Air Lift Offers Rebate

Air Lift Offers Rebate On Air Spring Kits And Compressor Systems

Through June 30, buy Air Lift adjustable air springs and get $25 back with a mail-in rebate. Add an Air Lift on-board compressor system and get an additional $75 back.

airlift511Air Lift Co. has announced a new rebate program. Through June 30, buy Air Lift adjustable air springs and get $25 back with a mail-in rebate. Air Lift adjustable air springs work with the existing suspension to give your vehicle more leveling support in the rear when towing or hauling a heavy load.

Rebate offers include:

• Air Lift LoadLifter 5000 or LoadLifter 5000 ULTIMATE
• RideControl

Add an Air Lift on-board compressor system and get $75 back with a mail-in rebate, for up to $100 in savings.

Air Lift control systems also can be used with all brands of air springs, and wireless or analog are available for convenient, on-the-go control of air springs. Standard-duty compressor units are designed for systems used on an intermittent basis, while heavy-duty compressor units are recommended for daily use.

Rebate offers include:

• WirelessAIR (part No. 72000)
• SmartAIR II (part No. 25490), (part No. 25491)
• WirelessONE (part No. 25870)
• LoadCONTROLLER (part No. 25850), (part No. 25854)
• LoadCONTROLLER (part No. 25852), (part No. 25856)

Air Lift’s rebate program is for consumers only and is not valid for eBay purchases. To qualify for the rebate, be sure to follow rebate instructions completely, which are printed on the rebate form. Print an online rebate form at airliftcompany.com/support/rebates, or call 1-800-248-0892 to request a form.

Air Lift air spring kits include a lifetime warranty and on-board air compressor systems include a two-year warranty. Both have a 60-day money back guarantee. They can be purchased at most light truck and RV retailers near you or online from most major retailers.

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