Write-Up: Ride Control Air Assist by Air Lift

Discussion in 'How-To' started by MXXN, Aug 29, 2009.

  1. AbunaiXR

    AbunaiXR New Member

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    Hows the ride at 5 psi?
     
  2. lamia2super

    lamia2super Member

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    just got this kit in...lets see when i can take some time off to install it
     
  3. Kookla

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    I have I think the exact system on my truck I think exactly (it was on it when I bought it) and I LOVE it!!! When I have heavy loads, I almost never bottom out (within reason) and I live in ontario Canada where it gets -20 Celsius fairly often, and I only have to put a slight amount of air in 3/4 way through winter, other than that, mine don't loose air what so ever!! When I have them filled up to bout 20 psi, I start to notice my ride is def a slight bit smoother on the rough bumps. I had been wondering who makes them, where to get them etc incase anything happens to them as I would replace them ASAP!! Now I know!
     
  4. Vince77

    Vince77 New Member

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    At 5psi you won't notice any difference.
     
  5. FireB

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    Yea, personally at 10lbs you start to feel something.
    I had mine set to about 10lbs just to have a decent inflation on the bags.
    I had mine to about 40 psi when I had 2 motorcycles on the bed.
    Bottomed out maybe once with a 1,000 mile trip.
     

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