What Accessories Do I Need For Air Suspension?
When adding air ride suspension to your vehicle, there are two ways you can go about it. You can purchase a full air suspension kit with everything you need all in one kit, or you can piece it together to get the exact components you want for your specific build.
How Much Air Line Do I Need For Air Suspension?
When piecing together your air suspension kit, you are going to need air line to connect all of your components together. The air line carries compressed air throughout your system and is made from durable materials to withstand the elements when routed on the exterior of your vehicle. Whether you are purchasing an all-in-one kit or buying air line separately, you will usually get 50 feet of line. This is more than enough to do most vehicles and will allow you to have some extra in most cases.
Where Can I Purchase Replacement AccuAir Harnesses?
If you need to replace a harness for your AccuAir air suspension components, you can purchase direct replacement harnesses directly from AccuAir. We carry replacement harnesses for many of our air suspension components to ensure you have what you need to replace a damaged harness easily.
Do I Need A Moisture Trap?
A moisture trap, also known as a filter, is a component installed on your air suspension system to keep moisture from entering your system. As your system generates compressed air, this air becomes warm. As it cools down in your air tank, it can create condensation and moisture. This can lead to rust in steel tanks and damage to electrical components. For those in colder climates, moisture can also lead to freezing air lines. A moisture trap helps to filter out any moisture to maintain your system easily.
What Is An Air Ride Suspension Muffler?
An air ride suspension muffler is a device that is installed on the vacuum manifold to help quiet the sound of air releasing from your system. As you air down, air must be let out of your air bag to lower the vehicle. As this happens, air can be heard releasing from the manifold, creating the famous air suspension sound we have all come to love. If you want to quiet your system when airing down, these mufflers are a great way to do so.