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|Air Lines Included:||Yes|
|Bellows Mounting Location:||Front or Rear Depending on Application and Use|
|Bellows Ply Quantity:||2|
|Dash Panel Included:||No|
|Intended Vehicle Group:||Jeeps|
|Mounting Hardware Included:||Yes|
|Pressure Sensor Included:||No|
|Self Leveling Switch Included:||No|
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Comments about Air Lift 1000; Coil Spring:
I tow a 5X10 trailer full of band gear with my 2005 Jeep Wrangler. The load drops the rear end too much for me and it aims my headlights into oncoming drivers eyes. It also lightens up the front end a little to much. I'm well within my limitations for load reccommendations by Jeep for towing. With all of that said I wanted to put better shocks on and I searched for products like this one on the internet. Obviously I found this one. Worth a shot and I checked into some online Jeep forums. This was reccommended by a few folks.
First thing is, Advanced has it for $30 cheaper than the manufacturers website. No brainer. Does exactly what I wanted it for. Levels the load and makes towing much easier and safer. Actually easy to install. While you are installing it, do your rear shocks at the same time. One less headache.
For the "No Drill" installation thats wrong. You will have to drill. The bottom plate where the rear spring rests, you have to drill it out to the specified hole size of 3/4". It isn't removeable on the 2005 Wrangler so it's an in place job. I drilled the pilot hole and had a 3/4" hole saw handy. I started drilling the hole saw bit in with its pilot bit and it bottomed out on the rear axle. The hole saw wouldnt make it to the plate. The pilot bits on those are replaceable, so I put the bit in a vice, snapped it off to the desired length, and finshed the hole with no issues. Smoothed out all the rough edges and finished the install. Works awesome! Hope all this helps!