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2008 Honda Odyssey Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

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2008 Honda Odyssey - Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your Honda Odyssey'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.


Confirmed to fit your 2008 Honda Odyssey



Features:

  • Provides your Honda Odyssey 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 Honda Odyssey 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 Honda Odyssey 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 Honda Odyssey'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 Honda Odyssey'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 Honda Odyssey 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 Honda Odyssey'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 Honda Odyssey 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 Honda Odyssey 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 Honda Odyssey at normal ride height. You can find the normal ride height of your Honda Odyssey 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 Honda Odyssey and return them for a full product refund.



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Video Transcript for Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs Installation - 2014 Honda Odyssey

Today on this 2014 Honda Odyssey, we're going to review and install the Airlift 1000 Air Helper Spring for coil springs. Part number AL60815. As you see here, these springs actually reside inside the coil springs. Now, it does come with all the hardware, fitting, and airline needed to install. Here's our key right here that goes out to both airbags, and we go to the back of the van. We see one single valve right here that will allow you to insulate up both at the same time. Now lift capacity is going to be one thousand pounds for these air springs. We'll go ahead and show our stock measurement on our van first.

We'll measure from the ground to the top of the fender well. Our measurement will be about thirty and a quarter inches. Now we have some weight added to the back of our vehicle, using a cargo carrier, we'll go ahead and get our second measure. All right, now it looks like we've brought it down to about twenty-nine inches. Looks like on our new measurement, it looks like the van went down about an inch. We'll go ahead and take a test drive and watch how suspension works when it's loaded without any help from the air springs.

With the weight in the back of the van the coil springs are blocked down but also our handling just a little bit where you can feel the factor. Now with airbags in place, weight back in our vehicle, we inflated the bags up to a maximum of thirty-five pounds and we brought our ride height up to about twenty-nine and three-quarters so just a little bit shy of our original height but it sill should work out just find. Let's go ahead and take it for a test drive and see how it handles. Of course the weight is still back there and of course it's still not quite the ride height but it handles so much better when you have that installed on your van. Next we'll go ahead and show you how we installed it on our Odyssey. First off, you're going to need to be able to lift this vehicle up in the air so you can let the suspension hang down. Next, you want to go ahead and remove the wheel. We're going to be working with the driver's side.

Using the twenty-two millimeter socket, we'll go ahead and remove the lug nuts. Then we can go ahead and take off the wheel. Next up we need to go ahead and remove this bolt right here. Then this will allow us to lower this arm which is connected to this spring. Now you want to be careful when you do this. We're going to place a jack underneath here and use that to support it to take the bolt out and then we can lower in a controlled manner. Next we'll remove this bolt here using a seventeen millimeter socket.

