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Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear

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1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your vehicle's rear coil spring suspension with this kit. Molded polyurethane air springs fit inside your existing coil springs for added support when hauling heavy loads. Improves handling, braking, and overall ride. Lowest Prices for the best vehicle suspension from Air Lift. Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear part number AL60823 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service.
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Air Lift Vehicle Suspension - AL60823

  • Air Springs
  • Rear Axle Suspension Enhancement
  • Air Lift
  • Light Duty

1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your vehicle's rear coil spring suspension with this kit. Molded polyurethane air springs fit inside your existing coil springs for added support when hauling heavy loads. Improves handling, braking, and overall ride.


Features:

  • Provides 1,000 lbs of load-leveling support to improve safety and ride quality
    • Supports your existing rear coil spring suspension when you're hauling or towing
  • Keeps your vehicle level when you are hauling a heavy load
    • Improves steering and braking performance and maintains headlight aim
    • Reduces tire wear and OEM suspension strain
  • Diminishes sway and absorbs road shock to improve stability and ride quality
  • Lets you manually adjust air pressure for even load distribution and support
    • Inflate each spring independently to level off-center loads (with installation of dual air lines)
  • Constructed of durable, molded polyurethane
  • Installs inside your vehicle's rear coil spring suspension
  • Includes 2 air springs, 2 heat shields, tubing, Schrader valves, and hardware
  • Add a compressor system (sold separately) to monitor and adjust air pressure
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Load-leveling capacity: up to 1,000 lbs
    • AirLift 1000 springs will not increase your vehicle's weight-carrying capacity. Do not exceed the manufacturer's recommended weight limit.
  • Adjustable air pressure: 5 psi - 35 psi
  • Lifetime warranty
  • 60-Day satisfaction guarantee


Heavy loads can cause the back of your vehicle to sag and add unnecessary stress to your suspension. This stress not only affects your brakes in a bad way, but your tires, headlight aim and handling suffer as well. To improve your vehicle's ability to endure heavy loads, you need to add support to your existing coil springs.


Air Lift's AirLift 1000 adjustable air springs have 1,000 pounds of load-leveling capacity and are made specifically to fit inside your rear coil spring suspension for additional load assistance. You can inflate and deflate these tough, molded polyurethane helper springs as needed, ensuring the perfect amount of support for every load, every time. Easily level your vehicle front to rear, and if you run dual air lines to the air springs at installation, then you can inflate the springs independently of one another for side-to-side leveling. AirLift 1000 is a breeze to install with standard tools and comes with an easy-to-follow instruction manual.


AirLift 1000 comes with manual inflation valves that are typically mounted on the bumper but can be installed anywhere on your vehicle for easy access. For even more convenience and control, you can add a compressor and gauge system (sold separately), which will let you monitor and automatically inflate your air springs.


Air Lift kits are designed to keep your vehicle at normal ride height. You can find the normal ride height of your vehicle by unloading it and measuring the distance between the bottom edge of your wheel well and the center of the hub. After you find and record this distance, you can regulate the amount of air that you put into your air springs to maintain normal ride height - even when you are hauling a heavy load. You will need to adjust the air pressure in your air bags according to the size of your load.


Air Lift is positive that you will benefit from their air spring suspension system - so much so that they offer a 60-day satisfaction guarantee. Install and use AirLift 1000 springs for 60 days, and if you are not satisfied at the end of this time, you can remove them from your vehicle and return them for a full product refund.



60823 Air Lift 1000 Air Bag Suspension Support System for Coil Springs - Back

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Video Transcript for Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs Review

Connor: Hey guys, how's it going Connor, today, here at etrailer.com. We're going to be taking a look at the Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs. In order to give you a better idea of the benefits that our airbags are going to offer here for our vehicle, what we're going to do is, we're going to take some measurements. We're going to measure the stock suspension unloaded from the ground to the center of the wheel well here. Then we're going to hook up a trailer.We have a medium to small boat trailer here, which would be perfect for this Grand Cherokee that we have in particular. We're going to couple the trailer and we're going to see how much the stock suspension sags.

