Level up with Air Lift

by Kirsten Armleder

Load levelling kit.
The new Load Lifter 5000™ Ultimate Plus kit is designed with high quality, long-lasting components. Air Lift Company photo

Is your truck “squatting” under the weight of hauling or towing snowmobiles, ATVs or other heavy loads? Then you might be interested in Air Lift Company.

Based in Lansing, Michigan, Air Lift designs a variety of load support products, including air springs, on-board air compressor systems and an automatic vehicle levelling system.

New for 2018 is the company’s Load Lifter 5000 Ultimate Plus. Designed with durable, long-lasting components, the Load Lifter 5000 Ultimate Plus offers up to 5,000 pounds of load-levelling capacity for Chevy, Dodge, Ford and GMC trucks.

Air Lift also released a Universal Air Spring Spacer, which allows you to add an air spring kit to your already-lifted pickup truck. The spacer works with all brands of bellows-style air springs, including the company’s Load Lifter 5000 series and Load Lifter 7500 XL, and it is available in four-inch straight, four-inch angled, six-inch straight and six-inch angled heights to accommodate up to six-inch lifts.

Last but not least is the Air Lift 1000 HD. Designed exclusively for coil-sprung RAM 1500s, the Air Lift 1000 HD provides up to 2,500 pounds of levelling capacity.

For more information on Air Lift products, see the website.

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