Reviewed By Joshua B H (Lehi, UT) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota 4Runner —6/25/2013 7:10 AM
Loved the web site and that you can automatically filter parts based on your specific vehicle. Fast shipping and great product. Very happy buyer!
Reviewed By Jeffrey T (Redwood City, CA) Reviewed for a 1999 Toyota 4Runner —6/28/2012 8:19 AM
The new air bags in combination with the new nitrogen gas monotube rear shocks gave us a superior ride with the perfect rear riding height at any losd within the rated capacity of the 4 Runner vehicle, from empty to maximum. The installation and instuctions were spot on with no complications. If you are mechanically inclined with the right set of tools, jacks, and stands, you should be able to install these air bags. The most difficult part of our job was removing the top nuts on the existing rear shocks since we were replacing them also on the 99 4 runner, due to the limited clearance and angles. Undo the lower nuts and let the shocks hang until the springs are out if you are changing the shocks. Otherwise, you don't need to undo the top nuts.
Reviewed By Lee S (Lodi, NJ) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra —2/19/2016 7:49 AM
Installed this about 2 weeks ago. Running the wire and air hoses was the biggest time consumer of project. Mounted pump in cab becuase I did t think it would hold up to the weather under the truck. There was just enough wire and hose to complete the job. ( had 3' left over so be careful). I don't care for the fuse connector for the power but it does work. I can Raise the level of the bed about 2". My recommendation it to make a good plan as to where you will be mounting and running all pa