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Old 06-29-2015, 01:03 PM   #15
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I mounted Air Lift 5000's on my F250 when I installed Curt under bed custom frame mounts and the rails in my truck bed. Since I don't tow often with them, I just carry a $35 Harbor Freight air tank to make adjustments--a handy thing in any RV.

Since we have Air Lift chiming in, let me just say your Air Bag assembly instructions are like reading a foreign language. I finally found a UTube video for my exact vehicle showing how to assemble the Air Bags. The installation's easy after they're put together.
I do apologize if our instructions caused any confusion at all. We are actually hiring a technical writer to help write our manuals so they are a little easier to understand. Don't worry, this is not the first time I have heard this type of complaint, than you for the feedback.
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Hey Air Lift,,, awesome product, I love mine. In my particular case using the truck weekly, with varying loads, sometimes a couple times a day, the auto level feature is way to cool! Works great.

It is amazing how accurate it is. On many occasisions I have had loads over 10,000 lbs on the trailer,,,,, wife gets in the truck, compressor kicks on for a few seconds,,,,, she gets out,,,, it expells air. She don't appreciate it but I do! LOL

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Hey Air Lift,,, awesome product, I love mine. In my particular case using the truck weekly, with varying loads, sometimes a couple times a day, the auto level feature is way to cool! Works great.

It is amazing how accurate it is. On many occasisions I have had loads over 10,000 lbs on the trailer,,,,, wife gets in the truck, compressor kicks on for a few seconds,,,,, she gets out,,,, it expells air. She don't appreciate it but I do! LOL

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