Eliminate rear suspension sag or bottoming out with Air Lift "Load Lifter 5000" Air Spring Kits !
Air Lift "Load Lifter 5000" air bag helper springs are designed to provide a comfortable ride while increasing your Ford truck's "level load" suspension capacity up to 5000 lbs. Made with rugged, durable components, these totally adjustable air springs mount between the frame and the suspension of your Ford F350 to provide load control through the use of air pressure. All Air Lift air bag helper springs are custom fit for a simple bolt-on installation. An optional air control kit (air compressor kit) can be added (not required) for additional convenience.
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Features and Benefits
"NO DRILLING" custom fit installation
Custom fit installation
Air Lift #57398 Air Springs adjustable for a great ride, loaded or unloaded
Eliminate suspension sag, sway & bottoming out
Will increase the level load capacity 5000 lbs
Made with rugged, durable components
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Air Lift 60 Day Ride Satisfaction Guarantee
Quick & Easy Installation with common hand tools
Air pressure adjustable from 5 to 100 PSI
1. Do NOT exceed the vehicles Recommended Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)
Under Frame Kit
1. Fits single rear wheel (SRW) and dual rear wheel (DRW) models
2. Will fit most side-mount fifth wheel hitch applications
3. Does not fit cab & chassis applications
4. Will not fit with Una-Goose hitch
These went on pretty easily, about the same as the ride rites I put on my other truck. Instructions aren't great but adequate if you already know how to do it. My two issues were: Can't figure out why the upper frame bracket had a 1 1/4" rectangular hole in it where a 1/2" bolt and washer holds it on. The other issue is with the instructions saying to take the sway bar bushing clamps off, this was not needed with my truck and they are a royal pain to get back on without taking the outer links off. Try it without removing them first, it will save you a lot of trouble at the end if your truck is like mine. Great deal for the money if they last, and $50 back to boot!
"06 350 Extended cab 8' bed 4wd dually, aftermarket 5th wheel hitch frame mount