Air Suspension Helper Kit - Coil

SKU: CR5034



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Airbag Man air suspension kits provide the perfect levelling solution for towing or carrying a load with your 4WD, SUV or utility vehicle.


These air suspension kits are designed to fit inside the existing coil springs to provide front to back and side to side levelling control to a vehicle when towing or carrying uneven loads.

This enables you to ‘level up’ once the load has been added by simple inflation and deflation through the inflation valve facility that is supplied with the Airbag Man air suspension kits. (Same concept as inflating and deflating your tyres via the tyre valve).

Key Features

  • Utilises heavy duty Firestone airbags
  • Made of durable polyurethane, providing years of comfort & stability to a vehicle
  • Designed and manufactured by Airbag Man in Australia, with all fittings and components to suit each individual application
  • Everything you need in one box. Full instructions included.
  • 24-month warranty


  • Excellent ride quality
  • Eliminates spring sag
  • Safer load carrying
  • Reduce vehicle maintenance costs
  • Decreased tyre wear
  • More even brake wear
  • Improved steering and handling
  • Headlights point in the right direction


LLVTA Certification is required on all airbag assist product installations in New Zealand.

  • Drilling & Cutting Required

Pressure & Heights

  • Min pressure: 5PSI
  • Max pressure: 30PSI

This kit suits the following vehicles:

  • HAVAL H9 Aug 17-22 Raised
  • TOYOTA FJ CRUISER GSJ & GJS 06-16 Raised
  • TOYOTA HILUX SURF 4-Runner & Surf 96-02 Standard Height
  • TOYOTA LAND CRUISER 80 Series FJ80, FZJ80, HDJ80 & HZJ80 Aug.91-98 Raised 50mm
  • TOYOTA LAND CRUISER - PRADO 120 Series Sep.02-Oct.09 excl. Grande Raised
  • TOYOTA LAND CRUISER - PRADO 150 Series 5 Door Nov.09-22 Excl. Kakadu Raised


Product videos

Airbag Man Product Overview

How to operate your Airbag Man Suspension


Reference points and airbag pressures