"Installed on a '07 Ford F-150 Super-Crew 4x4 Lariat. Installation time was around 3 hours with regular socket set, wrenches, and allen wrenches. All parts were included in the package and no drilling was required for installation of brackets. The brackets provided fit correctly. Check your top brackets for proper fit before installation, but they are labeled left and right. For my application, left was the drivers side.
I ran the hoses to my bumper and installed the air fittings through the bottom holes of my license plate. Just had to drill a hole through the plastic on the bumper. Easy location, looks good, and functions easily.
I have a fiberglass camper/topper on my truck and a toolbox. The truck used to sit level with these items. With the minimum 5 psi in the air springs, the rear of the truck now sits one inch higher than the front. I've also noticed the ride is better (less bouncy, more stable).
Hooked up a 5'X8' trailer this weekend with a 4 wheeler in it. Aired the air springs up to 25 psi and they worked great."
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? First Time
"just installed on my 2010 f150 fx4 screw, took about 3 hours taking my time using air tools, everything lined up perfectly. will be towing my camper about 1000 miles this week. 26ft 6500lbs loaded, Salem 26TBUD. Will let you know how well it handles when i get back :)"
How often do you shop at JC Whitney.com? Multiple Times a Year
"I see lots of people comment on the lack of a air line tee. If the bags are teed together you get more sway on curves because the air moves easily from one bag to another. If you want to inflate the bags evenly - use a TIRE GAUGE. One of the benefits of air bags is that you can compensate for uneven weights with different pressures."