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Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit Part #59537 Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Xavier G (GILBERT, AZ) — Mar 27, 2016 8:28 PM
Installation of the kit was very easy and can be quickly done if you have basic tools. My hardware kit was not complete so I had to go to my local hardware store to complete the installation. Otherwise, the truck rides and looks great.
Reviewed by John J (COLUMBIA FALLS, MT) Reviewed for a 1996 Toyota Tacoma — Nov 11, 2014 9:28 AM
There is just one problem with instructions. They say mount them forward of rear axle. But my truck has one shock rear of axle and one forward of axle. If you put air bag on same side of shock when you have a load and bag expands, it well hit the shock and put a hole in the bag. Bags need to be on other side of shocks.
Reviewed by Nick S (TOLLHOUSE, CA) Reviewed for a 1998 Toyota Tacoma — May 26, 2014 1:20 PM
I guess if you installed air springs every day it would take 1 to 2 hours, I'm pretty handy for an old guy and it took about 4 hours. The hard part was linhing up the upper bracket centered and on the lower bracket. Following the instructions didn't give me good results.I ended up using a combination square on the lower bracket with the rule passing through a center line on blue tape I had placed on the upper bracket. Drilled the holes for 3/8" bolts not 5/16 as the instructions say. Not the fault of air lift but the upper mounting holes are right next to or in between the frame and a reeforcing angled brace. It made it tough to get the lock and nut on the threads, had to eliminate the flat washer , just no room. Limitations that are not addressed in the directions or the web site: 1. If for some reason you lift the truck by the frame ( like when new brake are installed by a shop)it will rip the nylon nut off the top of the air bag and probably tear out the air fitting. . It is not designed to support the weight of the axle, always lift the truck by the Axle or remove the upper bracket bolts, before lifting by the frame. The same could happen whe you drop one wheel into a hole or rut. Despite my complaints I like the way it leveled up my truck when loaded, without the stiff ride you would get with helper springs.
Reviewed by Ray B (Dayton, OH) Reviewed for a 2001 Toyota Tacoma — Oct 07, 2011 6:38 AM
Installation was quick and fairly easy after I finally found my tools that I don't use very often. They are doing the job that I bought them for. Overall, a very good buy.
Reviewed by Gordon R (Salt Lake City, UT) Reviewed for a 1995 Toyota Tacoma — Aug 20, 2009 8:29 PM
The Air Lift Kit was fairly easy to install with little room for error. It works quite well and because it is not, in my case, intended for frequent use I did not opt for the automatic inflator. I will say, however, that manually inflating and deflating takes some experience. The bladders are so small that it only takes a second to over or under inflate them. Perhaps an external bladder should be offered as a lower cost option to the automatic inflation mechanisms.
Reviewed by rich g (Provo, UT) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota Tacoma — May 19, 2007 10:01 AM
I purchased this to restore lost ride height from sagging leaf springs. After 90 minutes in my cousin's shop they were installed, inflated and my truck feels great on the road.
Reviewed by Daniel C (Floyd, VA) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota Tacoma — May 02, 2007 6:14 PM
Installed the Air Lift Leveling Kit on my 1999 Tacoma 4WD. They work great. No more rear-end sagging. I hauled 800 lb with only 20 PSI of air. It took me about 3 hours to install them. I'm very pleased.
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