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AIR LIFT 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit

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AIR LIFT 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit

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Product Description

AIR LIFT Air Shock Controller Kit is designed to control the air shock pressure. It includes rugged on board air compressor and dash mount gauge panel as well as hardware. This kit facilitates easy and quick installation.

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The Air Lift 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit provides an easy and effective way for drivers to monitor and maintain the air pressure in their air shocks with the push of a dashboard button. Operating without the need for an air tank or a connection to your car battery, the 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit consists of a dashboard mountable pressure gauge, a rugged but ultra compact air compressor and all the air line, mounting hardware and electrical connections needed for quick, easy do-it-yourself installation.



Dashboard air management specifically for air shocks
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Easy installation via an existing air shock T-fitting
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Perfect Push-Button Air Shock Pressurization

Air shocks are designed to be adjusted to ease your ride, as well as raise your vehicle chassis to a higher position when it is heavily loaded or requires additional ground clearance, but they are not always able to be conveniently adjusted. The Air Lift 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit changes that.

A compact air management system specifically designed to pressurize and depressurize your vehicle's already installed air shocks, right from the dashboard, the Air Lift 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit consists of a small, but durable air compressor that is connected at one end to a pressure gauge at the dashboard and at the other, to your air shocks (T-fitting not included). The compressor is powerful enough to pressurize your shocks without the need for an air tank and is conveniently powered via a connection to your vehicle's 15-amp minimum fuse box, usually located below the dashboard. Around the dashboard is also where the unit's single needle pressure gauge is best located, using the included self-tapping screws. In addition to registering pressures up to 200 psi,* this gauge also features an easy-to-use on/off switch and a one-touch deflate button to lower your vehicle just as easy as it is raised. The kit also contains all neccessary mounting hardware, a generous length of air line and instruction manual.

Features

  • Allows driver control for air shock pressure right from the driver seat
  • Includes rugged onboard air compressor
  • Utilizes a universal connector suitable for most air shocks including those factory installed
  • Option to control four air springs in pairs from one compressor
  • Includes dash mount gauge panel, hardware and a generous length of air line
  • Easy to install and powered via a connection to your vehicle's fuse box
"h4"Two Year Limited Warranty "p" Air Lift Company warrants its Air Lift 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit to the original retail purchaser against manufacturing defects for two (2) years when used on catalog-listed applications on cars, vans, light trucks and motor homes under normal operating conditions. The warranty does not apply to products that have been improperly applied, improperly installed, used in racing or off-road applications, used for commercial purposes, or which have not been maintained in accordance with installation instructions furnished with all products.

"p" "i"*Pressures in excess of 160 psi may result in premature compressor failure and/or air leaks in the air line connections.

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"h2"From the manufacturer

Our Air Lift Performance division customizes full air suspension replacement and compressor systems for lowered performance vehicles.

All of our efforts are spent ensuring your safety and comfort by designing, engineering and manufacturing the highest quality suspension products. We are a family owned business based in Lansing, Michigan and make your family and cargo’s safety our top priority.

About Air Lift Co.Suspension Specialists since 1949.

Our Air Lift Performance division customizes full air suspension replacement and compressor systems for lowered performance vehicles.

All of our efforts are spent ensuring your safety and comfort by designing, engineering and manufacturing the highest quality suspension products.

The early years of stock car racing proved Air Lift’s air springs’ supreme versatility. Our products were widely used for twenty years by nearly every stock car racing team and our cars were among the top competitors on the NASCAR Grand National Circuit. We are proud of our racing roots and are committed to customizing our products for your needs on the road.In the 1950s, Air Lift pioneered the use of air spring inserts in coil suspensions.By the 1960s we were already introducing sleeve-type air springs on pickup truck suspensions.Then, in the 1980s, we provided air helper springs for motor homes and ambulances. Our constant ingenuity paved the way for street rods and lowered vehicles in the 1990s.

AIR LIFT 25804 Air Shock Controller Kit

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