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2013 Ford Explorer Suspension Systems

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Reviewed By Russell J (Summerhill, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford Explorer —11/24/2015 7:36 AM

The instructions suggested that you install the Air Lift Air Bags from the bottom of the coil springs. What I found out is there is a bigger gap at the top to insert them. Another thing I found out is if you use grease on the springs and Air Lift Air Bags they almost fall in place. This method is a little messy but you cut your time down and less effort to install them. The Air Lift Air Bags are a good product that helped my vehicle from sagging when hauling my trailer.

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Reviewed By Christopher M (PARMA, OH) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford Explorer —9/8/2015 8:47 AM

Quality product, ordered the Load Controller II to go with the 1000 air suspension kit. Although the instructions were well written, took the kit into my local service shop, where they did a quality custom job. Although my Explorer came from the factory with a tow package, the rear end sagged with the trailer on it. The air suspension corrected the sagging issues I was experiencing, would highly recommend this product.

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Reviewed By Bryan S (Avon, IN) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —7/30/2016 10:53 AM

Didnt have time to install thisnin cab before trip to Holiday World. But i did install while down there for the week. Install before you haul so much less stressful to adjust air pressure on the fly. Was shot in dark on air pressure needed to offseat 600 pounds of gear and a 5000 pound travel trailer. On the way down had to stop and raise pressure another 20psi. Was able to adjust for rough road construction on the way back as rough pavement occurred. Totally worth the piece of mind.

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