Wireless Air Leveling For Your Tow Rig

November 1st, 2007

If you tow your track car on a trailer behind your truck or SUV, you may have noticed some rear-end sagging. This affects the trucks’ handling, braking, and ride quality. It also pisses off oncoming traffic at night. To combat this, rear helper air springs are a great addition to your tow vehicle. Air Lift Company used SEMA 07 to unveil a new wireless air control system for this type of application. The 7200 kit includes everything needed to dial in and maintain the desired vehicle height. The wireless aspect has 2 nice benefits: 1) much easier installation, and 2) you can set ride height while standing next to the vehicle. Other standard features of the system include: automatic maintenance of set pressures, memory settings, and built-in diagnostic/safety features. MSRP for the kit is $499.

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