Reviewed By Jesse U (COATESVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 2002 Toyota Tundra —8/3/2015 9:44 AM
Work excellent, easy adjustment.
Reviewed By Ron P (Ferndale, WA) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —8/2/2015 8:22 AM
Air lift system was so easy to install. Mounted the air pump behind drivers seat in storage box, fit sweet. Took the Guage and switch out of the bracket and mounted it in the console, looked like it was factory. I have an 11' arctic fox camper on the truck an have a 22' boat in tow,air lift leveled everything out and gave me a stable ride.
Reviewed By Brandon n (Ventura, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Ranger —7/30/2015 8:28 PM
The keys look good and strong. They are just made at a different angle which raises the car 2.25 inches just by putting it in and tightening the key bts to the factory position. I made mine lift 2.5 and there is still alot of bolt left to turn so you have potential here. I bought pro comp 9000 shocks and the ride quality is about the same. Very good product.
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