Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle

Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle

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  • Rear Axle Suspension Enhancement
4,800-lb Capacity. Ride-Rite air springs enhance your factory suspension for safety and stability when you are hauling heavy loads. They reduce strain on your rear axle, keep your vehicle level, and adjust to load size for a consistently smooth ride. Lowest Prices for the best vehicle suspension from Firestone. Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle part number F2525 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Firestone Vehicle Suspension - F2525

4,800-lb Capacity. Ride-Rite air springs enhance your factory suspension for safety and stability when you are hauling heavy loads. They reduce strain on your rear axle, keep your vehicle level, and adjust to load size for a consistently smooth ride.


Features:

  • Maximize safe load-carrying capacity, increase stability and improve ride quality
    • Install between your vehicle's frame and its rear suspension
  • Keep your vehicle level when you are hauling a heavy load
    • Improve steering control and braking when you are hauling or towing
    • Level your headlight beams
    • Reduce tire wear
  • Maintain even load distribution with air pressure, leveling off-center loads
    • Air bags adjust manually, side to side, with individual inflation valves
  • Reduce strain on rear suspension
    • Prevent permanent sagging and excessive friction in leaf springs
  • Increase stability
    • Absorb road shock for a smooth ride
    • Soften contact between axle and frame to prevent bottoming out
  • Provide maximum load support and durability with rubber construction and double-convoluted design
  • Include all materials necessary for installation
    • Brackets, air springs, hardware, air line and separate valves for manual inflation
    • Switches and gauges, compressors, and air tanks (sold separately) are available for quick and easy air spring inflation/deflation from inside your vehicle
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Load-leveling capacity: 4,800 lbs
    • Ride-Rite springs will not increase your vehicle's weight-carrying capacity. Do not exceed the manufacturer's recommended weight limit.
  • Adjustable air pressure: 5 psi to 100 psi
  • Limited lifetime warranty on air springs
  • 2-Year limited warranty on hardware


Firestone Ride-Rite Air Spring Basics

Firestone Ride-Rite springs are designed to increase safety and reduce the strain on your vehicle when you are hauling heavy loads or towing a heavy trailer. The springs partner with your existing rear suspension system to help keep your vehicle level, maintain even load distribution and increase stability. Hauling heavy loads or towing a heavy trailer can make the rear of your vehicle sag and the front end rise. This puts more strain on your rear axle and reduces contact between your front tires and the road, causing problems with braking, steering control and traction. By adding air springs to your rear suspension, you can help to level your vehicle and improve braking and handling. The air springs also help to level your headlight beams and reduce wear on your tires.


Firestone Ride-Rite air spring airline installation

Adjustable Air Pressure

The air pressure in your Ride-Rite springs can be adjusted manually, side to side, to compensate for off-center loads. A centered load improves the stability of your vehicle by reducing body roll. The air springs will also help to absorb road shock and to soften contact between your axle and frame. This prevents bottoming out, thus improving ride comfort. Route the air line tubing for the springs to your vehicle's bumper to provide easy access to the manual inflation valves.


Firestone Ride-Rite air spring components

Air Spring Construction

Firestone's double-convoluted Ride-Rite air springs are designed to give you maximum load support and enhance the performance and ride comfort of your vehicle. The rubber springs provide cushioning between your suspension components and operate at up to 100 psi. The springs have four layers of reinforced rubber to ensure durability and enhance load support. A braided wire girdle creates the double-convoluted shape of each air spring, increasing the burst pressure of the spring. The rubber springs are attached to corrosion-resistant metal end plates with a time-proven, rolled crimp seal that keeps the bags securely anchored.


Air Spring Installation

Each Ride-Rite kit includes custom-fit brackets that connect to your axle and frame. The brackets provide the mounting points for the air springs. Drilling may be required for some applications.



W217602525 Firestone Ride Rite Air Bags - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle



F2525 Installation InstructionsInstallation Details F2525 Installation instructions

This Product Fits The Following Vehicles

2009 - 2014 Ford F-150




Video of Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle


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




Video Transcript for Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs Installation - 2014 Ford F-150

Speaker 1: Today on our 2014 Ford F150, we're going to taking a look at and showing you how to install the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs for the rear axle. Part number: F2525. I have my truck pulled up to my camper here. If you've ever hauled a heavy camper or towed a heavy load, a common problem is that the sag we get in the back of our truck. The back end will get pushed down, the front end will raise up, and you kind of get that floating feeling when you're driving down the road because the front tires aren't making that good of contact and we're putting a lot of stress on the rear suspension. Before I full hook up my camper, I'm going to take a few measurements.

