROM HARDWARE STORE. This ended up being the solution to drilling a 3/4 in hole. A no-brainer. Get this product. With new suspension, from center of hub to bottom of quarter panel, aprox 215 mm height. Air should be added or removed to maintain this height for proper traction and tire wear. Don't jack up the car with air. Let the car ride at the height it was designed and aligned to. 39179



- AL60786

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The Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs (Rear - AL60786) to fit my 2015 Toyota Sequoia (8 passenger vehicle) were purchased specifically for a lengthy 6 day trip with my Wife's two brothers and their spouses. This also included a roof carry-all and a hitch receiver Carry-all box to accommodate all our luggage. So, the bottom line the "AirLift Helper Springs worked! 390922



- AL60732

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Installed on 2014 Toyota Sienna using floor jack and jackstands. Would have been very easy with a lift. Installed per video except I did not have an angle drill to mount the bracket for the air inlet so had to improvise a bit. One thing I noticed after the install is that the little cushioning donuts that go on top of the airbags seem to have a taper and the wider part should probably go down. Mine of course were installed the opposite way and seem ok. I did not see any mention of this in the video. I did inflate to 25 psi before lowering the van and everything seems good 150216


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