Before I lower it down, I'm going to make a mark on my spring and this cup that the spring sits in and this arm. I'm just going to make a simple line so I know I have everything back in the right place when we put it back together. We use the jack to go ahead and lower it slowly. There's still a considerable amount of pressure on the springs so you really want to be careful when you do this. Once the pressure is release, we'll go ahead and move the jack out of the way. We have our spring loose. I'm going to push the arm down to give us room to remove the spring. We'll take this little ring out of the way too and we'll clean up the top of our arm here. Now this john stopper right here, we have to remove this part and this part. There's a bolt on the inside that we remove using a fourteen millimeter socket. Shallow socket with about a six inch extension works good. This is a pretty long bolt so it will take quite a few turns to remove it. Let's go ahead and clean up the top of the arm here because we're going to be putting a template on top of this because we have to drill a hole through the top for our airline tubing. All right this is a template that comes with the kit. I just basically cut out one of the pages in the instructions and covered it with some clear tape just to make it a little bit more durable because we have to use it on both sides. You can see the where the hole is already drilled out where it says hole location. We want this hole going towards the center of the vehicle. I'll put it on top, center it up, I'll use some more tape to hold it in place. All right now with the template in place I'm going to use a quarter inch drill bit. It does help to have a right angle drill for this and I'll drill out my pilot hole. I went ahead and removed my pattern. I'm going to enlarge the hole to three-quarters of an inch using the hole saw. Next I'm going to work with my airline tubing. What I'm going to do is on this one, I'm going to put it over the top of the frame of the rear suspension, pull it through and then I'm going to route it inside this arm here which is all hollow so I'm going to run this to the inside of the arm here and then route it down towards the inside. Now there's a hole at the bottom here, I'm going to fish it out, take up our slack, then I'm going to run it back up through the top of the hole we just drilled. Let's get our airline ready to put onto our air spring and we'll put this small clamp that comes with the kit over the line. Then I'll take this and put it into our air spring. This will slip over the barb fitting on the air spring, push into place. Once we have in place, we're going to take our clamp, using some pliers really helps, screws it open and then put it onto the fitting. All of this will sit inside the spring and then we'll put the spring back into place. We want to feed as much line as we can inside here and put our spring back into place. Definitely helps to have an extra set of hands if you can to kind of help line everything up, make sure we take up all our line, kind of help pull it into place, put our spring back in, make sure all our marks line up like they did originally. We want to make sure the fitting here goes through the hole and doesn't get caught up. You may want to put everything together and do a quick dry fit to make sure it's just the way you want it. All right, let's go ahead and use our jack to put our arm back up into place. Be careful, this is a lot of tension underneath here. At this point we can still double check to make sure the air bag is fitting correctly inside and it's not in a bind with the line. Then we go ahead and take our jack away and we can put the tire back on. All right, we're going to leave our driver's side along for now. We'll go ahead and repeat the same process over on our passenger side. It's going to be identical except for one little detail when it comes to the heat shield that goes onto the exhaust to protect the air spring. This is our heat shield material. Pretty simple to install. First up, we're going to go ahead and bend these two tabs up and make an angle like this so it will seat up against the exhaust like this. We'll use the provided c clamps to hold it in place. We'll angle it where it sits between the exhaust and the air springs. Loosen up our clamps, go ahead and get them started. We need a flat blade screwdriver or a five-sixteenths nut drivers for this. Slip the one tab in and go ahead and tighten it down. Tighten up just to hold it and then we'll go ahead and repeat the same process for the other side. Okay, when you have it where you want it, we'll go ahead and tighten it down for good. We'll go ahead and work from our location for our airline fittings to air them up. There's not much really to work with here but I'm going to make my own bracket. I'll be using part number 18140. This is a universal short bracket. We're going to put it just like this and use the provided clamp. Same five-sixteenths bit. Just tight enough to hold it in place for now in case we have to make some adjustments. Let's go ahead and mount our air valve to our bracket. Now this bracket has four holes already drilled out. I took one and I drilled it out to a five-sixteenths. To get my valve ready, one nut goes on here and then the star washer. Run the valve through and then we'll add a rubber washer, a flat washer and another nut. We'll run that down using a half-inch socket. Just use a socket and my hand will work. Go ahead and rotate just a little bit so it's a little easier to install our line. Now let's go ahead and work with our airlines. Now there's plenty of length of airline that we could run them both up to the front however a light duty application like on our van here, it's more commonplace to go ahead and keep the two together and use just one airline going up towards the value. Go ahead and cut our airlines to the length we want. There we go. Just like on our airbags, we have to install the clamps so we'll put them on the tubing first. Then we'll install our teeth. These can be a tight fit. May help to warm them up like with some hot water to help make them a little bit more flexible and slide them on the barbs. Once we have our hoses in place, we'll go ahead and slide the clamps on. Now we'll take our remaining airline and we'll go ahead and route it up to our air value. What we'll do is we'll come around the trunk pan here by the hitch and run it through our air valves. We'll leave a little bit extra in there in case we have to make some adjustments at a later date. One more clamp and we'll put on our air valve. We'll go ahead and put our bracket back where we want it. Any excess we can actually cut it off but that will leave a sharp edge so you might be able to just twist it up and fold it back. That way you won't have a sharp edge. Then we'll take a few moments to zip tie our airline tubing to keep it secure. At this point, we have everything installed. We can go ahead and take it off the lift and let it sit down on the ground. Let's go ahead and air them up and do our first test run. Then we'll air up the airbags, they do have a limit of up to thirty-five pounds of pressure. That will finish up the Airlift 100 Air Helper Spring. Part number AL60815 on this 2014 Honda Odyssey.


