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Air Helper Spring Install Video 26 Apr 2008 07:45 #1

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I decided to post the video here in the finished projects section as it is a finished project!

I got tired of my truck sagging and hearing stories of how hard these systems are to install and that they are expensive.
POPPYCOCK!! Grab a coffee, or a "hops coffee" and sit back and enjoy.
Video is 30 mins and is streaming windows media. If you ever thought of installing an air lift support system, watch the vid and see how easy it really is! Hope you like my efforts, I did it to hopefully help out anyone who needs it.
Please feel free to post comments and let me know if you enjoyed the vid, if I get a positive response I will post more install vids :-)
http://12.41.28.244/Air-Springs-Install-March-2008-Full.wmv

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Air Helper Spring Install Video 26 Apr 2008 10:42 #2

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Excellent add on.


I have an 01 F-150 7700 series XLT and I dont have any issues with squating under load. Did you order it (truck) with the trailering pkg?

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Michael

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Air Helper Spring Install Video 26 Apr 2008 11:57 #3

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Mine is a 2006 F-150 XLT and keep in mind my tongue weight is almost 500lbs. I have yet to see a factory 1/2 ton truck that shows no squat with almost 500lbs on the hitch.

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Air Helper Spring Install Video 26 Apr 2008 12:24 #4

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Very good video brother. Only thing I would personally have done was splice in a before and after segment or pictures.

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Air Helper Spring Install Video 26 Apr 2008 18:55 #5

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Thx for the comment Quake, good suggestion, I will do that for the next vid, whatever that is going to be. Maybe I will film my nexy session of beer making, and include a before/after/after shot series.
Before the bottle is filled, after it is made and after it is empty :p

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Air Helper Spring Install Video 29 Apr 2008 00:40 #6

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Nice job on the video. I am thinking about doing the same mod soon. I would like to eliminate the squat too. (Maybe on a new tow vehicle.) The Sequoia is working pretty hard pulling the boat on longer grades. I think I am at the limit for weight with the 2459. :arr

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