At the center point of my thunder well, it's just right at about 37-1/2 inches at the back. Now, at the front, we're right at about 35-1/2 inches. Let's go and hook up our camper and see what those measurements are.With the full weight of the camper on my truck, you can obviously see there's quite a bit of difference back here. We dropped a little over two inches in the back. Let's move up to the front and see what happened up there.

In the front here, it actually raised up about a half an inch, which again, is going to cause those problems where our tires are going to wear out faster. Honestly, we might be going down the road blinding people with our headlights because they're going to be pointing up.Now, airbags are designed to help support that load and bring our track back up to factory height. They're designed to handle up to 4,800 pounds, but keep in mind that they're not going to increase the pay load of our truck and you should never exceed the manufacturer's recommended towing weight. With our bags inflated at 50 PSI, we brought our right height in the back right back to the factory specifications. Up front, we're right at where we should be back to the factory height.

What that's going to do is take out all the unnecessary stress off of our rear suspension, bringing it back up, helping support the weight of our camper. Now, it's also going to make sure that our headlights are aimed in the correct direction rather than pointing up to the sky and making sure that our front tires are firmly in contact with the ground so we don't get that uneven wear or that really loose steering feeling when we're driving down the road.Another benefit to our airbag is it's going to prevent our frame from coming in contact with the axle and bottoming out. It's going to provide a cushion, giving us a lot more of a comfortable ride when we're driving down the road. Here's what our bags are going to look like once we have them installed. Now, they are designed to go in between our leaf spring pack in the frame here.