What we're going to do is, we're going to take that measurement and then we're going to fill the air bags that we have installed to see how much that's going to raise back to our factory suspension and our stock ride height.What we're going to go ahead and do here is measure from the ground. Keep in mind your results may vary depending on what tow vehicle you have. We're just using this as reference, a guide to show you. While our vehicle is unloaded and we're detached from the trailer, we're going to measure from the ground to the top center inside of our wheel well, 34 and a half inches. We're going to go to the front, take the same measurement.In the front, we're about right at 33 inches, so we have about an inch and a half difference.

Now we're going to go ahead and couple the trailer and retake these same measurements. From the ground to the top center of the wheel well is going to be about 33 and a half inches. Therefore, we dropped about an inch in the rear. From the ground to the top center of the wheel well again in the front, is going to be about 33 and a half inches. Overall, we went down an inch in the rear and we came up about a half an inch in the front.Offhand, these measurements may not seem like a lot to you, but you'd be surprised at what sort of effects this could have on your vehicle while you're out driving around.

Number one, our suspension in the front is obviously raised a little bit, this is going to mean a couple of different things. Number one, we're not going to have nearly as much stopping power, because we don't have as much weight on the front axle.Now in modern vehicles, say, about 60% of our stopping power is going to be on the front axle. When we take weight off that front axle, we're going to decrease our stopping power. In addition to the reduced stopping power, the raised front end is going to do a couple other things. It's going to point our headlights more towards the sky, which is going to reduce our visibility of the road and finally, last but not least, we're going to have some tire wear issues because the camber of our front tires is not correct with the weight lifted off of them.Therefore, we're going to have to replace our tires sooner because they're going to wear unevenly.

