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    15,000 - 19,999


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  • Last Activity: 05-02-2016 02:46 AM
  • Join Date: 07-12-2011
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  1. Truck Guy99
    04-16-2014 05:09 AM - permalink
    Hi, I have a 1988 4x4 F350 that I plan to do a 6 inch suspension lift on. What do you provide for my truck because it's lifted and what part # should I order? I plan to pull a bumper pull car hauler up to 10k and the lift springs simply aren't up to the task I plan. Thanks
  2. pgguru
    04-06-2014 06:14 PM - permalink
    I have an 2003 Excursion 4X4 that I lowered the Back 2" by taking out my Axle Blocks so I would fit in my reserved Company underground parking but want to be able to lift it when Towing my Travel trailer.. I noticed that the Kit I looked at connects the bottom of the bag to the Lift Block that I don't have any more. Is there a kit that will work for my application
  3. 02-01-2014 08:43 PM - permalink
    I have a 2014 F350 Super Duty DRW Crew Cab 4 x 4 with factory hitch option. Will the 2535 Kit work since that hitch support under the bed utilizes the center hole in frame? If not what will work as my 42" 5th wheel 18,000 gvw causes it to squat a little more than I like
  4. DaveNTx
    08-29-2013 09:00 PM - permalink
    Hi AirLift - 'just bought a set of your LL 5000 Ultimates from a truck outfitter here in College Station - I'll probably have their shop install them on my 2013 F250.

    I have read various discussions that suggest installing limiting straps so the air bags won't be supporting the axle if the truck is lifted by the frame. Others say that the shocks will support the axle and limit straps are not necessary.

    What do you recommend regarding limit straps?

  5. 03-12-2013 01:18 PM - permalink
    I am wondering if the airlift airbags part # 57395, is the correct part for a 2011 F-350 SRW 2WD w/ factory (underbed rails) 5th wheel hitch installed? if so, what do you rate (how hard) the install? easy, some difficulty or extremely difficult? Thanks for any answers you can provide.

  6. 02-11-2013 10:01 AM - permalink
    I'm looking for air springs for a 2008 Ford F250, 6.4 diesel, crew cab, 6' 9" bed, 5th wheel hitch with custom frame mounts. Does Air Lift have a kit for this unit?
  7. 12-14-2012 01:27 PM - permalink
    I have a question about which kit will work. 99 F250 v10 SD Custom Cab Standard bed 4x4. It has a goose-neck hitch that came with the truck. It looks like a Valley Twist-To-Lock Cable Gooseneck hitch although I can't find any name plate on it but looking on line it looks very muck like the kit and it is a cable twist lock set-up. It has plates bolted on the outside of the frame. Which kit would work with this style hitch. Also I'm considering lifting the truck 4" in the future will this present a problem.

  8. endobear
    12-10-2012 10:41 AM - permalink
    Im looking to purchase an Air Lift system for my 02 4x4 f350 that has a 4.5" lift. I only tow tag trailers. Im looking for an economic complete system incuding light duty compressor.
    Thanks Jaysen
    Can you send me a quote. Im lost in all the options that are out there.
  9. 11-26-2012 05:56 PM - permalink

    I was wondering if you could tell me if you sell just the wireless control and "manifold" part of the 72000 kit, as I already have a tank and compressor.

  10. 10-16-2012 03:07 PM - permalink

    Thanks for the response. Can you elaborate on what "much more accurate" means as it relates to displayed PSI when compared to a direct manual reading? I'd be fine if the displayed values are always some factor off from a direct read if it was consistently off and didn't result in side to side variance (systems states 30# but reads 40# manually every time let's me know I need to set controller to 30# if I actually want 40# pressure).

    Is there any formal documentation or response from your engineering group you can share with me? I'm okay going to a non-wireless system if that's what I need to do to get the consistent accuracy I'm looking for... Just need to know it so I only swap systems once

    Thanks again for your guidance.

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