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You probably know that air spring suspension is the most versatile suspension system out there…but how do you choose the right on-board air compressor system?
Aside from checking the air pressure weekly, your Air Lift air springs and compressor system require very little maintenance. Read more…
A common question we receive is, “how much air should I put in the air springs?” Read more to find out how to achieve the ideal air spring air pressure setting.
One of the most common questions we receive from people installing an Air Lift on-board air compressor system is, “where should I mount my compressor?”
Here are a few basic air spring maintenance tips we recommend for the spring that you can complete in 5 minutes or less.
When installing an air suspension kit, one of the final steps is routing the air line. See the basic steps you’ll need to follow when routing air line to/from your air springs.
An on-board air compressor system lets you inflate and deflate air pressure in your air springs from inside or outside your vehicle, often with the touch of a button.
On-board air compressor systems fall into two categories, analog or wireless. Analog on-board air compressor systems mount to your vehicle’s cab and allow you to inflate and deflate your air springs with the push of a button. A gauge, which can be set in a mounting pod, connects air lines to the compressor. Analog compressor […]
You purchased a great set of air springs to help level your trailer load, so why should you spend the extra money to purchase an on-board air compressor system? Adding air suspension makes a huge difference when towing a trailer, but adding an on-board air compressor system makes it convenient and easy to use. Road […]