Reviewed By Sid M (PEORIA, AZ) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra —8/8/2016 8:22 PM
Easy to install and great ride even with no load
Reviewed By Bryan S (Avon, IN) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —7/30/2016 10:53 AM
Didnt have time to install thisnin cab before trip to Holiday World. But i did install while down there for the week. Install before you haul so much less stressful to adjust air pressure on the fly. Was shot in dark on air pressure needed to offseat 600 pounds of gear and a 5000 pound travel trailer. On the way down had to stop and raise pressure another 20psi. Was able to adjust for rough road construction on the way back as rough pavement occurred. Totally worth the piece of mind.
Reviewed By Glen H (SUWANEE, GA) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford F-150 —4/14/2016 4:01 PM
I added this to my 2011 F150 with the Firestone airbags. GREAT product and works perfect. I had 2 installation issues to overcome. First was the location to place it. I mounted the compressor to the under side of the bed, directly behind the spare tire. It's well out of the weather and well protected. Second was power supply to the controller. Key point: use the exact gauge wire as any other accessories you have connect (aka: amplifier, etc.).
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