Our airbags are going to include all the necessary hardware and brackets to get it installed. This is specifically designed for F150's so we're not going to have to do any kind of drilling and all of the brackets are going to be custom made.The operating range for our airbags is going to be between 5 and 100 PSI and they are compatible with compressors so we don't have to get out and manually inflate them, but they are sold separately. The double convoluted design of our airbags means it's going to have minimal lateral expansion, so we're not going to have to worry about it coming in contact with all the other components around it. Our airbags are going to come with dual manual inflation valves, so that way they can work independently from each other for those off center loads.It's also going to come with this no-drill bracket so we don't have to drill into any part of our truck to get them installed. Now that we've seen our airbags and gone over some of the features, let's show you how to get them installed. To begin our installation, you're going to want to lift the back end of your truck by the rear axle and make sure that it's supported with jack stands and that it's not going to move around you. We went ahead and removed our rear tires as well. The easiest way to get in there and remove it is we take a 13 millimeter socket and short extension, and you come straight up into the center of the jounce stop.I'm going to get that in position first and then put my ratchet in there and we can remove it. There's just very limited room in between the jounce stop and the axle so it's easier to get that socket in first. Once we have it removed, you can pull it out and the bolt that was holding our jounce stop in, we can just flip it over, the bolt will come out. We're going to want to hold onto the bolt, but the jounce itself is not going to be getting reinstalled. We can start to assemble our airbag. These little rubber caps, we can go ahead and pull those off and that will expose the studs underneath. The one in the center is going to be a threaded hole.Then we can grab our bracket. We'll line up the studs with the two holes and the larger oval hole will fit to where that threaded section is. We're going to grab the three ace flange nuts. I'm just going to put these on their hand tight for now. Then we can grab the valve. It's going to have some red thread locker or sealer on there. We're going to get this started by hand, but then we want to make sure that we tighten it enough to where that thread locker is going to fully engage and get it as tight as we can, but you don't want to crush it whenever you start tightening it down.With everything started by hand, we'll take a half inch wrench and we'll tighten up our fitting. Whenever we're tightening this, keep in mind that this flat section is going to be going towards the outside so typically, you're going to want to have this pointing toward the back of the truck or wherever you need to depending on where you're going to mount your valves. You just want to make sure that we have easy access to the fitting so we can put our align in later. With the valve tight, I'm going to come back with a 9/16th socket and tighten up the flange nuts on top.If we take our bag, I'm going to go ahead and flip it over. We'll see that we're going to have a threaded hole on the bottom. We're going to want to grab our lower bracket. Now, these are numbered so you want to check your instructions to make sure you get the correct one and that flat piece that's sticking out on the upper bracket, you want to go towards the flat side that doesn't have the ears on the lower bracket. We're going to line it up, but in our situation, we're working with a two-wheel drive truck so we are going to put the spacer in place.We'll line that space up with the hole in the bottom of our airbag. We'll take our lower bracket, loosely line it up. Then we're going to take the long bolt because we're using that spacer, and we're just going to get this threaded in, hand tight, you want to make sure you leave it loose so everything can still kind of move around a little bit. Once we have it all set up, the flat side and that lip should be on the same side, and the ears should be on the back of our bag.With our airbag assembled, we're going to put our frame bracket in place. These are also labeled and numbered, but we're working on the left side so you want to grab the bracket that has the L on it. We're going to take the factory jounce stop bolt and on the bottom of the bracket here, we're going to have a hole, that's going to go into . The bolt's going to go into that and we're going to line it up and use that factory bolt to put it back in place. We'll get it in their hand tight, make sure it will hold the bracket up and it starts threading, and then we can fully tighten that bolt up.You do want to be mindful because there is some lines, and some brake lines, and electrical cables that are on the other side of the frame. Our bracket's going to clear them, you just want to be mindful of everything else that's going on back there. Now, our kit's going to come with some handle nuts or plates. On the other side of our frame, there's going to be a large hole in the center and we're going to feed this in so we can line it up and have our bolts go through. Before we do that, we want to bend the plate so that we can get it in a little bit easier.If we just take the threaded section sticking up and we grab the handle, and put your thumb towards the bottom, we're going to bend this in towards about a 45 degree angle. When we put our plate in, we can still have a handle sticking out, able to maneuver it around. We're just going to take our plate, and again, watch those brake lines and the electrical cables there. We're just going to feed our plate in. I'm actually just going to leave the handle loose right here. I'm going to go to the back towards the outside, that way I can watch to see where that threaded section is and move it back and forth until I can get my bolt lined up.I'm just going to reach over the top of the frame. I'm going to take one of our three ace bolts. Once we have our plate lined up, It's going to take a little bit off patients and a little bit of time to get everything lined up. You may have to bend that handle a little more or bend it back a little bit to get the angle correct as well. Once we have that bolt started, I'm going to go ahead and leave it loose and we'll put the other one is as well. We're going to take our airbag assembly now, and the tabs here that have the two holes are going to fit in between our frame bracket and we're going to be using the lower two holes to mount it up.You're going to want to take your airbag and it's going to straddle around the leaf spring pack. We're just going to compress it down and tilt it in until our ears get at least inside of there. Then we're going to take a three ace bolt and from the inside going out, we're going to bolt through our upper bracket, through the frame bracket. Again, you just kind of