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Introducing the newly redesigned LoadLifter 5000 and LoadLifter 5000 ULTIMATE kits for late model 4WD Ford F-250, F-350, and F-450 pickup trucks. The redesigned heavy-duty air spring kits feature a new lower bracket assembly with 16 fewer parts, making them quicker and easier to install.
VIDEO: Nothing can be more frustrating than spending several hours installing your new air spring kit only to find a leak when you test it at the end of installation. A common cause of that problem – did you properly cut the air line before installing?
VIDEO: How to install an Air Lift 1000™ kit (P/N 60779) on a Chevy Trailblazer and related vehicles.
We have a kit for almost any coil-sprung vehicle. Try out this simple, step-by-step process to see if we’ve got a universal kit for you.
RideControl vs. LoadLifter 5000 vs. LoadLifter 5000 ULTIMATE
So you’ve purchased Air Lift air springs – now what? If you don’t want to install your Air Lift air springs yourself, then the next step is to find someone to do it for you.
Air spring suspension systems have been around since they were patented in 1901…but a lot of things have changed in the last hundred years, especially in making and testing those air springs. Take a minute or two to learn a little about the behind-the-scenes action when it comes to the air springs you see on Air Lift shelves.
Air bags fit into the coil springs that come with your vehicle, which was designed for a smooth ride in the absence of a heavy load. As soon as you add weight to your ride, however…
In air suspension systems, air fittings matter. Under- or over-tightened fittings, mis-threaded fittings, or improperly connected fittings can cause the entire system to fail. That’s not ideal…
Aside from checking the air pressure weekly, your Air Lift air springs and compressor system require very little maintenance. Read more…