Your Cart Is Empty

2012 Mazda 3 Air Suspension Kits

Have a Question?
Have a Question? Ask a product expert! (800) 874-8888 Live Chat

  • shipping icon
  • Not Rated Yet

 

View all reviews for this product

There are no customer reviews for this product

You may only compare up to 5 products at a time.
Please select at least two products to start comparing.

Latest Customer Reviews

Air Lift WirelessOne Air Control System Reviews


beerwhisper

Reviewed By Aaron B (Bremerton, WA) Reviewed for a 2012 Mazda 3 —8/12/2013 8:35 PM

I installed the system myself, in one day. The instructions were excellent. I downloaded them before delivery, so I knew what to expect. For ignition power, I tapped off the trailer plug harness. Dropping the spare tire provided plenty of room for the compressor and related hardware. There were no leaks or electrical issues, so I zip-tied all hoses and wires. I really like the system. When hooked up to our 39' 5th wheel, I use preset 2. Empty, I use preset 1. Very nice!

View More Reviews

Air Lift Load Controller II Reviews


Great on board controller

Reviewed By Brenda S (PONCHA SPRINGS, CO) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra —7/31/2016 9:26 PM

I had this single gauge Load Controller II installed by a local auto shop on my 2014 Toyota Tundra. It is one of the less expensive options for on-board controllers and was worth every penny. The standard compressor is mounted in the cab, under the rear seat, and on the rear wall of the truck cab. Inflation and deflation is easy for controlling the psi in my Air Lift Load Lifter 5000 Ultimate rear leveling kit (air bags). No complaints, no regrets so far.

View More Reviews

Firestone In-Cab System Reviews


Late arrival

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.

View More Reviews