want to push down until the holes line up or get them close. We're going to have at least one bolt going through and just to hold it in place, take another one of those three ace flange nuts, and just put it on their hand tight.We're going to do that for all four holes on our upper bracket. Once we have all of this hardware in place, we're going to come back and tighten out those three ace bolts that we're going to those frame handle nuts. Now, you don't want to tighten these too much, and when you go to tighten them, you want to kind of peek on the inside and make sure that handle nut isn't pressing against the brake lines or any electrical lines that may cause any damage. For these bolts, again, I'm going to be using a 9/16th socket. You may want to use a short extension just to give yourself some room so you can get access to it.Now we can tighten up the upper bracket bolts. You're going to want to get a 9/16th wrench to hold the bolt on the inside and a 9/16th socket to tighten up that nut. Now we are going to have a little bit of movement on this lower bracket of where it can be positioned. You just want to try to get that back as straight up and down as you can. Again, just make sure that bracket is straddling the leaf spring pack. Then we grab our bale clamps and there's going to be a hole on either side of that lower bracket going across the leaf spring pack.You're going to want to feed it through the holes, making sure that it lines up, and goes all the way through. We're going to take some more of those three ace flange nuts and we're just going to loosely thread them on. We're going to have a clamp for one on the front as well as on the back. Just towards the front here, you want to keep an eye on that emergency brake cable and anything else that may be in the way. You don't want to crush it with that clamp. We'll get this one in place hand tight and then we can come back and start tightening all the nuts up.Again, I'm going to be using a 9/16th socket. You just kind of want to alternate going back and forth between the two a little bit. We'll tighten one up, move to the other side, and just go back and forth alternating tightening each side. Once we make contact with the clamp to the bottom of the spring, we'll move to the other bale clamp and do the same thing alternating going back and forth. After those are tightened, we're going to come back and we'll tighten up that three ace bolt on the bottom. It's going to be easiest to use a wrench to tighten it up, but if you have an extremely shallow socket, you can use that.We just want to make sure that we get it nice and tight and you don't forget to tighten that nut up. With this side, we're going to go ahead and repeat that on the other side. The only difference is we're not going to have any brake lines to deal with with our frame bracket. We're going to find the halfway point. The easiest way is just put both ends together and run your hand until you get to the end right here. We're going to want to cut our airline tube. You want to make sure you use a tubing cutter so you have a nice clean, straight cut. You don't want to use a pair of diagonal cutters or anything that may kind of chew up the end.That way, it will prevent any kind of leaks or anything else. Now, we're going to take the end of our airline tube and find our fitting. We're going to push the airline tube in pretty firmly into our airline tube until you feel like it kind of bottoms out. It's always a good idea to give it a quick tug and that will lock in place. Now, if for any reason you need to remove it, that small ring that's on the fitting there, if we just kind of push in on it and pull out on the airline at the same time, the airline will come out.For now, we're just going to take our airline, make sure it locks in, and we're going to route this towards the back of the bumper. I'm going to go ahead and route both my airlines and I'll show you how I did it. Both my airbags, I ran along the outside of the frame here until I came to very back by the bumper. Then I went over the frame towards the center. The one coming on the passenger side, I just routed towards the driver side of the vehicle and I left all the excess airlines on both of them, that way if any repairs or any kind of movement needs to happen, we have this extra airline readily available.Now, we just need to hook up our inflation valves and hook them up to our airlines. Now, where we're going to mount our inflation valves, we do have a few options. We can drill into our bumper and mount them directly there or we can use the no-drill bracket in order to install it onto a nice, flat section. We're going to mount ours directly to our hitch here, and they do provide you with a couple nylon ties, and basically what we're going to do is we're going to go through the bracket and we're going to feed it up over the hitch until we can grab it on the other side.Make sure you don't catch any electrical cables or your airline with it. You're just going to wrap it around the hitch, make sure it's sitting where you want it to, and we'll just tighten down that zip tie. I would suggest moving that locking section of the zip tie out of the way so we have room to get our airlines in place. We'll go ahead and put the other zip tie on and we can cut the tails off. We're going to take our inflation valves, go ahead and remove the cap, and we'll remove the nut that's on there. We'll take one of the flat washers that's in our kit, we'll slide it over the valve.We're going to feed our valve through the bracket, put another flat washer in place, and for now we're just going to loosely tighten up that nut. We'll do the same thing for the other inflation valve. I'm going to grab a half inch wrench. I'm just going to hold the back side of the inflation valve. You just want to snug these up. You really don't want to go crazy tight because it is just securing it to plastic and there's not a whole lot of pressure that's going to be put on these. You just want to snug them up and we'll do that for both of them.On the back of the valve, we're going to have the same kind of fitting that we had on top of our airbag. You're going to take the appropriate airline, the one on the left side valve will be from our left side airbag. We're going to push it in just like the airbag and the same thing for the right side. Then we're going to want to put some air in both of our bags and make sure that they're not leaking. We're going to take a spray bottle with some soapy water and I'm going to spray down all my fittings, and the airbags, and anywhere that there's a connection point.Now, we're looking for some bubbles to pop up, but if we don't have any bubbles, that means that there's no leaks in the system. We'll continue spray everything and make sure that's not leaking. With no leaks in our system, all we have left to do is put our wheels and tires back in place. That will finish up your look at the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs for the rear axle. Part number: F2525 on our 2014 Ford F150.


