I bought mine @ Hitch City in Toronto. You could call Airlift and ask for a distrubutor near you.edabbey said:Is anyone aware of a Canadian on-line distributor of air springs? I've found a couple of US based sites but I've been burned before by customs and brokerage fees. Thanks for your help!
I like RSTANEK's mounting point. I plan to try the install next weekend and I think my plan will be to run the passenger side to the driver side, T-off and mount the bulkhead fitting in that hole. One circuit. One nicely concealed inflation point. I'll try to take pics along the way.scubajoe said:I ran mine up into the cabin to avoid the exhaust. I haven't done it yet 'cause I need more air line, but I plan to add the "T" and tuck the fitting into the jack compartment. The advantage to having them on the same "circuit" is that both will have the same fill.