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Pontiac 6000 Firestone Suspension Systems

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Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit Reviews


Airbag system review

Reviewed By Steven S (CHANDLER, AZ) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 —12/14/2017 7:21 AM

First comment is on the packaging... I opened the box and found all the brackets loose in the box and scraping paint off, none of the brackets were wrapped individually. Installing the Air Bags was easy and the instructions were good. The only issue I encountered was when installing the actual airbags into the upper frame mount the tabs were too narrow to allow the air bag brackets to slip in. A big hammer corrected this.

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Renee's Review

Reviewed By Rene D (Wells, NV) Reviewed for a 2004 Dodge Ram —5/19/2017 7:09 AM

Installing was easy. We mounted the unit to a sheet of aluminum that we cut to fit under the back seat and behind the flat load floor on the right side. We kept the unit loose under the back of the seat in case of need to get to it to work on it. The air lines were run through a small hole drilled into the back of the cab and then sealed around it. The unit works very well and the air compressor noise in the cab is very tolerable since you only hear it when you inflate or deflate the bags.

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Firestone In-Cab System Reviews


In Cab Air Bag Comp System

Reviewed By Charles B (PORT ALLEN, LA) Reviewed for a 2016 Dodge Ram —9/7/2016 6:34 AM

Quality product. Installation took me about 4 hours and this was my second one I installed. I installed the gauge/control switch in the console of my 2016 Ram 2500 and the compressor under the back seat mounted on a 3/4" piece of wood. Wiring and air line to the controller from compressor routed under seat, under kick plate/carpet. Tubing from "T" through hole drilled in floor under back seat to the air bags along with wire routed through frame to the battery where the in-line fuse was installed

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