And based on that I'm ordering the firestone 4155s and will hopefully try to install them this week!
@Husume - Just checking back to see if you have had the airbags put in yet?I'm going to try to have the airbags put in at the same time as the 3" Journey lift in my '22 AWD in a few weeks. I'll let you know how it goes.
The instructions linked above are more detailed than what came in my 4155 box. I can't figure out why they would say to put the protector on top for toyota vans - unless it's to deflect the edge of the jounce bumper cup.
And then it makes me wonder which toyota vans they're referring to - Gen 2 or 3 or 4. If the protector goes on top should the airline go up?
The shop was talking about installing the airlines upwards which would be preferable as the airlines are less likely to be snagged. It would probably involve drilling into the journey spacers as well.
Not scheduled scheduled to do the install until the end of June.
Not accessible. The spring and upper spring retainer need to be removed to access the nut on the back side of the jounce bumper.Appears they are only bolted in. How accessible is the bolt?
I know that you did not do the work, so consider this a rhetorical question.
Will be interested in MPG after road trip and how it behaves on steep climbs or curvy roads.Doing our first road trip with the air bags today. Normally the bottom of the ecohitch is 11 3/4" off the ground. After loading the van it was 10 1/4" off the ground with the airbags at 5psi. Pumped them up to 35psi and the back end lifted back up to 11 1/4"! Van "feels" level and not nearly so bouncy in the back as it has in the past on road trips. Very happy with the result!