Dual gauge levels vehicle side to side. Light duty onboard compressor system for light duty or occasional use. Load Controller II systems are economically priced for less demanding applications -light duty or occasional towing.
AirLift Load Controller II On-Board Air Compressor Control System with Dual Gauge.
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By SW Santa
from Las Cruces, NM
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about Air Lift Load Controller II Air Compressor Kit:
Compressor does a good job airing up the Air Lift 5000 lifts on the back axle, even while moving. When changing pressures the compressor pressurizes both bags at the same time to the same pressure. If you want differential pressure you have to bleed off one side which is easily done. It would have been nice to have the ability to pressurize each side independently.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The Air Lift Company has been developing air spring suspension products for over 50 years. The original product, a rubber air spring inserted into a car's factory coil spring, was developed and patented in 1950.
The versatility of Air Lift air springs were proven during the early years of stock car racing. Air Lifts were used by most of the stock car racing teams for twenty years or so until the racing suspensions evolved to more sophisticated systems. The Air Lift Company sponsored cars were tough competitors on the NASCAR Grand National Circuit. The Air Lift Company has the longest history of product development dedicated solely to the development of light vehicle air suspension products.
First, in the 1950's, Air Lift pioneered the use of air spring inserts in coil spring suspensions. Then, in the 1960's, Air Lift introduced the use of sleeve-type air springs on pickup truck suspensions. During the 1980's Air Lift started using air helper springs on motor homes and ambulances. Street rods and lowered vehicles were the target in the 1990's. Today's products are an evolution of Air Lift's breakthrough development programs applying the use of air springs in light truck and motor home suspensions. Air Lift has won more SEMA awards for air spring development products than any other company.