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Air Lift 1000 Air Spring Kit - Chevy/GMC P30, G30 Motorhomes, Pickups & Vans
Item No. 4961
Air Lift 1000 Air Spring Kit - Chevy/GMC P30, G30 Motorhomes, Pickups & Vans is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Air Lift 1000 Air Spring Kit - Chevy/GMC P30, G30 Motorhomes, Pickups & Vans

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Item No. 4961
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Improve ride, handling, safety and stability plus eliminate bottoming-out in one easy step!

Variable rate Spring design lets you change spring rates for desired ride. Up to 1000 lbs. of load leveling support. For open coil spring suspensions. Also replaces original equipment front air springs.Includes easy-to-adjust inflation hoses that mount under the hood or in the front bumper. Includes two Air Springs, inflation hoses and hardware. USA.

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Unit Weight 3.00 lb
Brand Air Lift
MFG Part No. 81560
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hints to a fast install Removal 1: Drill out valve while you have 20-40psi in the bags and before you lift the vehicle fully. SAFETY NOTE: The vehicle will lower during the drilling out of the valves. 2: Raise the vehicle until there is no pressure on the springs. 3: With a serrated knife about 14 inches long cut ¾ of the way around the air bags at each opening between the springs. 4: With the airbag now being more like a long rubber corkscrew than a bag, spray the rubber down with soapy water. Lock onto the airbag with a pair of vise grips and twist the bag through the lower hole. 5: If your old airbags have clips on the top holding the top protector in place, cut completely through the top of the bag. Flip the top over after removing the rest of the airbag and cut the clip off with a pair of wire cutters. Installation Helpful hints not listed in the instructions. The string doesn’t work well to hold the airbag tight. Use wide hose clamps to squeeze the bag down to the size of the hole. Be careful not to let the clamp dig into the sides by using three clamps in conjunction. Remove each clamp just before it would enter the lower hole. Use soapy water and twist the bag slowly into the hole. To place the lower protector, inflate the airbag so that it will resume its “bag like” shape. Let any air out after the shape is reformed and push up through the lower hole using the back side of a screwdriver onto the airbag to allow the lower protector to be slid through the lower gap of the springs. The whole process only took my wife and I, 45 minutes after we had figured out this process. Figuring out the whole process took 90 minutes.
Date published: 2003-05-11
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