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Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit Part #60728 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Ken E (Roseville, CA) Reviewed for a 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser — Jul 25, 2007 8:44 AM
Haven't loaded up and hooked up the trailer yet, but it seems like it should work fine. Installation was more like 4 hours. I'm sure with a lift it would have been faster. First side took 2.5 hours. Second side in about 1.5 hours. You can't just remove the bottom shock bolt. You have to remove the top shock mounting bracket to get the suspension to drop down enough to get the spring out. Plastic "T" should be brass, plastic seems to easy to break. Extra spring clamps would also be nice since they are pretty fragile. Chased down 2 leaks and now it's holding air. Be sure to check the valve stem. It wasn't screwed in tight from the manufacturer. Lifts the truck 1.5 inches unloaded.
Reviewed by Steve H (Greensboro, NC) Reviewed for a 1997 Lexus LX450 — May 16, 2007 5:46 PM
Installed my air lift bags weekend before last. They work great at 7-10 PSI with the truck empty. They'll get their first test this weekend, full of camping gear, people, and a trailer.
Reviewed by Paul M (Salt Lake City, UT) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota Land Cruiser — Feb 21, 2007 7:00 AM
The Air Lift suspension kit I ordered has turned out to be just the answer for my overloaded Land Cruiser. It's an expedition prepared vehicle and carries a great amount of weight all the time. The order showed up on time. The install was a breeze.
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- Part #:60728
- No Drilling Required
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