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    Daystar airbag cradle installation

    Just got done installing my new Daystar cradles on my 2014 srw. I have been running the load lifter 5000 for some time now. I needed to be able to flex my suspension more so I installed the cradles to allow the air bags to "disconnect " from the axel. Here are the pics from the install.
    Let me know if you have any questions. Happy to help


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    Re: Daystar airbag cradle installation

    Sweet! Good looking setup!


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    Re: Daystar airbag cradle installation

    Quote Originally Posted by bajaben View Post
    Just got done installing my new Daystar cradles on my 2014 srw. I have been running the load lifter 5000 for some time now. I needed to be able to flex my suspension more so I installed the cradles to allow the air bags to "disconnect " from the axel. Here are the pics from the install.
    Let me know if you have any questions. Happy to help
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    Very awesome! Thank you so much for the awesome pics and install.

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    The key to the whole installation was the right angle drill attachment. I couldn't drop the axel far enough to fit my regular drill in there. Once in had the right tool, it was a quick install.

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    Re: Daystar airbag cradle installation

    Looks good. I have that same floor jack. Been around for a long time.


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