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Old 07-14-2013, 01:43 PM
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Well I installed the airlift kit. First of all, this is a great kit, really good quality. All the lines are run, and I followed what another member did and put them in wire loom to protect them. I can't believe I forgot to take a pic of the valve from the back of the truck lol, I'll have to post that later.

As far as if the springs are too long for my truck, I'm not sure. They seem to be. They seem "squished" in there. And it looks like they raised the rear end up about 1". So I'll probably pull them later and see if airlift will swap the air springs out for some shorter ones. Hopefully they will not give me a hard time.

What I don't understand is the guy I spoke with at airlift has the same truck with a rear lowering kit and used the same kit. And his fit fine.

I'll provide more feedback later...


















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