Air Lift Co. Releases New Universal Air Spring Cradle

Air Lift Co. Releases New Universal Air Spring Cradle

The cradle fits all Air Lift bellows-style air spring kits and most other brands.

Aftermarket air suspension manufacturer Air Lift Company launched its new Universal Air Spring Cradle, designed for lifted trucks.

The Air Lift Universal Air Spring Cradle enables the air spring to become detached from the lower bracket, allowing full extension of a vehicle’s suspension while having a seat for the air spring to set into on compression of the suspension, the company says.

Air Lift says the easy-to-install kit has two cradles made of durable resin and mounting hardware for a perfect fit when installed with a LoadLifter 5000 kit and draining holes to help clear water and debris. “Whether adding an air spring kit or upgrading your current setup, the Air Lift Universal Air Spring Cradle kit is the best choice for your lifted truck,” the company adds.

The cradle fits all Air Lift bellows-style air spring kits and most other brands*, Air Lift says. The cradle’s design allows for bolt-up or bolt-down installation based on the air spring kit.

Air Lift air springs are designed to work with the vehicle’s existing suspension to help eliminate squat, poor headlight aim, unresponsive steering, body roll, and bottoming.

*Does not fit LoadLifter 7500 XL™ Ultimate or sleeve-style springs such as RideControl™.

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