By putting more of a strain on the rear of our vehicle, our existing suspension components are going to wear out faster. We could experience a harsher ride and overall the tow vehicle won't feel as stable than it would unloaded. Now we're going to go ahead and put some air in our air springs, retake our measurements so we can show you the difference. Now we have our airbags filled, we have our trailer re-coupled, let's go ahead and take our same measurements that we took earlier.From the ground to the top inside edge of the wheel well, it looks we're about 34 and a quarter, not quite to 34 and a half inches, so we're about a quarter inch away from our factory ride height here at the rear. Let's go up to the front of the vehicle. If you remember, our factory ride height here with the trailer attached and our stock suspension was at 33 inches at the front, and we are back at 33 inches. We've actually came back to the factory ride height here at the front of the vehicle.Since we're back at the factory ride height or very close to it now, we're not going to have to worry about some of the issues we mentioned earlier about the headlight aim, the tire wear issues, or the decreased suspension longevity. Now that we've given you a visual of some of the measurements in the factory ride height, we went ahead and decreased all the air in the airbags again to the minimum five PSI pressure, and now we're going to take the vehicle on our two test courses we have at etrailer, the slalom course and the speed bump course.We're going to try to show you a representation of the ride quality when we have a load present with the airbags inflated and a load present without the airbags inflated. What we're going to do is, we have a couple of coolers in our hatch area here, not a terrible amount of weight, but enough to know it's back there. We're just taking our vehicle out on our test course now. As we can tell, without the airbags inflated, we are a little bouncy going over these speed bumps, as you would expect though.Yeah, it does feel like the vehicle is shifting around just a tiny bit side to side. Our steering isn't quite as responsive as it normally is. Now we're going to do some invasive maneuvers on our slalom course. Keep in mind it is wet here, so we are going to keep our speeds rather low. Again, we have a couple coolers in the hatch area here with our airbags deflated. Again, we can notice just a slight to slide rocking, more of a body roll if you will, while we're making these sharp turns here. I'm going to turn around, go the other way.Again, nothing real, real drastic, but we do sort of notice it a little bit, or at least I can anyhow. Yeah, a little bit of body roll, side to side. Now we go ahead, we went ahead and inflated our air springs. We put around 20 to 30 PSI in there and now we're going to leave the gear and the coolers in the back hatch here. We're going to go ahead and take our vehicle through our test course again, starting with our speed bump course.The suspension definitely feels a little bit firmer, but I don't feel as much body roll as we had the first time around. There's not as much jolting side to side. The steering is a little bit more responsive. Again, not a drastic, huge difference, but a minimal difference that we can still notice. Now let's go ahead and head on over to the slalom course and see the improvements over there. Now we're at the slalom course here. We're going to make some invasive maneuvers at speed, try to remain consistent with the speed of our initial run.I am noticing the steering's being a little bit more responsive. The weight is also not shifting around as much side to side, therefore we don't have as much body roll. These results are going to be the same whether we have heavy cargo in the rear of our hatch here or we're towing a trailer. The biggest difference I would have to say is just the weight transfer from side to side isn't severe with our airbags installed and inflated, therefore we don't have as much body roll.I would say that is probably the biggest takeaway of these Air Lift Air Springs here. Now they're going to help us do two things. They're going to help us, one, if we're towing a heavy load, number two, they're going to help us if we're hauling a heavy load. However, the stock suspension isn't necessarily designed to max out the payload or to max out our trailer weight ratings every time it's on the road, so that's where our suspension enhancements come into place.Again, they're going to do an excellent job helping to stabilize the heavy load, so we don't have that uneven, that harsh ride quality we would if we we're maxing out the factory suspension. Although there aren't any other options for this vehicle, I actually prefer airbags because the main reason is they're adjustable. What this means is, we can adjust the pressure inside the airbags, so we get the perfect level of support and comfort for any given load we may have at a time.The Air Lift Air Helper Springs can be installed in one of two ways, we can install them as a single pass system, which essentially means that we're going to have one inflation port, which is going to inflate both airbags. Now this is going to be the most common setup and what I recommend using. However, there is another option as well, called a Dual Path System Install. Essentially this means we're going to have two inflation ports, one to each of the air bags, so we can adjust the air bags.We can adjust the PSI in each airbag's different, so we have different amount of PSI and that's essentially going to be good for trailers if they're heavier on one side or we have more cargo in one side of the vehicle than the other. Our Air Lift Air Helper Springs here are going to have a 1000 pound weight capacity. However, keep in mind this isn't going to increase either the payload or the towing capacity of our Jeep.In regards to the fill rating of our airbags, this can be anywhere from five PSI, which is the minimum to 30 PSI, which is a maximum. However, again, the major feature, the major draw of airbags is that you can adjust the pressure for any given load you may have. Just make sure it never falls below five PSI or above 30 PSI. We need to keep in mind that with our air lift airbags, we are going to require access to an external air compressor in order to inflate the airbags.Now, if you're only going to be using the airbags every so often, then we can probably just suffice with finding an external air compressor, like at a gas station. However, if you find yourself to be towing or hauling heavy loads frequently, it's definitely going to benefit you to consider an onboard air compressor, like this Air Lift Wireless Bluetooth Air Compressor that we have here. This is actually going to be an excellent option for this vehicle because we don't have to run any airlines or wires into the cab, and the compressor is sized appropriately for our air springs. Now that we've showed you some of the benefits and features of our air springs here, that's going to do it today for the look at our Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs.


Customer Reviews

Air Lift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs - Rear - AL60823

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (762 Customer Reviews)

1,000-lb Capacity. Upgrade your vehicle's rear coil spring suspension with this kit. Molded polyurethane air springs fit inside your existing coil springs for added support when hauling heavy loads. Improves handling, braking, and overall ride.

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I’m very happy with the air coils. I’ve had them for two years now without any issues. I originally installed them because I tow my boat with 2016 4runner . The rear end would sag quite a bit when towing. I installed these air coils and immediately corrected the situation. What I didn’t know is how much it would improve daily driving. The truck handles much better now since installing. The air coils have completely removed anybody roll. Giving me much more confidence when taking corners. I installed the Onboard air compressor, figuring I would be raising and lowering air pressure in the coils when towing and not towing. What I found is setting the coils at 15 psi was all I needed for both towing and daily driving. So long story short, save some money and don’t buy the onboard compressor. You can just set these air coils with a pump to your desired psi and leave it. In my case I have not had to add or lower psi in over a year. So the bags keep their pressure.

As far as install they’re pretty easy. There’s tens of [onine] videos that are very helpful. I did try the one method of smashing the bag and sliding through the coil and found it to be too difficult. I ended up dropping the axle and pulling the coils. It also made things easier when cutting the bump stops. I ran in my hoses from the top of the axle down. I felt it created less pinch points and was easier to route.

