Question: How much air pressure should be in the air springs?
Answer: Air Pressure requirements vary from application to personal preference.
Min     0.5 bar (7Psi)
Max    7.0 bar (101Psi)

Do the air springs improve the ride?
Answer: When the vehicle is loaded, the air springs help the existing suspension carry the load and improve the ride a great deal.

Question: Do the air helper springs replace the existing suspension?
Answer: The air springs are attached to the existing suspension nothing is removed or altered.

Question: Is there anything I should be aware of when jacking up the vehicle after the air springs have been fitted?
Answer: Itís very important not to allow anyone to raise the vehicle body without releasing the pressure from the air springs. Itís okay to raise the vehicle by placing the jack under the axle.
By raising the vehicle body without supporting the axle with pressure in the air springs, will stretch the springs beyond their design specification, thus potentially causing un-repairable damage if done with pressure in the air springs.

Question: Do the air springs increase the payload capacity of my vehicle?
Answer: The air springs maximize a vehicles carrying capacity within the vehicles GVWR. Do not overload the vehicle.

Question: Will the air helper springs stabilize my vehicle?
Answer: Yes, the more air pressure you add the less vehicle movement you get in return.

Question: What's included in the basic kit?
Answer: Nuts, bolts, brackets, air springs, air line and manual inflation valves. Everything is included for a manual inflation system.
If you want "In Cab" pressure gauge and valves, they are available as an optional extra.

Question: Can I have different air pressures in each air spring?
Answer: Yes you can have different air pressures in each air spring. The ability to compensate for off-center loads is one of the best features of the air spring. Yes you can have different pressures in each air spring.

Question: Where should I mount the inflation valves?
Answer: The inflation valves should be mounted in an easily accessible location. We recommend placing the inflation valves on or around the rear bumper.
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