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Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit Part #60798 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Dan K (SOUTH ELGIN, IL) Reviewed for a 2002 Mercury Marquis — Jun 05, 2012 8:34 PM
I found the installation relatively easy considering no drilling or part removal was necessary. One suggestion I would make would be to attach the hose to the airbag before placing it in the spring. Just make sure to thread the hose through the protective disc and appropriate hole above the spring before placing the bag in the spring. I found the first one difficult to attach, using the manufacturer's instructions, once the bag was inside the spring. It might have been easier if I had a lift but I was working on the floor which made the attachment difficult.
Reviewed by Troy H (Arvada, CO) — Nov 09, 2011 12:07 AM
The new Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit for my 1998 Crown Victoria is incredible. I installed a tow hitch and needed extra suspension support and the Air Lift was perfect for this large sedan. Handles curves better and keeps my headlights in correct position after adding several hundred pounds to the new hitch. Easy installation and great value!
Reviewed by Peter P (Portage, MI) Reviewed for a 2005 Mercury Grand Marquis — Sep 07, 2011 12:41 PM
One installation suggestion would be to recommend heating the air line tube ends with a hairdryer prior to inserting them over the "T" connection, and airbag barbs. Half of my installation time was spent forcing the connections. The airbags intially leaked. After I heated the ends with the hair dryer, and re-seated them, they held pressure. I am very happy with the perfomance. I now can tow my pop-up with my 2005 Grand Marquis, and not one bit of rear end sag anymore! Highly recommend the product, but slightly over priced. I paid $85, seems more like a $45 product.
Reviewed by James L (Simpsonville, SC) Reviewed for a 1997 Buick Le Sabre — Sep 03, 2009 1:44 AM
MY FACTORY REAR LEVELING SYSTEM WENT OUT ABOUT 2YRS. AGO ON MY 1997 BUICK LESABRE. IT WAS GOING TO COST HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS TO FIX. I DIDNT WANT TO SPEND THAT KIND OF MONEY. I DIDNT KNOW WHAT TO DO. IT WOULD SAG IN THE BACK AND I WAS SICK ABOUT IT. SOME HOW WHILE BROWSING ON THE INTERNET I LEARNED ABOUT THE AIRLIFT BRAND LIFT SYSTEM. I ORDERED A SET AND INSTALLED THEM. I AM TOTALLY AMAZED, THEY PERFORM EXACTLY AS I HOPED THEY WOULD. THEY RESTORED THE GOOD RIDE I HAD BEFORE WITH MY BUICK. ALL FOR LESS THAN $100. IF YOU HAVE A FRONT WHEEL DRIVE BUICK WITH REAR AUTO LEVELING SYS. THATS NOT WORKING LIKE MINE IS, THEN I BELEIVE YOU WILL BE WELL PLEASED AS I AM. BUT I THINK ANY AUTO THAT HAS COIL SPRINGS AND HAS SAG PROBLEMS COULD BE FIXED WITH THESE WONDERFUL AIR SPRINGS.AN INSTALLION VIDEO IS POSTED ON THE MANUFACTORS WEB SITE THAT SHOWS HOW EASY THEY ARE TO INSTALL ON MOST CARS. AUTOANYTHING GIVES GREAT SERVICE TOO!
Reviewed by Randy C (North Attleboro, MA) Reviewed for a 1997 Ford Crown Victoria — Sep 14, 2008 5:45 AM
Easy to install,keeps stock ride height and comfortable ride. A good bang for the buck! You guys at AutoAnything are great to work with!!
Reviewed by David J (Wilmington, NC) Reviewed for a 1994 Buick Le Sabre — Feb 13, 2008 9:08 AM
installation on my 94 buick lesabre was extremely easy and quick. the kit works perfectly and the troubleshooting hotline has great service. very knowledgable. will definately do business with again.
Reviewed by Jeff H (Statesville, NC) Reviewed for a 1995 Oldsmobile 98 — Aug 28, 2007 6:33 PM
wanted to take a moment and express how pleased I am thus far with the AirLift 1000 Air Spring. I own a 1995 Olds 98 with a 155,000 miles and cannot seem to depart with the vehicle. I have always loved everything about it except I did not have the support in the rear suspension for handling I would have liked. Well after stumbling upon your product , while searching for something totally different, I quickly review all the information you had on your site (i.e.: Installation Manual, On-Line Dealers) and made the decision to purchase. My cars has the 'self-leveling system' on it and it still works but I believe the springs have become a bit weak and I didn't want to invest in the $600 / $800 to replace the self adjusting shocks on a $2000 car.. Your product was the most logical alternative. I ordered last Thursday from Autoanything,com and received today at 11:00 am. I was test driving the installation at 1:00 pm. And I am excited to report that it has firmed the rear suspension and provided much better control in turns and dips. Thanks for a wonderful solution to my suspension need, I will be sharing the results with Friends and Family.
Reviewed by Daniel A (Leesville, SC) Reviewed for a 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis — Aug 11, 2007 8:30 PM
Installed them in 45 minutes Took a 500 mile trip the next day pulling a utility trailer and riding 4 adults set the psi on 20# the car was level and handle really well.
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