Reviewed By roberto f (SURFSIDE, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota 4Runner —11/20/2012 6:42 AM
very needed for my armored 4runner
Reviewed By Maurice Q (San Mateo, CA) Reviewed for a 2008 Toyota 4Runner —8/1/2012 1:52 PM
The 4 runners have a notoriouisly soft suspension, great for driving kids around bad for towing. Originally I purchased some Air Lift helper bags and they leaked and never worked well the fittings were cheap push on plastic tees and the system quickly developed leaks. My compressor ran all of the time. I replumbed the system hoping to stop the leaking but it did not so eventually I pulled the bags out and tossed them. The Firestone bags were a replacement and they seemed to be better made heavyer material and best of all they use DOT approved Parker air line fittings. the bags slipped right in and the plumbing was a breeze. I did not like the two inlet system so i teed the two bags together into one service line to my compressor and after two weeks have not leaked a drop of air. The ride has been stiffened up a bit but now I can adjust the suspension for my load conditions!
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