Customer Reviews

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

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (96 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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by: Jeff08/07/2013

2007 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. 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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by: Neil Friedberg06/24/2012

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. Neil 45446



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by: Jon K.07/22/2016

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. 274824



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by: rafael rincon01/13/2014


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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by: Andre07/22/2015


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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by: Roy A.06/17/2016


Purchased this product about a year ago and am very satisfied. Great solution to level Honda minivan when pulling a pop up camper. Provides good ride with and without trailer. Easy to adjust as required. Best part of the purchase was the online video instructions that I was able to view prior to the purchase. Thanks etrailer. 262242



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by: Edwin H.06/20/2016


Had the air lift 1000 helper springs professionally installed. They worked as expected, and lifted my Odyssey about 2". Much better ride with a fully loaded van on a recent trip. 262671



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by: Orlen M.08/10/2015


Everything arrived quick and in good order. Will be installing this coming weekend. Defiantly will order from etrailer again. 218201



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by: Tim08/23/2015


Great Products and Great Customer Service and Great Instructions / Videos. 221274



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by: HR Haffey09/16/2014


Here within a week! Very happy! 151319



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by: Brian H07/19/2013

2011 Toyota Sienna

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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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by: Brad T01/11/2014

2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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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by: Randy R.11/14/2013

2011 Dodge Ram 1500

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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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by: Kim B07/06/2013

2001 Toyota Sienna

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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


Comments

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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by: Troy04/29/2013

2011 Nissan Pathfinder

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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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by: Mark C.12/30/2013

2013 Dodge Ram 1500

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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



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by: Josh03/21/2015

2013 Toyota Sienna

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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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by: F. Lee Holly07/05/2014

2014 Dodge Ram

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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


Comments

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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by: Aaron J.09/25/2014

2014 Dodge Ram 1500

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



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by: BarbnSmitty05/20/2013

2013 Toyota Sienna

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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



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by: Ken03/24/2013

Toyota Sienna

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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



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by: Ryan D.06/29/2015

2013 Toyota Sienna

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


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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by: Chris P09/10/2012

Toyota Sienna

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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



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by: J Cro08/04/2012

2004 Chevy Suburban Z71

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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



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by: David H.07/01/2012

Nissan Murano

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



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by: Nathan K09/05/2014

2014 Toyota Sienna

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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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by: Chris06/25/2016

2015 Toyota Sienna

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I had this installed on a 2015 Toyota Sienna front wheel drive by a local garage over a year ago; so can't comment on installation ease or difficulty. We carry a 350 lb power wheelchair and 100 lb lift in the back of the van as well as a trailer hitch installed (also purchased at etrailer). The bags have improved the ride and stability very well. We also trailer a boat or kayaks at times and these bags keep things manageable. Highly recommended. Etrailer is a top notch outfit. I have purchased from them a few times and have always been treated as an important customer. 264897



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by: Chris W.11/07/2014

Ford

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First I must say I love this etrailer site. I bought a used Ford Wagon and had the Hitch and this air suspension system mounted by my mechanic. They thought it was a very good idea and that it should work as the product stated. I have not hauled anything yet. It is for my motorcycle trailer on a small car. Before this I had just the hitch installed on my SAAB and noticed a sag in the back-end. The SAAB was totaled by a Texting driver. I will update this when the motorcycle comes out in the Spring. 159831



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by: Bill05/21/2014

2010 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Customer Service, great! I called 4:45 PM and needed the airbags the next day. I paid for overnight shipping and had them by 2:00 PM the next day. Product, great! I can't comment on installation because I had mechanic install. But two days later, I drove 2,000 miles with six adults and the 2010 Grand Caravan drove better than brand new. I recommend 30 PSI for a full load, 15 for empty van. 131673



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by: Johnny11/27/2013

2012 Dodge Ram 1500

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Found that leaving the air bags in the sun light made them easier to install . Made towing my enclosed trailer allot easier . I'm currently waiting for someone to manufacture coil over rear springs for my 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 pick up . I believe this will stabilize the rear of my truck allot during towing my car trailer . Great web site , keep up the good work . Johnny 108631



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by: Don03/23/2015

2008 Dodge Caravan

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Good product. Clear instructions and the video on e-trailer really makes the installation easy to understand. On my '08 Grand Caravan my shock absorber bolts were rusted in place and could not be removed. I worked around this by unbolting the top shock brackets from the body. Other than that the installation was fairly easy and just like the video shows. 180293



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by: jrpla08/12/2014

2014 Toyota Sienna

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Great Product Toyota Sienna 2014, super easy to install, just follow eTrailer video!! Great product, van went up about 1 inch, with 35psi. 146225



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by: John g09/24/2015

2006 Toyota Sienna

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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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by: Frank B03/28/2014

