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Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit Part #60777 Customer Reviews
4 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by steve k (Austin, TX) — Dec 06, 2008 6:29 AM
I'm very pleased with the kit. It goes in fairly easily if you are mechanically inclined and have the jacks and tools. You need to have a right angle drill to make the holes for the tubes to run.
Reviewed by arthur b (Niederwald, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Jeep Liberty — Nov 04, 2008 8:18 PM
I purchased the AirLift 1000 set for a 2005 Jeep Liberty Limited. Product literature promised a one hour +- install -- it took me over 4 hours. Not that I am mechanically challenged, I consider my skills far beyond "pro-sumer" level. The instructions were well written, product is high quality and works as advertised. On my installation, a 3/4 inch hole was required on the bottom of the spring plate. That is where the time added up. Drilling the hole requires a 3/4 bi-metal hole saw and a right angle drill adapter. Did I mention the time? Four trips to Home Depot and nearly 20 minutes of drill time were required to complete the hole. Everything else, from squeezing the bags into the coils and running the air line was easy. Art
Reviewed by Robert F (Pennellville, NY) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Nitro — Aug 23, 2008 4:45 AM
I keep about 500 lbs of parts and tools in the back. The Nitro's stock suspension is way too soft and frequently bottomed out. I hated the Nitro's ride and was desperate to fix it, but the dealer and parts stores did not have a solution. Because the Jeep Liberty and the Dodge Nitro are very similar, I decided to see if the Liberty kit would work on my Nitro. It worked fine, even though it is not listed as one of the compatible vehicles. If you are not an experienced mechanic, I do not suggest doing the installation yourself. You can damage brake hoses etc if you are not careful.
Reviewed by Lisa E (American Fork, UT) Reviewed for a 2003 Jeep Liberty — Aug 09, 2008 6:48 PM
I installed these on a 2003 Jeep Liberty. The installation took the better part of a Saturday only because I had to make two trips to the auto store. Had I had all the right tools from the start, I could have gotten this done in about 3 hours - considering my novice experience with this sort of installation. I lifted the frame of the jeep with RV sizzor jacks and used a floor jack to manipulate the axle. Tip1: I could not get the coils out of their mounting spots without a coil spring compression tool (one of my trips to the auto store.) Tip2: The hose clamps they send you are too big to fit the exhaust of the Liberty, you will want smaller clamps (my 2nd trip to the store) to install the heat barriers. All in all, I am very satisfied with the product and the installation.
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