Customer Reviews

Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle - F2525

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (601 Customer Reviews)

4,800-lb Capacity. Ride-Rite air springs enhance your factory suspension for safety and stability when you are hauling heavy loads. They reduce strain on your rear axle, keep your vehicle level, and adjust to load size for a consistently smooth ride.

- F2525
by:
2011 Ford F-150

Very fast delivery. 139629



- F2525
by:
2011 Ford F-150

Haven't had a chance to install but the bags were delivered very quickly. The install video that Etrailer has on them is great. Worth the look. 226147


Comments

Im still happy with the air bags. I do a lot of towing. From a camper to horse trailers. After hooking up either trailer I just add in the right of air and its a noticeable difference. I did add a T-fitting to add air at the same time to the bags. I own and drive tractor trailers and knew air bags are the way to go with my little 150. The Firestone product has held up and did recommend them who asked about them when they saw them. Also told them where I got them.

John - 09/21/2016

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- F2525
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Easy install, super fast delivery. 226142


Comments

I wont tow our trailer without air bags. They make a world of difference with respect to control and stability.

Brian P - 09/24/2016

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- F2525
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Quick install. watch the video that is available on etrailer it is much better than the directions that come with the product. 9 Just Ordered Another One For My Neighbor. 172913



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

Just about everything about buying, installing and using the air suspension is 5 Star. As a novice at these things, I did have sort of an issue. I could not seem to get uniform pressure in the bags. I would think I was at say 25 and the next thing I knew it would be 15. I emailed etrailer.com and they immediately provided me a phone number for the manufacturer. One call later, I pulled out the valve stems and let some minuscule debris come out (likely from the tube cutting) and they have worked perfect every since. For the cost and effort involved, I will never be without an air suspension again. 348978


Comments

A year,? It was somewhat over that. Anyhow the F-150 was replaced with a F-250 and new Firestone air springs were ordered in time for the newer bigger Toy Hauler. Maiden voyage to Ben Avery Phoenix and the Clark County shooting complex Las Vegas went awesome. Always do air springs and always use etrailer.

WCDU - 03/06/2018

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- F2525
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Product was as described. Installation video was most helpful as were the written instructions. Bending the bolt plates was absolutely necessary and was the most difficult part of the installation. I dropped one inside the frame, after retrieving, 30 minutes later, I drilled small holes in the handles and put a piece of wire thru them so they could be easily retrived if dropped again. Tested as recommended with 70 lbs of pressure and the truck's rear end popped up about 4-5 inches! Can't wait to try then with the trailer! 128198



- F2525
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The order shipped the same day that I ordered it and was delivered complete in two days. Now I have my Saturday morning already booked. 695070



- F2525
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I received the air bag kit and tee in 2 days. I haven’t installed it yet but it looks like it’s excellent in quality. 696370



- F2525
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The air bags are great quality products, but some of the hardware is very poor quality. While I was installing the ublots over the leaf springs to the bottom of the bracket the stamped or pressed to deform lock nuts seized up and I snapped off half the threaded portion of the ubolt which itself should've been of grade 8. Love the kit just very disappointed with the hardware 666900



- F2525
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Great assistance on the phone. Reasonable shipping rates. Received in good time. Will purchase again! Thank you. 639660



- F2525
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2012 Ford F-150

Haven't installed yet but very quick shipping and correct parts shipped 636176



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

It was easier to install the ride rite air helper springs than to remove the wheels from my ford f 150. Note. The nuts are a type that need no lock washers. so they go on with a degree of effort. You will need an air ratchet with at least 80 fp lbs torque. Or a very large forearm. Follow the online instructions and with average mechanical skill and basic tools installation is not too difficult. Faster an easier with air tools. Shipping from E Trailer.com was better than expected. One day ahead of scheduled delivery. Ran a road test with my 29 foot trailer and felt noticeably more solid. Excellent product and supplier. PS. Get a 9/16 deeeep well socket. 578527



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

Quality product. Installed in a few hours and online video was very helpful. The kit was missing 2 bolts, but a trip to the auto parts store took care of that. I could have called for replacements but wanted them now. With recommended 5 psi and no load, the ride is only slightly stiffer. Can’t wait to pull my RV an feel the difference. 555445



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

Etrailer was willing to ship to Alaska and with their quick service they deserve the 5 stars!! The f2525 was simple to install and works great!!! 543492



- F2525
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2011 Ford F-150

Good price, Fast shipping and a great product. Firestone F2525 kit I purchased for my 2011 f150 bolted right on with no issues. 530061



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

I purchased these to use when pulling our new travel trailer. Installation went exactly as the video portrayed. I was 2 miles down the road pulling our trailer when I could feel the difference. Huge difference! Highly recommend. Totally worth the purchase price. 526164



- F2525
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2014 Ford F-150

After one year of owning the Firestone air bag kit I couldn't be happier!! I should have put them in before I picked up my 28 ft travel trailer. Much improved handling and very little bounce over big ruts. They never leak down. I definitely recmmend them. 426807



- F2525
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2014 Ford F-150

Works great, install was relatively easy, videos from etrailer.com were a huge help. Someone asked the question if the Ford rear wheel well liners (aftermarket accessory) were compatible with this product. I can confirm that yes they are compatible, but you will need to cut about a 2" x 7" strip out of the liner around the upper frame bracket. It will be very obvious what you need to cut, and it is very simple to do (a sturdy pair of scissors or a pair of tin shears will work to make the cut). Once the frame bracket is installed and the wheel liner pushed into place above it, you won't even be able to tell it has been cut. 371185



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

Great product, easy to install. Going to put to put them to use next weekend. 341034



- F2525
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2012 Ford F-150

I'm giving this 4 stars because I do not have installed on my 2012 F-150 yet. Based on the reviews and input from my installer, I believe this to be an excellent product. I have bought numerous items from eTrailer over the past year and I have never dealt with a better company. Advice has always been helpful, service impeccable. Staff has been pleasant and extremely helpful in resolving minor problems. Delivery is quicker than most and products usually shipped same day. Your have a customer for life. Thank you. 323899