2012 Toyota Sienna

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Installed easily on my 2012 Sienna van. Service from etrailer was excellent as usual. The air lift kit works as described, giving me a level ride while towing a 3,000 pound Casita trailer with a hitch weight of 360 pounds. I also use a weight distribution hitch. 122652



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by: Rodney H.10/27/2013

Toyota Sienna

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Works great. Installed these just before using my Sienna to pull a trailer halfway across the country when we moved. Worked great, sure helps keep the back of the van from squatting down so much with a trailer hooked up, or just when people are in the back seat. 105343



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by: Evan M05/14/2012

2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a 25 foot trailer and this air lift makes my jeep a solid towing truck. Pulling. 8500 hundred pounds it use to sag in the back not any more. With out this air lift I would of had to buy a stronger truck. Thanks to air lift i can keep my 03 grand Cherokee. 40519



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by: Bryan05/15/2012

Chevy Suburban

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Perfect item to level out a Chevy Suburban. Went in painlessly and I installed the valve right next to the trailer wiring connector. Can't even see it. 40577



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by: Dave F.06/24/2016

2013 Toyota Sienna

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Air Lift 1000 Kit in a 2013 Sienna Toyota This kit Works,Bags go in easy the ride is very good with 28/30 lbs.in them with a full van. 264418



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by: John S.05/02/2012

2002 Honda Odyssey

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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



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by: Richie W07/30/2014

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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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by: chris06/18/2014

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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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by: Duane S.05/05/2014

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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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by: Chester05/12/2016

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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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by: John V06/05/2016

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Quick delivery, and exactly what I expected. The only tip I can offer - my installation had the air connection oriented on the top. The first bag I installed the bag and then connected the air line. Feeding the air line down through the coil spring and attaching to the air bag, and then feeding the air bag (collapsed, and held by zip ties) into the spring was much easier. The bags took the slight wallowing out of my Avalanche when pulling my enclosed 2-place sled trailer down the road! The best bang for the buck I've found for my truck yet. 257622



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by: Robb F.08/15/2013

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These air bag helper springs have only been installed for a month now, so it is too early to attest to their quality. The installation went smooth and in accordance with the sales information. There was one caveat - the hose clamps for attaching the heat shield were too large, requiring me to make a trip to the hardware. I towed my camper up into the mountains and I had no problems with rear end sag and no control issues. If they continue to perform as they have thus far, I will be very pleased. 95319



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by: Tony A.06/24/2016

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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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by: John05/31/2016

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


I had a similar AirLift system installed on a Trailblazer close to 10 years ago, and that system is still functional. I bought this part number to install on a Suburban a year ago. It was a little challenging to fit the air bags into the coil springs, but it worked. The installation was very clean installing the Schrader valve behind the gas cap door. The system made a big improvement on leveling the Suburban towing with 600-800 lbs tongue weight. 254655



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by: BILL DENVER,CO05/08/2015

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Once again E Trailer comes through, bags arrived quickly and just as advertised..Easy install, only took a couple hours (not rushing). Follow the simple instructions and you wont have any problems. I put the bags and hose in warm water on the advice of another review helped a bunch folding the bags. Slipped in the springs easy as pie. Ride quality improved a bunch, feels like a truck should now. 191357



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by: Curtis. F08/31/2012

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Ordered products on Saturday. And recivied on Thursday Installed same day , about 1 hr and 30 mins Followed directions went well Highly recommend forDodges with cool stings in the rear Pulling travel trailer. 7,000 lbs 53661


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Do the bags still hold air? Do you use a wds when towing? If so did you have to make any adjustmentsto your wds. Thank you Paul

comment by: Paul G - 12/24/2015


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by: Jason P.04/25/2013

Review from a similar Air Lift AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


Ordered the product on Sunday night and received the product a few days later. Etrailer's link to UPS tracking let me know exactly when I could expect the product. So far the air helper springs are working as advertised. Installation was quick at less than 2 hours and the springs are providing the additional support I need to tow my 24' boat 77759

