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Air Lift 1000 Helper Springs with OE compressor, etc.

Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by PLohr, May 4, 2020.

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  1. Big Mama

    Big Mama Full Access Member

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    you forgot Mother’s Day. just tryin to help a brother out
     
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    Thank you. It's all good, though. She was ready a long time ago and was relieved that her time was finally coming. Really cool and tough ol' broad, she was.

    Be safe under that truck this weekend. Watch them pinch points.
     
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    Hmm. They may have a sale for Mother's Day. I'll have to swing by this weekend. Thanks for the suggestion!
     
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    Using an onboard compressor for the Air Lift rear coil bags controlled from the front seat is a more expensive and higher tech way to control the air in the bags. People typically put 5 psi in them unloaded and then put in what is needed to level the vehicle when loaded or with a trailer tongue load on the hitch.

    I'd rather spend my money on an air compressor at Lowes or Home Depot which I can have in the garage to air up tires, blow crud away from spark plugs, etc. Or, air them up when needed at a gas station.

    FWIW and YMMV. :)
     

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