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VIDEO: How to install a LoadLifter 5000™ Ultimate kit (P/N 88396) on a Ford F-250/F-350/F-450 and related vehicles.
VIDEO: How to install a LoadLifter 5000™ Ultimate kit (P/N 88275) on a Chevy Silverado 2500/3500 and related vehicles.
VIDEO: How to install a LoadLifter 5000™ ULTIMATE kit (P/N 88295) on a Dodge Ram 2500/3500 and related vehicles.
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.
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.
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…
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?”
As a leader in air suspension innovation, Air Lift was one of the first to provide push to connect air fittings in air spring kits. Learn more about push to connect air fittings.
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.