Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit Customer Reviews
387 Customer Reviews
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The Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit gives you the power to fine-tune your suspension’s firmness. Custom made for your vehicle, this air suspension kit is specially designed to keep your load level, improve steering control and braking, level headlight beams and even reduce tire wear.
When you’re sick of struggling with heavy loads and unfriendly roads, the Firestone air bags are a sure-fire cure. It’s designed to eliminate sag, level off-center loads and adapt to changing road conditions. And, with an up to 5,000 lb load leveling capacity, depending on your vehicle, this air suspension kit can handle some serious weight.
The Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit comes in 3 distinct models: heavy-duty Ride-Rite, smooth and level Sport-Rite, and Coil-Rite, which provides additional support for your vehicle’s coil springs. Select your vehicle from the drop-down to find out more.
Each air suspension kit includes everything you need for quick installation. And, Firestone backs these bad boys with a limited Lifetime Warranty.
387 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Jodi H (SALADO, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-250 — Mar 30, 2014 6:27 AM
After installing the firestone air bag lift suspension the difference in towing was amazing! I reserched and found that the firestone air bag suspension was rated very good for quality and price. The install of the airbags was very easy after reading the instructions a few times. The in cab air control took more time to install but we'll worth it.
Reviewed by James C (GLENROCK, WY) Reviewed for a 2005 Chevy Silverado — Mar 28, 2014 5:26 AM
I have only had them on the vehicle for a short time; The real tedt will come when we have the 5th wheel on the truck! Install instructions were lousy! Not at all clear. A video on line saved me. I trust the Firestorm name!
Reviewed by joleen m (waco, TX) Reviewed for a 2010 Toyota Tundra — Mar 26, 2014 9:41 AM
My problem was my truck squatted too much whenever a load was put on it...so much so that it stressed the first axle of my horse trailer and I ended up having to have it replaced. I came across this product and it seemed like the perfect solution. The installation was fairly easy, and my rig is now completely leveled and pulls much, much smoother.
Reviewed by charles l (UPLAND, CA) — Mar 17, 2014 9:59 PM
the kit does not help hold the suspension as promised. the truck still sinks to it's orginal hight that the shocks held it too. Not impressed with the air bags at all. Waste of my time and money. Need better instalation instructions. Take the springs out and put the airbags in that way. Use dish water soap that helps slip the airbag into the spring. You guys ever put these things in before?
Reviewed by Roger P (Ionia, MI) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-350 — Mar 17, 2014 5:26 AM
I believe the instructions could have been easier to understand. The whole kit could be assembled prior to installation. Overall, good value, good product, and affordable. Just don't install them on your truck in Febuary in your un-heated garage in Michigan, wait for the warm weather.
Reviewed by Eduardo G (VISTA, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Excursion — Feb 26, 2014 7:43 AM
The airbags are excellent and the ease of installation was great, must me handy with the basic tools required. The installation of the supporting hardware was not the only short coming. I did not like how the assembly sat on the axle or fit over the leaf spring base. I would plefer an wider base contacting th axle, maybe spreading the weight better. Once installed and aired up, it makes the truck look better and handles my toy hauler with ease. The quality of the bags in second to none...
Reviewed by Dale W (Dupont, WA) — Feb 13, 2014 5:38 AM
I bought Firestone because they just work and don't leak. The best thing to do is set all the parts out and read the directions fully, taking your time. That will be well spent so when your under the truck the install will be easy. I'm contemplating the air compressor with the dual switches opposed to airing up the inflators. Firestone is good I had a system in my last truck, it gave me no troubles what so ever.