Not sure which 2011 Toyota Tundra Air Suspension Kits are right for you? We have over 1248 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"I live in Wyoming and was a little skeptical of ordering something like this off the Internet in fear of nt getting the correct stuff. However, this company had fast shipping! The product arrived with everything needed to install (besides the tools of course). And they are very easy to use! I will be doing my shopping here in the future!" —Rodney M from Cody, WY bought an Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.
"The install of the bags was pretty straight forward. The directions could use some help thou. I used the in-cab control and medium duty pump which I mounted in the engine comp behind the btry. Running the lines properly took the most time, I didn't want to take a chance on a leak. Lost 0 psi over a 4 day rest. Empty ride w/ the minimum psi was improved over stock, even w/ the TRD springs upgrade. I tow a 23' VTREC pop up camper with a track bike on it. (About 4500 lbs) At 30 psi it is at stock ride height and handles great. No comparison. No sag, no sway. Tacoma's are known for sag, this makes it a non issue. Love'em. Well made parts, simple install. No regrets. Worth the money." —Dan M from Belton, TX bought a Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.
"Air lift system is a quality product and after the installation my 2011 Tundra sits level while pulling my 35' travel trailer. Exactly what I was looking for. Installation instructions need to be corrected. Placing jack stands under axle make it impossible to install assembled units. Jack stands need to be placed under the frame." —Jeffrey P from Elkton, FL bought an Air Lift Air Bag Suspension Kit for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.
"I wanted to give the 1/2 ton suspension a 3/4 ability. I traded my old 3/4 ton in for a 1/2 ton with an automatic. The air bags gave the Tundra enough strength in the rear suspension. The bags were relatively simple. I would like to see the braket surface that the bags sit between extend enough to allow the bag ends to sit completly on the beakers. I did rout the airlines run to one valve. The bags, overall met all my needs." —Zack H from Salem, OR bought a Firestone Air Bag Suspension Kit for a 2011 Toyota Tundra.