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  • Can AirLift 1000 Rear Axle Helper Spring # AL60815 Support Trailer with 600-lbs Tongue Weight
  • The rear-axle air bag kit you referenced, AirLift 1000 Helper Spring # AL60815, provides up to 1000-lbs of load leveling at its maximum pressure rating of 35-lbs psi. Your trailer with approximately 600-lb tongue weight would certainly fall within the operating range for this product. If you are towing often and frequently have widely varying trailer weights then an adjustable air bag kit like this AirLift 1000 is a good choice for adding rear-end support. If your trailer weight is fairly...
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  • Suspension of 2008 Honda Pilot Squats When Cargo Carrier is Installed
  • So, what you are saying is that once the cargo carrier is loaded up with whatever you are carrying, the rear suspension compresses quite a bit, is that correct? If this is the case, it sounds like you would be a good candidate for a rear suspension enhancement kit. For a passive system that would only come into play when extra weight is applied to the rear of the vehicle, like when the carrier is being used, the Timbren # THROD2 system would be great. Install the system, and you would...
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  • Solution for Rear Suspension of 2010 Honda Odyssey That Sags When Trailer Is Hitched
  • As a starting point, I'd recommend having the rear suspension of your Odyssey examined to make sure everything's in good repair. Both the # CSS-1168R Coil Sumo Springs and the Air Lift # AL60815 will affect your vehicle suspension whether the trailer is hitched or not. Both types of systems can have their drawbacks. The air springs can leak, and although the Coil Sumo Springs work as they are supposed to, I'm not a huge fan of using zip ties to hold a suspension component in place.The...
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  • Rear Helper Springs for a 2008 Honda Odyssey with a Wheelchair Lift
  • Since you already have an air bag system # AL60815 installed on the 2008 Honda Odyssey I would just fix the leak and add a compressor, # AL25592. The air bag system will allow you to tweak the ride quality whereas Timbren springs will just be engaged all the time and could cause a stiffer ride. To find the leak you can use soapy water where the air lines and fittings come together. Bubbles indicate a leak. If you replace the coil springs and keep the air bags make sure that the new springs...
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  • Installation of Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs # AL60815 on 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • To install the Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs, part # AL60815, on your 2012 Honda Odyssey, it does require the coil springs to be removed from the vehicle. The rubber jounce bumper that is inside the coil spring will have to be unbolted and removed. Then, the air spring will be installed into the coil spring and the whole coil spring with air spring will be installed back on the vehicle. A hole will need to be drilled in the control arm of the vehicle for the stem of the air spring to...
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  • Do the Air Lift 1000 Helper Springs Wear When not in use on a 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • The trick is to always have a couple pounds in the air bags at all times. If you do this the air bags of the Air Lift AirLift 1000 # AL60815 should last the life of your vehicle. This product also has a lifetime warranty. I attached installation instructions for this product for you to check out also.
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  • Installation Directions for 2007 Honda Odyssey Installing AirLift Suspension # AL60815
  • Assuming your Odyssey has the stock suspension, what you are seeing in your coil is a jounce bumper. During installation of the AirLift Suspension # AL60815 on your 2007 Honda Odyssey, step 6 had you unbolting and discarding the jounce bumper and mounting bolt. After the bumper is discarded, you will be able to install your airspring. You will insert the air spring cylinder into the coil spring with the stem down. I have attached the installation directions for you to review.
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  • Recommendations for Ground Clearance for a 2010 Honda Odyssey Carrying a Loaded Motorcycle Carrier
  • I believe I may have a solution to help with the sagging on your 2010 Honda Odyssey, however, the Roadmaster High-Low Hitch Adapter # RM-048-6 you referenced was designed and intended to be used to tow a four wheeled vehicle with a towbar behind a motorhome. Many of the adapters are not intended to carry weight, which is what you would be doing with your motorcycle carrier loaded with the motorcycle, they were designed exclusively to level out a rolling tow. We typically offer the Curt...
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  • Recommendation to Stop 2007 Honda Pilot from Sagging When Towing a Trailer
  • Since the coil spring on your 2007 Honda Pilot has the shock in the middle of it you will not be able to use an air bag kit such as # AL60815 but not to worry, there are other options. The best solution for vehicle sag caused by a trailer is not suspension enhancement but weight distribution. Weight distribution spring bars push and lift to better distribution the tongue weight to all axles of the tow vehicle and trailer and will eliminate that sag. It older to recommend the best...
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  • Suspension Enhancement for Smoother Ride on 2015 Honda Odyssey
