Originally Posted by TxLoser
Nice clean install. What prompted you install that?
Originally Posted by RoadrunnerII
Congrads on the install! I installed the airlift ultimate on our F250 with no regrets. Put the valve behind the fuel door just above the fuel cap. I have the compressor mounted behind the rear seat. Never bothered with the dash gauge and switch. Hookup trailer. Air up the bags
I tried 50psi in the bags but got too much rebound on bridges. I think the factory helper springs where engaging on the bumps. Started upping pressure. At 70 psi in the bags truck rides smooth. I also had to upgrade rear shocks. Factory shocks just couldn't handle the rebounds on bridges after 40k miles
Thanks guys, you I thought about this for a while and even though I have enough payload I just decided that I wanted to install them. I give me a more better stability ride, I only had about 2 1/2 sag which is nomal I believe ,so I am riding level but their times where it seem like my rear is a little low but anyway maybe it's just me I wanted to be able to pump them up a little more.
I don't think that I need to pump the air too much, maybe 25-25 psi so what I need to do or would like to do is to go out to my 5th wheel and see.
And that's not the only thing, I have a gooseneck ball hitch in my bed sometimes I can hook up a gooseneck trailer and if I need to I can use my airbags I will have them.