OMG...AirLift your Siena rear ! ! !
Reviewed By Joseph a. O (Tomball, TX) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Sienna —9/29/2014 12:02 PM
Added adjustable air springs to the rear coils, reduced body roll in curves by 50%, eliminated hitting bump stops over speed bumps and now have limo smooth freeway ride. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED INSTALL...with tips at the SiennaChat/Forum site under Generation III, Modifications tab. This system allows you to easily modify for load, or trailer, or personal stiffness preference. Best 100 bucks you will spend on your Swagger Wagon !
Improved Ride and Capability
Reviewed By Ed H (Moon Township, PA) Reviewed for a 2007 Ford F-150 —9/28/2014 6:36 AM
Installed Air Bag Kit on my '07 F150 about a month ago. Install was quick and easy with hand tools; used an air ratchet to speed the process. Purchased a "T" fitting to join the air lines & simplify filling. Hauled 1 ton of limestone, needing only 75 psi to level truck; the ride was smooth and controlled. Unloaded with the minimum 5 psi, the air springs seem to overcome the "stiction" of the stock leaf springs, easing small bumps and providing a smooth highway ride. Would def buy again.
great service from Air Lift
Reviewed By Richard B (ODESSA, FL) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tundra —9/29/2014 4:44 AM
Noticed I was missing the two 90 degree nipples that attach to top of lift bag. Called them on a Friday afternoon and were in my mailbox on Tuesday! So far holding air just fine. I had Firestones on my last Tundra which lasted me over 10 years. The quality if these appear similar. While installing, jack up the opposite wheel to give you more clearance while wedging the bag between axle and frame.