Vanessa now fitted with Air Lift 1000
A short video to update viewers that the Air Lift 1000 bags have been
installed. It took maybe an hour due to humidity and an additional half
hour for me to decide exactly where to mount the air valves. All in all,
it was fairly simple. The difficult part was getting the bags to fold
small enough to fit into the opening below the coil springs and the extra
lip of material in the center of the bags did not make things any easier.
Stay tuned for the rear install as well as the on-board compressor
installation with the wireless control.
How To Install Air Lift 1000 Helper Springs | Installing Bags To Stock Suspension For The Big Build
Hey everyone! Got the Air Lift kit all installed, and it worked like a
charm! Already sits a lot higher with the 6 XXX's inside! Definitely worth
the buy, and looking forward to see how it handles the upcoming birch,
batts, and amps! :)
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Inside The Build Pt1
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Music By: Kevin Macleod
Songs: "Ice Flow" & "Mining by Moonlight"
1998 Ford Expedition / "EXOedition"
Pioneer AVH-p3200DVD Double Din Head Unit
1 Behringer DCX2496 Crossover & EQ
6 Soundstream XXX 18" Subwoofers
6 PSI 2500W Recones w/ Direct Leads
6 Sounstream TX1.2600d Bass Amps
1 Oxygen Air2ProF550 4 Channel Amp
1 MB Quart ONX4.125 4 Channel Amp
6 Crescendo FT1 Tweeters
4 10" Crescendo PWX-10 Mid Drivers
4 6" Crescendo PWX-6 Mid Drivers
4 Iraggi 320 Amp Alternators
10 Power Logic AGM Batteries
Second Skin Audio Sound Deadener
Alpha Damp & Damplifier Pro
800 Watt DC/AC Power Inverter
Air Lift 1000 Helper Springs (bags)
No Compressor Needed!
Dual Flowmaster Exhaust
AMP AKA: Air 2 Pro F550 / Air2 ProF550
Bassheads Unite 2012
2014 Ram ProMaster 7 Passenger High-Top Conversion Van By Sherry Vans Walkthrough | 26910T
Justin Smith of Paul Sherry Conversion Vans walks you through the
industry's first Ram ProMaster Conversion Van!
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Stock Number: 26910T
Conversion: Sherry Vans
Chassis: Ram ProMaster 1500 High Roof 136″ Wheelbase
Engine: 3.6L V6, 280 horsepower, 6-Speed
Automatic Transmission, Front Wheel Drive
Exterior: Flame Red Paint, Custom Painted Stripe, Painted Ground Effects,
Full Length Running Boards w/ Non-Slip Step, Clear Cab Roof Lights, Deep
Interior: Ivory Color Decor, Premium Perforated Leather Seating For 7
Passengers, Custom Pleated Privacy Day/Night Window Shades, Dynamat Sound
Deadening, Gloss Black Trim, LED Lighting
Climate Control: Front and Rear A/C & Heat
Center Console: None
Front Seating: Premium Perforated Leather Captain Chairs with Self-Leveling
Front Entertainment: Premium Jensen VX7020 6.2″ Touchscreen Navigation
Receiver, AM/FM Stereo With CD/DVD Player, Premium Pioneer Speakers,
Pandora Radio, Bluetooth Calling/Streaming, USB Stereo Input, USB Charging
Port, D.I.C. Driver Information Center
Mid Seating: Premium Perforated Leather Captain Chairs With Power Recline,
Swivel Bases, Slide Tracks, Self-Leveling Armrests, Twin Consoles
Rear Seating: Power Reclining Premium 2-Section Perforated Leather Sofa,
Rear Entertainment: 32″ Vizio HDTV, Blu-ray/DVD Player, Wireless
Headphones w/ Storage Cases, 120V Game Power Supply, HDMI Input, LED
Indirect Accent and Mood Lighting, LED Reading Lights
Wheels: 18″ Premium American Racing Chrome Wheels
Towing Package: None
Off-Road Camper Van Build - Project Motovan
Contributor Eric Tabb sets out to build an off-road van for camping
,traveling to the desert, and accommodating his dirt bike while making the
trip comfortable along the way and once at the destination.
If you read the previous installment of Project Motovan last year you might
have picked up on how much I was enjoying the freedom of owning a 4x4
camper van. The ease of being able to load up the van during the week and
hit the road on the weekend to a destination far from civilization really
makes life easier and maximizes the time camping.