- F2525
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Ordered some Firestone Ride Rite airbags for my 2010 F 150 from Etrailer. Three days later they arrived. No damage to the items, all parts were included with all instructions and hardware. They also answered my emails with questions concerning the product in a very speedy manner. Great Service!!!!! I will definitely do business with Etrailer in the future!!!! 243296



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

Product was as described, It arrived on time and etrailer.com did there job well with helpful videos and advise. I would advise having a good lift to install these air springs I didn't and it was a challenge and took much longer than expected. I installed the air springs on a 2013 F150 4x4 super cab and jacked the truck up and did it from a creeper on the floor. It just took longer than I had hoped but the installation and instructions were fine and the product seems of good quality. 238420



- F2525
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2011 Ford F-150

Thank you very much for the product and fast delivery. This arrived in perfect condition, traveled more than 9,000 km (to Chile). I'm sure that will be of much help to my campers Rodrigo E. 227621



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

The product is very high quality, well built and designed. Installed easily in about an hour and a half. Watching the online video helped. Inflated them to 40 psig to start with trailer attached, still had a little bounce so I went to 50 psig. That completely cured the problem. I used a bicycle pump with a built in gauge it worked great to accurately set the pressure. Not much pumping because it is a low volume of air. It did make the ride much more firm. Set the air back to 5 psig when not towing feels like they are not even on the truck. Made the towing experience much more enjoyable. No sea sick passengers. 198397



- F2525
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If you want great customer service this is your go to company. I have never seen a company get you what you need so quickly and keep you so informed through the entire purchasing process. Their sales people set the bar for outstanding customer service. You won't go wrong dealing with this company. 129539



- F2525
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Smoothed out the ride while towing my heavier trailers. 123531



- F2525
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2012 Ford F-150

Could not ask for better service, ordered on wed 7:30pm, delivered fri 5pm. product well made, took 2hrs to install taking my time, fit well, will have to wait for warmer weather before towing camper to see how well it performs. 117852



- F2525
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2010 Ford F-150

Time from ordering to shipping was amazon.com FAST! Don't know if that is legal to say...but I was impressed. The product actually arrived 2 days earlier than I expected with Standard shipping. All the parts I ordered were in good condition and installation was easy. I will use etrailer.com in the future! 115600



- F2525
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2013 Ford F-150

Had a set of these on my last truck so when I got my new truck this was one of the first things I did to it. They make the varying loads I carry very easy to deal with. 101828



- F2525
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Good quality product, instructions are clear and kit was complete. The frame-mounting with the tabs is cheezy, and quite difficult on the driver side where access hole to the frame is obstructed by wiring/hydraulic lines. I recommend a solution that only uses access from outside of frame -- like a toggle bolt... after all the torque was only 20 ft-lb. 79157


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I agree with Rob B on the frame mounting tabs. Definitely a two person job lining up the tabs with the bolts. Other than that it was an easy install and well worth the money. If you are going to haul a heavy trailer this is by far the way to go!

-- comment by: Rcerne - 06/12/2013

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Installed a set today on my 2013 F-150. Nothing about this product is cheezy. I owned a repair shop for 35 years and was impressed with the quality of this kit. A toggle bolt would not replace the steel plate firestone uses for the bracket mounting inside the frame . All in all, a first class problem solver. Lloyd Church Powell Butte, Oregon

-- comment by: Lloyd C - 11/16/2013

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- F2525
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2009 Ford F-150

Everytime I order from eTrailer the products arrive faster and the installation gets more enjoyable. I used the air bag system to correct trailer sway and vehicle sag on my '09 F150. Putting these brackets on the suspension was awsome with only three common hand tools and the results are wonderful. I needed the adjustability of air ride to compensate for light loads when empty and of course heavy trailer weight when pulling a 20ft enclosed v-nose. This system allows me to maintain level vehicle travel with just a portable air tank and a low pressure tire PSI gauge. 52552



- F2525
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2011 Ford F-150

I researched airbags before I purchased. The firestone bags are rated higher than the airlift bags. The kit was fairly easy to install. I did the job by myself in approx 2hrs. I havent pulled a load yet, but everything operates like its supposed to. 46384



- F2596
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


We’ve had the airbags on for several trips now and love them. Our cousin was impressed so they had a set installed with the onboard compressor. I have always carried an air compressor with me so I didn’t install one. Our 5th Wheel has a much gentler bounce over rough terrane, and unhitching and hitching up is a little nicer now. Great product. 672981



