Reviewed By steve y (LAKE HIAWATHA, NJ) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —11/26/2015 9:00 PM
Wanted a little lift not like my old truck 3 inch body 7 inch suspension 35 inch tire this lift was all I needed stil can go with 33 inch tires
Reviewed By Carly P (Aliso Viejo, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Silverado —11/24/2015 9:33 PM
I already had a 3.5" lift on my truck, I used the 1st marker on these shocks to add 0.5" to the front end of my truck and correct the slight rake that remained... it did the trick! My truck has 157k- it was time for new struts and these Bilsteins make a huge difference in the ride, much smoother!
Reviewed By Russell J (Summerhill, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford Explorer —11/24/2015 7:36 AM
The instructions suggested that you install the Air Lift Air Bags from the bottom of the coil springs. What I found out is there is a bigger gap at the top to insert them. Another thing I found out is if you use grease on the springs and Air Lift Air Bags they almost fall in place. This method is a little messy but you cut your time down and less effort to install them. The Air Lift Air Bags are a good product that helped my vehicle from sagging when hauling my trailer.
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