Air Suspension Helper Kit – Coil To Suit Mercedes-Benz Gle W166 & W167 Suv 15-20 Without Airmatic
$420.00 inc. GST
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Do I need airbags?
Airbags are not just for 4wd�s towing a caravan, boat or trailer. If your vehicle tows or carries uneven loads causing the rear or front end to sag then you need to drive safe and level up with Airbag Man. Airbag Man engineer, design and manufacture over 1000 airbag kits to suit a wide range of vehicles such as Passenger Cars, Family Sedans, Station Wagons, 4wd�s and Suv�s, Tradies Utes, Commercial Vans, Light Trucks, Trailers, Caravans, Camper Trailers, Heavy Trucks, Industrial and Agricultural, Motorhomes, Hot Rods and Show Cars, Military and Emergency Vehicles.
By installing Airbag Man to your vehicle you can take advantage of many features and benefits which include adjustable levelling control, eliminating spring sag, safer load carrying, better braking, improved steering and handling, stabilise body roll, prevents bottoming out, excellent ride quality, reduced tyre wear and lower maintenance costs.
How do airbags work?
Install airbags on your vehicle and you�ll be able to lift and level up a sagging rear end when towing caravans, boats, campervans and trailers or when carrying extra uneven loads. Airbags will give your vehicle the extra support needed in the suspension for more comfortable, economical and safer driving. Airbags can be adjusted for varying loads and road conditions by inflating or deflating, just like inflating or deflating a car tyre, to give you rear to front and side to side levelling control of your vehicle.
How do I inflate or deflate my airbags?
Very simple! You can add air via a service stations tyre inflation facilities or if you have a portable compressor that will work perfectly as well. If you wanted to inflate or deflate your airbags from the comfort of your vehicle, we have a massive range of on board air accessories that will give you the ability of individual press of a button technology and pressure readings via an analogue or digital gauge.