Straight off the assembly line, your 2011-2016 Super Duty truck comes ready to tow and haul. However, while your truck may do just fine with an occasional trailer or light load, pulling near your F250 or F350's maximum weight with uneven cargo or a heavy boat and trailer might make you start white-knuckling it if you reach some extreme weather or uneven roads. The good news is that there are a couple of high-quality towing solutions for your Super Duty that were designed to give you back control by eliminating that annoying sag or squat. By adding a set of load leveling air springs, you can right the ship before towing becomes a nerve-wracking situation. To further improve towing performance, make sure to check out our Super Duty On-Board Air Compressors, 6.7L Super Duty brakes, or our dashboard monitors and tuners.
One of the best upgrades for accommodating heavy-duty towing applications is a set of air springs, and nobody does them better than Air Lift. Whether you only use your Super Duty for towing your boat on the weekends or if you really put it to work at the job site, a set of air springs can give your truck back the kind of balance, control and stability you'll need. Air Lift's springs give you the ability to increase air to the rear of your truck to compensate for towing heavy loads or when hauling an uneven load.
Whether you only need the support for weekend warrior trips or if you really plan on putting your 2011-2016 F250 or F350 Super Duty to task for more extreme daily towing and hauling, these air springs will give your truck the kind of stability you're looking for during even the most extreme road trips. If you really want your truck to be an all-star when it comes to towing or hauling heavy loads, we also have a great selection of On-Board Air Compressors that will enable you to keep your truck on the road and not have to worry about finding the next gas station to fill up your air springs. Some of these systems even include wireless remotes so you can be outside of your truck and monitor the correct leveling or you can go with an in-cab analog dial that gives you the power of increasing the air load with touch of a button.