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Air Lift WirelessONE Compressor System Review

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Review of the Air Lift WirelessONE Compressor System

Speaker 1: Today, we'll be having a look at the Air Lift Wireless One compressor system for air helper springs with the handheld remote, and it's a single path system. It's part number AL25870. Here's what our compressor system looks like installed. We have two key components here. This is our light duty compressor, which will be our power source for our system and will supply the air pressure that we need in order to air up our airbags.This is our manifold. Our manifold is what regulates our pressure in our airbags.

This will automatically adjust to keep our airbags at our desired pressure, and if we need to let air out of the system, this will release it for us when we command it to with the remote. Now, the reason you're going to want a system like this is because this provides the convenience and ease of use when it comes to airing up your airbags.You don't need to worry about manually inflating them using the Schrader valves that come with your airbags every time your trailer weight changes or you have a heavier load in the bed of your truck. With this system, you can simply use the provided remote and adjust the pressure as necessary, even if you are away from an air supply source like your air compressor in your garage or a gas station which has air compressors at them, typically.This is our wireless remote, which gives us our ease of use. We also don't have to worry about mounting any bulky gages and switches on our dash. This gives us a nice, clean look inside of our vehicle, and if we need to adjust our air pressure while hooking up to our trailer, we can actually walk away from the vehicle with the remote and have control over our compressor so we can adjust our air pressure.Okay.

Right now, we have 30 PSI of air in our system. If we press up on our button, we can adjust our air pressure as necessary, one PSI at a time. Then, you can hear our compressor kick on and adjust our air pressure to where we have it set. If we hold down our button, it'll start going up in 5 PSI increments. The same goes for the down button.

The hissing noise you here is it bleeding off the air pressure to drop us to the 25 PSI that I just have it set to. Once it stops hissing, you know you're currently at your desired air pressure.We have two preset buttons here. You can set these to any desired air pressure that you want. Memory one, we have that set at 5 PSI. Memory two is also currently set at 5 PSI.

If we hold both of these buttons down together, we then have our third preset, memory three. It's also set at 5 PSI right now.The way these work, if you're consistently towing one trailer that has a really heavy weight, you can set one of your preset settings to more air pressure. If you're not towing anything at all or hauling anything, you can have one be the minimum recommended PSI for your airbags, which in this particular application's 5 PSI. And then, if you have a second trailer or you have a heavy load in the bed that's not quite as heavy as your other trailer or your other load, you can even set one to be a lower air pressure rating than that one. It's all personal preference depending on your application.Now, one cool feature about a remote is it is customizable, so we can change the color of the back lit LED display to match the interior of our vehicle. Right now, we have it set to a red, but if we hold down the up and the down buttons at the same time, we can go into the customization settings. We can change it to a green, blue, red. In our case, our truck has a blue LED display for on our gauge cluster, so we'll have it set to be blue to match.One nice feature about our remote is we have this visor clip here, so we can clip it on to our sun visor so it's readily accessible, and we don't have to worry about misplacing it as we're driving. We can simply reach up and press the buttons as needed if we want to adjust it while driving.Now, this system is designed to work only when our vehicle's ignition is switched on. That way, if we have an air line leak, we don't have to worry about the compressor automatically turning on when our vehicle's off and parked and running down our battery. It's a nice safety feature about it. The system is also designed to provide anywhere between 5 and 120 PSI of air pressure. Just make sure you don't exceed what your airbags are rated for. And that completes our look at the Air Lift Wireless One compressor system for air helper springs, part number AL25870.