Reviewed by John E (Parma, ID) Reviewed for a 2007 Chevy Silverado — 2011-11-25 21:52:34
Went with the WirelessOne Air system as I didn't want anymore gauges to install in the cabin. System came with easy to understand generic instructions. Would have been a little easier if it would have been specific to the truck make and model. Hardest part was deciding where to mount the compressor and where to tap the power. Most suggested spots were to exposed to the elements, and I didn't want it in the cab. Finally decided to mount it all on an unused shelf type bracket that appeared to be for an aux fuel tank. High up under the front of the bed, is a great spot and very well protected. Compressor is somewhat noisy, so was happy I didn't put it in the cab. Hooked the power to an unused 15 amp (rear wiper)fuse, using the supplied fuse tap. Tap is a weak link, but seems to work ok. Routing the air lines to the Air Lift bags was easy, and the system did not leak. Instructions said a few hours installation. I spent the better part of a day due to the difficult access of where I put the compressor and the manifold. A lift would speed things up considerably.
Once installed, system worked flawlessly. I can change pressures while driving, or while standing outside. Very pleased with the system once installed.