Air Suspension Leveling Control

Level Up the Sagging Rear End of Your Vehicle with Air Suspension Leveling Control

When towing a caravan, boat, trailer or carrying load the rear end of the vehicle can sag.

With an airbag man air control system both switches can be applied to pump compressed air into each airbag simultaneously.

As the compressed air fills and the air pressure increases in each airbag, the airbags inflate and rise to lift to level the vehicle to the desired ride height.

As the rear of the vehicle rises up to the level safe driving position, the air pressure inside each airbag can be seen in real time in the digital gauge.

Once lifted to the desired ride height simply release the air control switches.

Air Suspension Leveling Control Switches for the air ride control system
Air Suspension Leveling Control Switches for the air ride control system
A Toyota Landcruisers rear end in the lower position
A Toyota Landcruisers rear end in the lower position
A Toyota Landcruisers rear end in the high level position
A Toyota Landcruisers rear end in the high level position
Direct feedback via the onboard digital guage
Direct feedback via the onboard digital guage
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Level Up One Side of Your Vehicle

When carrying an uneven load a vehicle can sag to one side.

Airbags can be used individually to level up the vehicle from side to side.

This particular Landcruiser has been fitted with manual inflation and air control inflation.

Depending on the load, it takes less than 30 seconds to inflate the airbags lifting the rear of the vehicle from the lowest to the highest ride height position.

Optimally it is the level ride position that is sought for the safest of driving conditions.

The rear end of the Landcruiser is sagging to one side
The rear end of the Landcruiser is sagging to one side
Use the switch to level up the vehicle from side to side
Use the switch to level up or level down the vehicle from side to side
The Toyota Landcruiser is now in a level position
The Toyota Landcruiser is now in a level position
Toyota starting from the lowest ride position
Toyota starting from the lowest ride height position
Toyota finishing at the highest ride position
Toyota finishing at the highest ride height position
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Leveling Control When Towing a Caravan or Trailer

Hitching up a trailer or caravan is made easier simply by lowering the rear end of the vehicle.

Switching downward deflates the airbag.

As the air pressure decreases the rubber bellows rolls back down the piston assembly lowering the vehicle chassis and body closer to the ground.

Once the towball and the rear of the Landcruiser is below the level of the trailer hitch the vehicle could be carefully reversed to align the towball underneath the trailer hitch.

Switching upwards with the dual control switches the onboard air compressor inflates the airbags and lifts the rear of the vehicle.

The rising towball gently locates itself into the trailer hitch making trailer hitch ups effortless and at the same time leveling up a vehicle under load.

Preparing the vehicle prior to towing a large trailer or caravan
Preparing the vehicle prior to towing a large trailer or caravan
The Toyota is the high ride position before lowering it to fit under the trailer hitch
The Toyota is the high ride position before lowering it to fit under the trailer hitch
The Toyota in the low ride position just before moving under the trailer hitch
The Toyota in the low ride position just before moving under the trailer hitch
The towball is now directly underneath the trailer hitch
The towball is now directly underneath the trailer hitch
The air suspension lifts the rear of the vehicle easily locates itself into the trailer hitch
The air suspension lifts the rear of the vehicle easily locates itself into the trailer hitch
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Air Ride Suspension Benefits

Replacing the rear coil springs and fitting On-Air airbags literally means your vehicle is riding on air.

Apart from the benefits of adjustable ride height and levelling control, On-Air airbags improve a vehicle suspension and handling… especially when towing or carrying load.

Airbags enable a vehicle to carry its maximum load-carrying capacity and at the same time improve the overall ride comfort for the driver and passengers.

There are many benefits to replacing your vehicle’s coil springs and fitting On-Air airbags.

Beyond performance and convenience it is the safety aspect that comes with being able to tow or carry load in the correct and level position that is all-important.

So lift your rear end up off the ground.

Call the Airbag Man and get your vehicle back on the straight and level with On-Air.

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