Eliminate "bottoming out" and improve your ride, handling, and stability. The Air Lift 1000 by Air Lift is an adjustable air helper spring engineered for the coil spring suspension of your Vehicle. Air Lift 1000's mount inside of your existing coil spring to provide up to 1,000 lbs. of leveling capacity. Tune the air helper springs to the ride you seek, whether you're hauling, towing, or just out for a drive.
Air Lift 1000 air helper springs are backed by a LIFETIME WARRANTY
Make sure to check for leaks frequently by doing the following:
Afterwards be sure to adjust the air pressure back to comfortable settings.
For top performance from your air helper springs, see our complete line of Air Lift Air On-Board Compressor Systems
We also offer Air Lift Replacement Air Spring for kit 81560.
I ordered them today. I have been reading up on installing them. From the sounds of it, a vacuum pump is quit necessary. I hope they get hear soon so I can tackle this project. Wish me luck. Lol installing them on a 1989 bounder, Chevy P-30. Ill let you know how it went.
the first attempt at installation resulted in the valve stem blowing out. I was using a procedure that I saw on u-tube. You folks sent me a replacement. I then successfully installed both air bags by dropping the spring. The motorhome seems to ride significantly better.
Excellent product, came quickly and was not too difficult to install. used a vacuum pump to aid in getting it thru the hole in the lower control arm, worked great. Tied lines together using the union tee that you recomended and also installed an on board air compressor. Now my Motor home handles great!
Good price. Good kit with all necessary parts. Shipping was fast. However installation was impossible without removing the coil springs. The airbags are very thick stiff plastic and very difficult to roll as the instructions state. I soaked them in hot water and had assistance and still could not roll them tight enough to go through the hole in the lower A-arm. They got halfway and got stuck. As I was installing them on a Class A RV I had to take it to a local Tire/Truck repair shop and had them installed for $400. If I was putting them in a truck I would probably been able to remove the coils myself.
Because of your customer service advice, it's like driving a new motorhome!!!! I really didn't think it would help as much as the tech said but...... NO MORE SWAY OR BOUNCING going around a corner!!! Listen to the techs, they know what they are talking about!!! Being on disability, had to have someone put them in but as soon as I have the money, I'll be buying the rear also!! Great customer service and products!!!
The Air Lift 1000 style is a required product on my motorhome. I replaced old dried out airbags with the Air Lift product. The first trip we could tell a big difference in the ride and handling. Looking forward to many miles of improved driving.
The product has worked on the front of my motor home just fine. They were a little hard to install as per instructions, I ended up using a hand vacuum pump to collapse the second one which made it a lot easier.
Now you have a BIG sale. I paid $20 more. Anyway, Tried a couple methods and there wasn't enough room so I placed a jack underneath and removed 4 lower a frame bolts to remove spring. Reverse to assemble.
The "air lift 1000" was easy to install and they work great.
I had these installed at Camping World. They were impossible to install for me. Camping World had more experience and something to suck the air out. Still it took the guy about 4 hours for each bag. The hole in the suspension where the bag goes through is just too small. Otherwise they're fine. My coil springs are getting weak in the '93 Winnebago (Chevy P30 chassis) and the bags helped a bit. The RV does ride better now. I would recommend them and I also recommend having someone with a suction device install them.