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1971 Buick Skylark Air Suspension Kits

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Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit Reviews


Airbag installed in 1971 Buick GS

Reviewed By William B (La Crosse, WI) Reviewed for a 1971 Buick Skylark —3/21/2012 7:13 AM

I was looking for an easy and quick way to firm up the tired rear springs on my Stage 1 Buick convertible. The AirLlift 1000 kit fit the bill perfectly. Pretty easy to install, once I figured out the trick to getting them inside the springs. I installed them with separate air lines so i can preload the right side for trips to the dragstrip. I normally run them at 5-7 pounds of pressure, which gives me exactly the lift and firmness I wanted. I had the occasion for me and three of my friends (all big guys, at least 1000 pounds combined) in the car for a 100 mile road trip last week, so pumped up the pressure to about 12 pounds and the car rode great. About the only thing I don't like about them is that with anything more than 8-10 pounds in the air bags, and with just me in the car, is very 'bouncy'.

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Gabriel HiJacker Shocks Reviews


HiJackers on 01 Sierra

Reviewed By robert p (FLEMINGSBURG, KY) Reviewed for a 2001 GMC Sierra —1/3/2017 5:09 PM

Ordered the HiJackers for my 2001 sierra. Ordering went well, delivery was prompt. Fitment of the shocks was perfect, Airline kit had plenty of length. Have had couple of weeks cold weather and can see no leakage of air. The plastic shrader valve didn't want to work on one of my compressors, but filled ok on my big compressor in the shop.

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Air Lift Load Controller II Reviews


Eddie. Air lift load controller.

Reviewed By Edwin P (Lake Havasu City, AZ) Reviewed for a 1989 Toyota Pickup —1/3/2017 9:35 AM

Controller appears to be of good quality. My problem is in locating a place to mount compressor in my 89 Toyota pu. Due to engine heat can't mount in engine compartment, due to occasional crossing of streams up to floor boards mounting on frame is out of the question. So inside the cab it goes. Will just have to put up with occasional noise.

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