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Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit Part #2212 Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Benjamin M (Plano, TX) — Jun 18, 2011 7:27 AM
Hardest part of installation was drilling through the frame for upper mounting bolts. Instructions need improvement since they lack a logical flow. Be sure to read them through thoroughly before starting work. Hardware for mounting air bags to mounts was missing so that meant a trip to a real hardware store since the big box stores don't carry the correct bolts. Also pick up some flat washers since they don't include those for all of the bolts, only those that attach the upper brackets to the frame. This is the only way to properly torque the hardware since you must overcome the friction between the bolt head or nut and the surface of the part being installed so the bolt threads reach plasticity. I also added blue loctite since the locking nuts didn't seem all that great. Overall a nice product for the price with discount coupon and free shipping. $8 worth of stainless hardware to replace/augment what was include or missing makes it still a good deal.
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