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Airlift Controllers for Airbag Systems

Airlift Controllers for Airbag Systems

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Choosing an Airlift controller.

On Airlift bag systems for towing and hauling, which add support, they all can be filled manually. Just like inflating an everyday tire on a car or truck. The kits include all the lines, fitting, etc. If you purchased an Airlift kit, no other parts are needed to inflate them (except of course, a source for air).

However, if you prefer NOT to fill them manually, and would like better control, even while driving, Airlift makes several controllers to this.

Part Number 72000 Airlift Wirelessair Remote Controller.

This wireless controller allows you to set and change the air pressure from in or outside the truck. It's hand held, about the size of a garage door opener. It's not only convenient, it's the most easiest to install... no lines or wires to the cab ! It inflates both air bags at the same time, or individually. It includes the T-fitting to do whichever one you want for your needs. You can also program the settings on the controller for each side individually.

This controller automatically maintains a set pressure to the airbags, even while driving, and has two user defined memory buttons for frequently used settings.
This controller works with ALL Airlift airbag support kit systems.

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Another products is Airlift's Load Controller II. There are two kinds, and here's the difference:

Part Number 25592 allows you to fill up both airbags at the same time, evenly.
Part Number 25812 allows you to fill the two bags independantly. (for instance on your truck, you may have a MIG welder and equipment on one side of the rear bed, more weight on one side than the other, and want to fill the bags each differently).

Load Controller II's automatically maintain a safe air pressure, even while driving. To eleminate the major cause of air spring failure, their low pressure sensor automatically activates if pressure falls below the minimum safe level. These controllers include a single gauge (or dual gage for 25812) for in cab control and the air pump.

NOTE: The Part 25812 CANNOT be used with Airlift 1000 products.

Airlift Load Controller II 2

Another choice is Airlift's Smart Air Controller. There are two kinds, and here's the difference:

Part Number 25415 allows you to fill up both airbags at the same time, evenly.
Part Number 25430 allows you to fill the two bags independantly. (for instance on your truck, you may have a MIG welder and equipment on one side of the rear bed, more weight on one side than the other, and want to fill the bags each differently).

Airlift SmartAir Controllers automatically maintain a safe air pressure, even while driving. There are no lines or controls to the cab. It uses a unique Airlift non-contact height sensor which maintains a level ride with any load on any road. It automatically adjusts the air pressure in the airbags to keep the vehicle level, so you don't have to do it with gauges or buttons, which makes it basically hands free.

NOTE: The Part 25430 CANNOT be used with Airlift 1000 products.

Airlift Smart Air Controller




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