Reviewed By Diego R (HOUSTON, TX) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado —7/18/2016 8:06 PM
Perfect substitution for a suspension lift. Makes my truck look just as nice. Simple and priced perfect!
Reviewed By Johnny R (HIGHLAND, CA) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Caravan —7/12/2016 7:50 PM
I installed kit, turned out great! Lifted van to correct height no problem. Ride was very good not over powering for height gain. Unfortunately two days after installed system the van was side swiped and ripped rear axle out from under the van, unable to test trailer towing.
Reviewed By Stephen H (KANSAS CITY, MO) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-250 —7/6/2016 6:49 AM
We are a scale company and our F250 trucks sometime need to carry many test weights. up to 2000 lbs. after installing the Air bag Suspension Kits our trucks ride very level and the ride is much smoother. I highly recommend
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Whether you’re looking for extra ground clearance or rugged style, lifting your rig is the way to do it. But, do you opt for a lift kit or a leveling kit? Here’s the lowdown on everything you need to know before making your buying decision.
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Adding a few inches to your rig isn’t just stylish, but it’s also practical, especially if you’re big on off-roading. Even if your main territory consists of long expanse of road, a lift or leveling kit can improve your driving pleasure. Find out whether leveling kits or lift kits are the better option to get the results you’re looking for with this handy article.