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Installed on 15 Jetta tdi. I Removed wheel, then coil spring, (1 side at a time) folded bag like hot dog bun and installed into coil spring upside down (fitting facing down) cause it would have hit otherwise. Reinstalled, ran lines, mounted fill valve in bottom part of rear bumper and filled. It’s been a year and is still working perfectly.


Comments
The Insides of the Rear tires wore out within 2k miles of having these installed and aired up.
Jon - 11/14/2021


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I was experiencing bottoming out on my '03 Nissan Pathfinder by just adding passengers or groceries. At first, I thought about replacing the rear springs, but after installing the Air Lift system I was more than satisfied. I can increase pressure to 25 psi for cargo/heavy loads and then decrease to about 12 psi for everyday driving. My vehicle sits up like it was new and no longer sags or bounces. After 12 months and 9,000 miles I'm glad I went with this upgrade. Take your time and follow instructions for a perfect install.




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This lift system was exactly what the doctor ordered! We pumped up the airbags to the maximum, and then loaded my wife’s 2008 Toyota Sienna minivan up with 4+ passengers, camping supplies, a spare tire on the roof, and then attached a cargo rack to the hitch with an oversized cooler packed to the gills, firewood, and chairs without the bumper dropping an inch!!! It was an amazing sight to behold. I highly recommend this lift system!




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Product arrived promptly. Very simple idea, but absolutely difficult as H&¿¿to install. Trying to squeeze the folded air bag between the coil Springs was an absolute nightmare. Maybe some springs on some vehicles have a larger spacing between the coil,but a 2019 Kia Sorento does not. It took almost 6hrs to install both sides. One trick that did help was to use a little silicone spray on the air bag where it was jammed into the coil spring. This helped make the bag slippery so it passed between the coil spring. Just don't get it all over the air bag or it will be too slippery to hold onto as you push it into place. The hose clamps are really a poor design, awkward to squeeze with pliers as you position them into place. So far bags appear to be holding air pressure. Time will tell has to how durable and dependable they will be.I installed them to assist with towing my camper and help reduce the squatting when towing.




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Was easy install dropped rear springs . Loaded 4 wheel handicap scooter as show picture stayed level Thank you




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2010 Toyota Sequoia Limited, item installed as described. Haven't used them with trailer yet. But install was straight forward and product seems solid so far.




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Looked at these for several days, watched a few YouTube videos and pulled the trigger. They went in easy no fuss. Hook the 25’ air stream to her maybe just maybe a inch of squat. Help control the bounce. Please with my purchase.


Comments
Still doing a very good job.
Ron - 06/15/2022


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With the tubing going under the suspension I don’t see it lasting long. The air bags looked a little short for the springs but I could not find if that was normal in the instructions. I don’t like the way the airlines are exposed to the ground. I believe I should have just gotten the upgraded rear springs.The air bags went in fairly easy after I deflated them and put the cap on to keep them deflated. I had to go through the side of the springs not the bottom as instructed. So far the air bags them selves are working properly.


Comments
Thank you for your review. The bags press out on the coils to keep them from compressing instead of up and down. They are not designed to touch the top and bottom.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 06/09/2021


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Review from a similar AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


Just received air lift kit today, will go to Hyundai dealer on Monday to see if they will install for me.




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I installed the AirLift 1000 air bags on my 1998 Toyota Sienna. I
flattened the bags per instruction but, I found that if I also folded
them in half vertically, they went in very easy. It took literally 30 seconds per side to install the bags inside the coil springs. I saw
where some people had to use a wooden spoon or blunt tool to force the
bags inside the coil springs. The method I used took no tools, and was
easy peasy.

The kit was shy 1 of the small hose clamps, otherwise everything
necessary for installation was there.

I'll be test driving for a couple of days and will update my review afterwards.




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Review from a similar AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


Air tubing seems a little flimsy. But air bags appear robust and good quality - hence very difficult to fold and squeeze between coils of spring. It was a real battle and took over five hours total.