- F2596
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


A absolute must for anyone that tows a fifthwheel , install took about 1.5 hours and made a huge difference Im towing ! 669476



- F2445
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Excellent product and follow-up service from etrailer. 671578



- F2596
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Third Firestone air bags. 3 trucks. I won’t use anything else 519628


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Great

Donald - 06/09/2019

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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Got the product a couple of weeks ago and today was the only time I had to install them, easy to install I wish the instructions were a little more clear, had go online to get more specific details, it took me about an hour and a half to complete the job, looks great and I'll be trying them out tomorrow with my first load 544323


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We have an install video on the product page for the air bag kit you purchased. You can view it by using the provided link.

-- Mike L - 07/23/2018

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They work great, one issue I have is there is a small leak somewhere, I have to air the bags up about every 10 days, no big deal that gives me a chance to get under the truck and check for other issues, I like the product , easy to install

Ryan S - 07/22/2019

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In checking for leaks we recommend using a spray bottle with some soapy water, and I would start your leak inspection at any of the connections points (to the bag, or at the fill point), and then the rest of the lines.

-- Rachael H - 8/7/2019


- F2407
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


I bought the Firestone Ride-Rite airbags for my 2014 Toyota Tacoma SR5 because the rear end sagged way too much when hauling our four mountain bikes on my Thule platform rack. The installation was very straightforward and took roughly 4 hours. A year later, the airbags work awesome, and I wish I had know to add them when I first bought the truck five years ago! 663926



- F2430
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Quickly arrived and pretty easy to install. I filled to approx 20psi just as a daily driver but already can tell a big difference in the overall handling of the truck. The rear end feels stabilizes quickly when hitting bumps and the body rill is greatly reduced.I have yet to try them with a heavy load but I have no doubt they will perform great. 2008 GMC Sierra 1500. 517454


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Still a great product a year later. I have pulled heavier trailers across the country,used it for my 30ft travel trailer. Alls i need to do is adjust the pressure to my desired settings and the truck rides smoothly down the highway nice and level. Highly recommended product. Product is holding up well.

Ben - 06/04/2019

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- F2596
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


They work perfect. Due to my truck coming with the factory installed Puck System, it was the only to go for installation. Other systems required a bracket to go up and over the frame which in not possible with factory installed hitch system.They perform perfectly as I like to have a little more support when hauling my fifth wheel camper and gooseneck trailers. 609449



- F2445
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Installed by professional mechanic. instal went well. Totally changes the dynamic of towing. We have a 34 ft travel trailer. Control is excellent. Far better feel with heavy loads in the bed as well. Over all excellent product, very satisfied. 601774



- F2407
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Easy to install. The bags were easy to install, Ride is nice, If I had to pick on the install I wood say cutting the bump stops makes removing them shod you wish to cost you new bump stops. 2991



- F2445
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


The product works great. 417766



- F2407
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Product arrived quickly. These air helper springs look very well made. They were relatively easy to install. The difficulties I had were related to the equipment and tools I had (or didn't). I only had hand tools. So the install took a lot longer than suggested. All the parts fit and matched up without interfering with any parts on the vehicle. We'll see how they stand up to use over time. 227862


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No problems. Springs still working great.

Wyatt S - 09/25/2016

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- F2445
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Kit was delivered in good shape, installed as advertised! Very happy with the product! 616144



- F2596
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


Just Installed the new Ride Rite Airbags on my new 2019 Silverado High Country 3500 SRW. This is my 3rd set of Ride Rite Bags. I've had these air Bags on a previous 2008 GMC HD 2500 and a 2013 GMC Denali 3500 Dually. I have a heavy Toy Hauler Fifth Wheel and these Airbags are a must have. I have about 3500 LBS on the Pin and with about 60 PSI in the bags it brings me back close to factory ride height and gives a much nicer ride than without. The bags bring you back up off of the overload springs so it rides much smoother and the other added benefit is that your headlights are pointed correctly so you are not blinding the oncoming vehicles and constantly getting flashed. As to the installation I had my 2 previous sets installed at a shop. This set I decided to do myself after watching the install video and reading the supplied instructions. It was pretty simple I took my time to make sure I had each step correct and It took about 3 hours to complete. I think now that I have done it I could cut that time in half. Best choice for handling a heavy load I highly recommend them! 638023



- F2598
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


easy install bags work great, almost 70K with zero malfunctions 380629



- F2596
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everything arrived fast and in good shape. nice job e-trailer 227552



- F2430
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


So far, I would give this product a 5 star rating. I must say, the installation directions from Firestone are a bit lacking. However, the installation video from etrailer made the installation a snap. I completed the installation in about 3 hours. I'm confident these Ride Rite bags will improve my hauling and towing performance when I go on long fishing trips fully loaded with gear and pulling my 19 foot boat. Also, etrailer was as good as their word when I asked them to honor their price pledge. 505966


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Still very satisfied.

