I run mine at 12-15psi for normal daily use, I like the slightly firmer ride better. Then towing increase mine. This isn't a really heavy duty unit, even at the max pressure of 35psi it still has a lot of give to it when you load up the rear of the truck, but it is WELL worth the price.mtbpath wrote:what kind of AirLift kit is this?
I'm looking to stiffen up the rear end. I'm not towing anything, yet. but with passengers the ride is a bit bouncy.
would this kit help with a more stiff ride? whats the link.
The bag (red cylinder) goes in the coil spring with an air hose at the top of each bag. You then adjust the air pressure in the bag between 5psi and 35 psi. They do make a kit w/ a switch to inflate/deflate -- but most of us are just using a normal home air compressor. At the end of the air hose there is a valve like what you would use to inflate a tire.mtbpath wrote:Carl, thanks for the link. I would assume one kit will work for the rear suspension.
can somone explain how this works? by looking at the picture, it would appear you put the cylinder inside the springs.
how does it raise and lower? does it uses air?
do you add a switch for it also.