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The Air Lift 1000 system is not fully installed yet after 4 and 1/2 hours of effort. I have a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The instructive videos from etailer were very useful and an improvement over the written techniques from Air Lift. I was able to get the air bags within the springs via the folded hot dog bun technique (i.e., folded length wise and using a temporary zip ties). Unfortunately, the bags did not reinflate after the zip ties and sealing cap was removed. I am, therefore, unable to get the tubing onto each bag's nipple. I tried calling Air Lift to discuss but they didn't pick up the phone. All other tubing and the inflating valve were successfully installed. I plan to bring the vehicle to a local tire shop to see if they can do this last connection to the air bags, and then try inflating. :(


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As long as the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee is not lifted or lowered then this spring kit is the right kit. The manufacturer will be reaching out to assist you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 07/25/2022


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This was easy to install and highly effective. I have a hitch mounted bike rack and when my Sienna is loaded up for a weekend of camping and biking, it used to ride low in the back. It also would scrape on some rougher dirt roads/mild 4wd roads. These air bags helped with that as well. I highly recommend these for people doing similar things.


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Still totally agree with my initial assessment of these air bags. Id definitely recommend them!
David - 07/15/2022


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I purchased these a year ago. I tow a heavier camper and wanted more support on the rear of my Ram 1500. It works great. Up to this point I haven’t had any troubles. It will boost the rear end of my truck pretty high and easily offset the weight of the camper. I’m no mechanic and I was able install it without issue. Follow the instructions to collapse the air bags and use large zip ties to keep it collapsed. This allows you to work in between the springs easily. Before you let them go and cut the zip ties and allow them to reinstate, go ahead and run your air line in the top and down to make it easier to hook to the airbags. If you do this it make it easy to get inside the springs. You can use soapy water solution to make it slide between the springs easier to if needed. Theme just run your lines to the bumper. Nothing hard to do at all. I run them all year with around 7psi in them. It saids run them with a minimum of 5 psi. Them when your going to tow air them up. I usually air them up to 40psi and I’m all set to go. I would recommend them and place them also on the next truck I get.




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Review from a similar AirLift 1000 in Vehicle Suspension


I own a 2004 Kia Sorento and About a year ago i purchased an Air Lift AirLift 1000 Vehicle Suspension from you to enhance the suspension of my SUV. At first i was skeptical but after installation and a short road test it was obvious the improvement on handling , i will recommend it to anyone . Here are some pictures after one year of use.




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Install was not too difficult. It helps a great deal to watch the installation video BEFORE installing this product. It takes about 1 hour to install. I would recommend this product for most travel trailer towing options. I use this kit for a 28' Forest River travel trailer with a weight of 6,500lbs. 40PSI in the bags keep the hitch level.




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Great kit overall. Do heed the install instructions, and not online forums for the 5th gen 4Runner. The instructions are correct, and forums are not.

Only think I did not like about the kit are the barbed fittings, and the flimsy plastic tee that’s included. The barbed fitting are extremely difficult to have the air line engaged into in a confined space under the vehicle. A push to connect fitting, or some other type of compression fitting would have been easier.




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I installed this on my 2016 Ford flex. It prevented the car from sagging while towing a trailer. So it did the job but there is absolutely no way this could have been installed the way it was advertised. The only way to install it was to free the springs from the vehicle and slide it from the bottom of the springs. Also, one of valves was manufactured poorly (it didn't have the hole to push the air into). Because of that, I wasn't able to pump the air helpers independently. My workaround was to install the "T" so both air helpers are pumped via one valve.
In other words, it does the job, but the installation was much more difficult than advertised and one of the valves wasn't usable.


Comments
It sounds like one of the air bags is defective. Not to worry, this product has a 60 day worry free guarantee. We will contact you via email.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 07/07/2022


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We tried these and the rear suspension improves if we are carrying a bike rack, however after driving 4 hours or so the bags need to be reinflated. Not sure if this is typical or not. If there is a slow air leak I'm not sure how to easily locate it. Unfortunately, solid rubber shocks are not available for my vehicle.