Ken - 05/09/2019

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- F2407
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Review from a similar Firestone Ride-Rite in Vehicle Suspension


The Firestone Ride-Rite vehicle suspension system is excellent. It allows me to easily increase the air pressure to compensate for camper tongue weight and lower pressure for a soft ride when no tongue weight exists. The installation at etrailer was superior as always. Outstanding company to do business with. 432066


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  • Will Firestone Ride-Rite Air Bags # F2525 Fit with Ford Factory Wheel Well Liners
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  • Will the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Bags # F2525 Fit on a 2013 Ford F-150 With Reese 5th Wheel Hitch
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  • Would Firestone Air Bag Suspension Prevent Trailer Sway
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  • When installing the Firestone Ride Rite Air Helper Spring System # F2525 on a 2014 Ford F150, the original bolt for the jounce bumper will be reused to attach the frame bracket to the underside of the frame. There is a nut welded into the frame to accept the bolt. I've linked you to an installation video. This procedure is the same regardless of if it's a 2WD or 4WD. You might also be interested in a compressor kit, part # F2158 that would allow you to increase or decrease the pressure...
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  • First, you are going to want to look at where the installation kit for the 5th wheel hitch installs on the frame of your 2011 Ford F-150. It will be either on the inboard sides of the frame rails or the outboards sides. And in some cases the brackets attached to the frame can wrap around partially on the bottoms of the frame rails. In order for Firestone Ride-Rite kit # F2525 to fit the outboards sides of the frame rails would have to be clear. I have linked the instructions and a video...
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  • Suspension Enhancement Recommendation for a 2014 Ford F-150
  • Since you do not have the 8,200 lb pay load the # SSA28 would not be the right kit for you, but we do have solutions that would work great for your 2014 Ford F-150. The two most popular options are the Timbren part # TFR1504D and the Firestone Ride Rite part # F2525. The advantage to the Timbren is that it does not require you to monitor anything. You just install it and you are ready to go like the SuperSprings. The advantage to the Firestone is that you are able to fine-tune the...
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  • When you go to install a fifth wheel on the 2013 Ford F-150, you will need to install a Sidewinder to replace the pin box on the trailer. The 5-1/2 ft bed is too short for a normal slider hitch, and you could damage the cab when executing turns. If you want to send me the make and model of the pin box on the trailer I will be glad to make a recommendation for the Sidewinder that will work for you. Since the brackets for a fifth wheel hitch will use the outside frame on the truck, they...
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  • What Size Bolt is Used to Hold On the Factory Bump Stops on a 2011 Ford F-150
  • The bolt holding on the factory jounce bumper on the 2011 Ford F-150 is a 13mm. You will most likely need an extension to get to the bolt without interference from the jounce bumper.
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  • Socket Size Required to Remove the Jounce Bumper on a 2009-2015 Ford F-150
  • We used a 14mm socket to remove the jounce bumper on a 2014 and 2015 Ford F-150. The jounce bumper is about 4 inches long, so you will want to use an extension. I would use a 4 inch extension if you are using a standard socket and a 2 inch extension if you are using a deep well socket. I have attached an installation video for you to check out for the Firestone Ride-Rite Kit, # F2525, on a Ford F-150.
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  • Converting Firestone F2525 to Fit with B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck Hitch in 2012 Ford F-150
  • The Firestone Ride-Rite Springs # F2525 will not fit with a B&W Turnoverball Gooseneck # BWGNRK1104. All of the parts for the # F2542 kit are the same as the # F2525 except the frame brackets. For these use # F5739 for the driver's side and # F5738 for the passenger's side.
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  • Recommended Air Spring and Bracket System for 2011 Ford F-150 2WD 5.0L
  • The Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs - Double Convoluted - Rear Axle # F2525 are confirmed to fit your 2011 Ford F-150. It will come with all of the mounting brackets, air lines, and manual inflation valves for both the air bags that you can mount wherever you see as convenient. This is a complete system designed to fit your truck. The only thing it does not come with is the optional compressor system that would allow you to adjust the pressure with the push of a button at...
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