  • I spoke with my contact at Air Lift and he said if you do not intend to tow or haul a trailer, using AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs # AL60815, which you reference, on your 2015 Honda Odyssey will actually make for a stiffer ride. These air helper springs are commonly used for hauling or towing and for keeping your Honda Odyssey at normal ride height. My contact recommended a softer aftermarket coil spring. Unfortunately we do not carry them for your vehicle. You...
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  • Does Routing of Air Line Point Up or Down When Installing Air Lift kit AL60815
  • When you install the # AL60815 in your 2007 Honda Odyssey you would want the air line to point down like you referenced. It's hard to see in the install picture that you referenced but it is installed pointing down. You will want to use zip ties to secure the line away from moving or hot parts. If you check out the install video that I attached you see how we installed this kit on a similar Odyssey.
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  • Weight Distribution and Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for 2006 Honda Odyssey
  • The weight distribution system I recommend for you with your 2006 Honda Odyssey is the Equal-I-zer Weight Distribution System with 4-Point Sway Control # EQ37040ET. This system uses trunnion-style arms that will help with ground clearance, as traditional round-bar arms usually decrease ground clearance. The sway control of this system works with steel-on-steel friction at the L-brackets and inside the hitch head. I really like this system because it will not require you to drill into your...
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  • Rear Suspension Support Options for 2005 Acura MDX Towing 2800-lb Coleman Pop-Up Camper
  • The 2005 Acura MDX has a maximum tow rating of 4500-lbs. You can check your owner's manual to confirm the rating for your particular vehicle. Your 2800-lb Coleman Westlake Pop-Up camper trailer is likely to be within its capacity even when fully loaded for a trip. Still, the sag you are experiencing may be remedied or at least reduced by a weight distribution hitch, which is a better option than air bags for towing. Since the vehicle is nearly 10 years old you might want to have a qualified...
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  • Air Lift Vehicle Suspension For 2010 Honda Odyssey
  • The Air Lift Vehicle Suspension, part # AL60815 you referenced, would be a good fit on your 2010 Honda Odyssey. The installation of the Air Lift system is not extremely difficult and any local garage should be able to take care of the installation for you with no problem. This system does come with detailed instructions that would aid anyone who installs the system. If you want to control the amount of air in the air springs from the comfort of your Odyssey, I recommend the Air...
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  • Air Bag Helper Springs and Yakima Roof Rack for a 2016 Honda Odyssey with Naked Roof
  • Air Lift 1000 helper springs # AL60815 do indeed fit the 2016 Honda Odyssey! I have linked a video showing an example installation on a 2011 Odyssey. Installation will be similar on your 2016 model. You can install a Yakima roof rack on your 2016 Odyssey with naked roof as well. You will need the following parts: 58 inch crossbars # Y00409 Control towers # Y00214 Tracks # Y01126 Landing pads # Y00221 Keep in mind that because it requires a track mount roof rack drilling is required...
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  • Fit of Thule # TH636B Sonic XXL Cargo Box and Suspension Upgrade Recommendation-2016 Honda Odyssey
  • Because the Odyssey is a fairly large vehicle with a long roof, you'll be able to situate the box on the vehicle roof in such a way that the cargo box will not interfere with the full opening of the rear hatch. If you click on the video I've linked for you, you'll see a test fit we did of the Sonic XXL # TH636B on a 2012 Odyssey. The vehicle in the video had the factory roof rack, but the factory side rails or tracks would still allow you to place the box so that it won't interfere with...
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  • Can a Weight Distribution System and Air Suspension Enhancement Be Used Together
  • With a properly set up weight distribution system that is rated for the tongue weight of the setup (this includes the weight of passengers and cargo behind rear axle), suspension enhancement SHOULDN'T be needed. But it can still be used if additional support is desired. When you use the two systems together you will want to air up the bags first before you setup the WD system. The par t# AL60815 is the correct kit for your 2008 Honda Odyssey. I attached an install video for you to...
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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...
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  • 2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Control Arm Bolt Torque Spec when Installing Air Suspension Enhancement
  • According to the install instructions for the Air Lift kit part # AL60815 the control arm flange bolts get tightened to 33 ft/lbs of torque. According to the owners manual of your 2011 Honda Odyssey the lug nuts should be torqued to 94 ft lbs.
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  • Is There Drilling Required to Install Air Lift Suspension Enhancement in a 2003 Honda Odyssey
  • The video you referenced is actually a different air bag kit being installed on a newer Odyssey than your 2003. That is why the install information is different. In the video the Air Lift kit being installed is part # AL60815 and for your 2003 the recommended kit is part # AL60740. I checked the install instructions and the only drilling that could be required would be for drilling a location for installing the inflation valve.
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