Reviewed By Wesley J (SWEET HOME, OR) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram —7/23/2017 8:13 AM
This set works well.
Reviewed By Kane G (Walpole, NH) Reviewed for a 2004 Nissan Titan —7/18/2017 8:52 AM
Installed on a 04 Nissan Titan, and the change in ride quality was drastic. Much much better ride with these set at 50 PSI. Did raise the back of the truck a few inches, but worth it. Have not towed with these in place yet, but initial thoughts are that these are going to make a world of diffrence.
Reviewed By Patrick M (VIROQUA, WI) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford Edge —6/28/2017 5:20 PM
Took a few hours to put in. Most the time was spent trying to figure out where I wanted to put it and run the wires. I ran the negative to the battery and instead of running the power to the ignition fuse. I ran it to the main fuse box under the hood. They're empty fuse spots that are on all the time or by the ignition of the vehicle. Other then that it works good. A little loud like other reviews but it's not on long either to really matter. Love the memory buttons
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