Comments
One of the best ways to tell if you have a leak is to use soapy water and wipe it on the bags as soon as you fill it. If you see bubbles forming, it means that you most likely have a leak. It is more common for leaking to occur around the air valve, so I recommend keeping an eye around that area. This product does have a lifetime warranty available for bags and brackets, so you may be qualified to receive a new bag. I do see that Air Lift prefers to handle all of their own warranties, I highly recommend you contact Air Lift for a replacement under their warranty.
-- Etrailer Expert Katrina B - 07/06/2022


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I bought these to replace the blown bladders in my 2006 Winnebago Siteseer Worsehorse chassis. I'm a handy guy but was a little nervous about cutting out the old bladders and installing the Air Lift 1000 units. I found the customer comments very helpful especially the comment on using a heat gun to pull the old bladders out. The first one took me a couple of hours to figure out, the second one took me less than an hour to deinstall old and install new.

I REALLY appreciate the hose extensions for the valves. I installed them up in the engine compartment where I can easily access them for checking and topping off the air. For the units I replaced, I had to crawl up under the rig to check and fill--no more of that nasty, dirty crawl for this senior citizen.

Filled to 60 PSI, the first drive was noticeably different, the handling feels much stiffer than it had. We're launching out on a 3,600-mile road trip in the next couple of weeks, I'm looking forward to seeing how they handle on the open road.

My advice to folks-- the installation seems daunting, but the results are well worth the challenge. I encourage you to try this product.


Comments
After a year still very satisfied with these air lifts. Ive recommended them time and again to my fellow RVers
Happy C - 06/03/2022


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Just installed my new set of air bags (AL60815 Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs for Coil Springs) on my 2008 Odyssey.
I purchased this model as a replacement to the previous air bags (F4179 Firestone Coil-Rite Air Helper Springs) that I purchased from etrailer four years ago.
I had to replace them because this winter one of the push on fittings broke off one of the air bags.
I have been using those air bags for four years towing my 2200 lbs tent trailer.
The only complaint I had was that sometimes air would seep out after towing for a few hours. I suspected it was from the push on fittings.
That was the reason I choose this model as they have barb fittings and spring clamps. Very positive connections and tight fits.

Installation was very easy as all the holes in the tables were already done from the last install.
1. Somethings to keep in mind, if your shocks are a few years old consider changing them at the same time.
2. Remember to support the table with a jack while removing and installing the retaining bolt for the table. Failure to do that will damage the threads on the bolt and rapidly decompress the spring.
3. When drilling the hole in the table don’t rush. Centering the hole so the valve on the air bag does not force against the edge is very important. Luckily there is a template in the instructions booklet.
4. Running the air line to the passenger side bag can be done through the center cross member.

I mounted my valve inside the van to keep it clean and out of the way. Using the tee to connect both bags to a single valve will facilitate inflation and ensure they are both at the same pressure.

I will be ordering another set of these air bags when I replace this Odyssey with a newer model in a few years.
Kit is very complete. All the parts I needed and did not have to run to the auto parts store.
Didn't use the heat shield because where I ran the line it is protected from the exhaust pipe.









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Great so far. I had the opportunity to use them all last summer pulling my pop up. Never had an issue of leaking fittings. Very happy with the product. Will definitely purchase again when I trade in my current Odyssey for a newer one in a few years.
Stephen - 05/28/2020


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Had the air lift 1000 air helper springs installed 6 months ago on my 2000 Nissan Pathfinder that the coil springs had relaxed on and would bottom out on bumps. Love them! Put in 12psi and have loaded 450 lbs in back of Pathfinder and no bottom out. Unloaded still rides soft.




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These work fantastic! It made all the difference when towing my camper. They are a bit tough to get in (understandingly because they must be a strong and thick material) but just keep at it and it will be well worth it. It helped level my back end. I highly recommend. I have a telluride and the camper has a 400lb tounge weight



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    The Replacement Heat Protector for Air Lift AirLift 1000 Air Helper Springs part # AL09119 replaces a damaged heat protector for AirLift 1000 air helper springs # AL60202, # AL60232, # AL60279, # AL60317, # AL60323, # AL60702, # AL60732, 60773, # AL60779, # AL60817, # AL60823, # AL80237, and # AL80537. The diameter of the heat protector is 4" in diameter by 1" thick. They do come in various sizes so you wan't to make sure you have one of the systems or springs I listed for the heat protector...
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