Check out more on the build here:
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Good Bye to an old Friend
This was a 1985 Chevy G20 fully custom van that my dad bought brand new
when i was a teen ager. with all my other vehicles it was time to start
thinning the heard out some and something had to go this was the only
logical one to get rid of. I let it go for $217.00 in steel today we got a
LOT of good use out of that van but i couldn't afford to keep my other ones
up and fix that one too so I sadly had to say good bye after stripping off
what my father asked me to.
Magic Bus- A cargo van conversion.wmv
The process of taking a stock Ford Econoline E250 and converting it to a
camper van. Installing Solar Panels, Controller, Batteries, Water
tank/Pump, Sink, Shower, Bed, Storage Compartments, Lights, Paneling, etc.
Air Helper Springs Installation - 2003 Chevrolet Express Van - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
All right today on this 2003 Chevrolet Express Van 2500 series, we are
going to install part number F2337 from Firestone. They are Sport-Rite Air
Helper Springs. We are going to start off by assembling the spring kit
itself. We are just going to get it hand tight for now. We will get all of
the accessories together and then we will install it on the vehicle. First
off we will install this plate. We are going to put this disc on top of it.
Then what is going to happen is our air bag is going to sit on top of that.
This whole assembly is going to get attached to the bottom of the U bolts
underneath the axle. Run the bolt through, the disc, and then our air
spring. We are going to leave that loose for now. We will go ahead and
install our air valve. We are going to cinch this one down tight. Then it
is still flexible after it is tightened down, pretty neat. 01:14
Our top bracket is going to go back on. We can also go ahead and tighten
these up too. The bottom bolt is what we are going to have to really leave
loose. This is our sub assembly here. Lets go ahead and test fit it on the
vehicle now. Right now we have got our wheel off. We have got it on a jack
stand so we will go ahead and test it. This bracket on the bottom goes
right on to the bottom of the U bolts and then on top we have got the
parking brake cables in the way so we are going to have to disconnect that
bracket and we will put the bracket back together after we are done with
the air springs. All right lets go try it again. Put it up against the U
bolts. Go ahead and install the nuts. Use a screwdriver to make a mark. We
are going to be using an existing hole and this one here, mark that too.
All right at our marked locations what we are going to do is drill 1/ 4
inch pilot hole and then follow up the appropriate hole for the fastener.
These pilot holes need to be drilled up to 9/ 32 for the self tapping
In the oval hole here, the bracket lines up with that and we are just going
to drill out through the back side of the frame. All right lets go ahead
and enlarge the back side of the frame. Lets go ahead and run our bolt and
our huge 3/ 8 thick washer through all the way through the frame. The same
flat washer goes on the back side. The locking nut will go on top of that.
We will not be able to do it too far with our hands. We will have to use a
tool to run it down with. That is fine for now we will go ahead and start
the other bolts into the frame. All right these bolts are actually self
threading so you just got to get them started and put pressure behind them.
All right for our bracket for our parking brake lines, what we are going to
do is make the bolt do double duty. We actually drilled this out a little
bit to accept it. It did not take much. Then we will just go ahead and put
a flat washer behind that and then the bolt and thread everything back
through. This arm above the hanger will set on top of the bracket and it
will grab the lines. All right we will go ahead and tighten the nuts down
now. Hand tighten and then 1/ 4 turn more is all you need. This bottom bolt
we have got to do next. 04:40
All right what we want to do is mount our hose fitting basically to the
bottom of the bumper pointing down just like that. We want to go ahead and
drill a hole through the bumper here and make room for that and we will
finish up our lines underneath the vehicle. This is our hose from the
driver side and this is our hose from the passenger side. Basically what we
want to do is put a T in the middle in between the two. Just slide it into
place and it kind of clicks and get it tugged back. And then our other half
will go down to our valve, we just push that into there. We use some extra
length hose just between these two here. Then we will run this to our hole
in our bumper. Then we will put our nut on the bottom and tighten it up. Go
ahead and put some air into it. All right we will go ahead and spray it
down with some soapy water and look for bubbles. No bubbles, no leak. We
will go ahead and let the air out and you want to leave about ten pounds of
air whenever you are not using it. All right after testing our aligns and
the air springs we are done for our install. There you have it for part
number F2337 from Firestone. The Sport-Rite Air Spring.
amfr mud boggs 2009 THE SHAKER
my 1980 chevy playin in the mud in the summer of 09... Had a pretty fair
year... new 450 hp motor, new eat my shift monster transmission... 38 inch
tsl boggers... 9 inch lift... half ton running gear including inland truck
parts drivelines, richmand 4:10 gears front and rear, spicer u-joints.. any
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