Firestone In-Cab System Customer Reviews
13 Customer Reviews
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Take your air suspension to the next level with a Firestone In-Cab Air System. By adjusting your air shocks from the comfort of your cab, Firestone lets you handle any load and any road on the fly. Depending on your needs, Firestone offers Level Command and Dual Command kits.
Level Command is the most economical way to control your air suspension. By inflating and deflating one pair of air springs, Level Command is the best choice for your light towing and hauling needs.
The Dual Command kit allows control over two pairs of air springs. With dual controls and a dual gauge, these kits monitor and control each spring independently. Dual Command is perfect for off-center loads like slide-in campers and motorhomes.
Level Command kits come with a standard- or heavy-duty air compressor—the Dual Command comes with a standard-, heavy- or super-duty compressor and an air tank (most models). Each kit includes gauge, compressor, air line, fittings, filter and fasteners, and Firestone backs ‘em with a 2-year warranty.
13 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Chester F (Clarksville, IA) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-250 — Aug 16, 2013 9:29 PM
I installed the in cab dual control system to compliment my Ride Rite Air bags. the installation was pretty easy, my truck had a good mounting spot but I had to move my brake controller to the small cubby hole in the dash. It fit there fine with the Firestone in-cab controller just below it. I attached the illumination light wire to the 4 wheel drive selector switch illumination light. It works like a charm, now I can level my truck camper when loaded and also when I park on uneven ground.
Reviewed by Troy S (Cedar Rapids, IA) — Jun 25, 2013 1:24 PM
The installation of the bags was very simple with easy to follow instructions. I mounted my compressortothe back of my CAI and ran the filter inside the box. Getting the wires and hoses inside the cab through the firewall was the most tedious part of the process. Everything works as planned to pull my 30 ft TT!
Reviewed by David B (Cuba, IL) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra — Jan 02, 2013 6:07 PM
The only things II would like to see is a switch that is included in the kit to turn it on and off and a little heavier gauge wire that powers the compressor. I realize pumping air bags it does not run a extended length of time but what if you have to air up a tire?
Reviewed by Eugene L (ALAMOGORDO, NM) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-250 — Dec 12, 2012 6:20 PM
I took a few more hours to install than I figured. It took me 10 hours to instal the bags and compressor by my self. If I where to do it again I would get the remote control version so you do not have to run any hoses or wires in the cab. I installed the compressor behind the front bumper on the passenger side. Good luck!
Reviewed by Robert C (Coral Gables, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-350 — Aug 26, 2012 9:22 PM
Purchased the Firestone air compressor separate from the Firestone air ride which was purchased from another vendor. This system works well and solves any future problems when hauling my trailer rig. Chose the heavy duty pump and the ability to adjust the left rear separate from the right. Mounted the compressor under the rear seats of my crew cab and the gauge/switches under the steering. Makes adjusting air ride a breeze.
Reviewed by DARYL S (Custer, SD) — Jun 14, 2012 7:46 AM
I own Sylvan Rocks Climbing School and tow a 19 foot up to Sylvan Lake in Custer State Park ever day over some steep curvey roads. The trailer is not overloading the 2011 chevy 1500 truck by the numbers, but its a big load. The bags give things a more stable feel and I like that. Maybe not totally needed, but seems like a good addition. There is a super easy spot to mount the compresser under the hood, but we needed a little more hose and another fitting to do the job right. All and all though, the kit was pretty complete with high quality components.
Reviewed by Robert H (Frankfort, KY) Reviewed for a 1995 Chevy Tahoe — Jun 14, 2012 1:45 AM
This system does exactly what you need it to do., the hardest part of the whole install is deciding where to put the gauge. The gauge/switch pod does not circle around the whole gauge, so unless you have a compartment to mount it in, the wires and air lines will stay visible. I mounted mine in my 95 Tahoe CD storage compartment under the CD player. All in all, I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars just because of the extra work required to make the gauge look good on the interior. Very good product overall.
Reviewed by Leon J (Dundalk, MD) Reviewed for a 1994 Ford F-150 — Feb 19, 2011 10:27 AM
This system is the best I purchased the complete system for my 1994 Ford F-150 4x4 because I do a lot of hauling I had about 2000 pounds on my truck the other day (first load since the system was installed)and it handled great I only put about 30 psi in the bags with a max psi of 100 and that was plenty to keep the truck a couple of inches above factory ride height if you purchased this system you wont be disappointed.The in cab system i purchased was the level 2 command heavy duty compressor which was $338 because a regular level 1 compressor might not have been able to pump up the bags with a load on it,I hope this comment helps.
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