Reviewed By Steve H (GARDEN GROVE, CA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Avalanche —1/25/2015 7:26 PM
The picture above is not what I received. I got the red air bags that go inside the springs, which work out good.
Reviewed By Jim W (Renton, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram —1/25/2015 5:32 PM
I haven't driven around and loaded them down yet. It took a few hours to install. Installation would have been a little easier if the instructions were cleaned up a little bit. Still I slogged through it and got them in. One of the air fill valves was jammed when I tried pumping it up. I stuck a screw in there and wiggled the pin around. Then it took air and held. They look like they will work well.
Reviewed By Dewayne C (WEATHERFORD, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-350 —1/22/2015 9:31 AM
Once installed the system works excellent. Installation wasn't difficult however there is a lot of under the vehicle work required due to the crowded engine compartment. On a 2015 F350 there is absolutely no place for the pump or ECU in the engine compartment. The only other compliant would be, using the Android app, there is no air pressure gauge.
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