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2019 Ford Ranger Air Lift LoadLifter Suspension: Video

Carrying a heavy load in the bed of 2019 Ford Ranger or a trailer with a heavy load can make the back of the Ranger sag. Excess sag is bad for the truck and can be a safety hazard. Aftermarket air suspension manufacturer Air Lift has announced two air suspension systems made for the 2019 Ford Ranger pickup.

The two systems include the LoadLifter 5000 and the LoadLifter 5000 Ultimate. Both kits are specifically designed for the 2019 Ford Ranger and are engineering to work with the factory 2019 Ford Ranger suspension when towing or hauling to provide extra support. Air Lift company says that when these kits are used, they can eliminate issues that are commonly seen when towing and hauling loads such as squat, trailer sway, and poor headlight aim.

The LoadLifter 5000 for the 2019 Ford Ranger is PN 57234 and works to level the load and improve ride quality with the use of a pair of double-bellow, fully adjustable air springs. The kit also includes upper and lower roll plates, and ultra-high-strength nylon end caps. The LoadLifter 5000 Ultimate PN 88234 has the same benefits and comes with an internal jounce bumper to prevent bottoming out and provide extra protection with heavy loads.

All LoadLifter air springs are air adjustable from 5-1000 PSI. Air Lift also offers wired, wireless, and automatic on-board air compressor systems, including the newly redesigned WirelessOne system. Pricing on the system is unannounced at this time. We’ve seen some cool Ranger related news this month with the most exciting item being the 2019 Ranger Baja. Ford also announced today that the Ranger had won a J.D. Power APEAL award for its class landing in first place for the segment.

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Source: Air Lift

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