Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by 05Single, Dec 31, 2016.
I'm not sure. Guess I'll just have to get under there and look at my plumbing.
Yes thats correct, to a degree. Remember the swaybar still works even when the bags are aired up so side to side motion will still be limited but not as firm as straight line stuff. These are definitely not a complete load control assistance deal, just a little helping hand.
When you put it in that perspective, it makes more sense to me. Thanks.
I've never used them personally. I have some Air Lift bags that came with my drop coils in case I needed them, but I doubt I will.
I thought about it some more and realized, properly loaded, I aint going around any curves thats gonna cause any real side loading anyway.
Well I've had the bags at 0 psi since I bought the truck. My first helper set up so I don't know how well they work. Never towed anything yet, don't plan on towing as I own no toys lol
When I had airlift bags (inside of a coil spring), the instructions said that they needed a minimum (I think it was 10psi or so) pressure to keep them from chafing or getting pinched.
Oh snap , I'll look into that. Thanks.
Absolutely correct, there is a minimum recommended pressure.
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