Air Lift Co. Introducing New LoadLifter ‘7500 XL’

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June 16, 2017 by   Leave a Comment

Air Lift Co.’s new product line, the LoadLifter 7500 XL, is now available for the 2000 to 2010 GM 2500HD and 3500 pickups, according to a press release.

Providing up to 7,500 pounds of load-leveling capacity, the line represents Air Lift’s heaviest-duty load support solution, providing all the same benefits as other Air Lift load support products, but at lower air pressures.

The LoadLifter 7500 XL series features a pair of 7-inch, double-convoluted air springs that eliminate the problems frequently faced when towing and hauling, including squat, trailer sway, body roll, and bottoming out. The larger volume of the air springs allows these benefits to be provided at lower air pressures to improve ride quality. The air springs help to evenly raise and support the rear weight, making towing and hauling safer and more comfortable with optimal braking and steering control.

All LoadLifter 7500 XL kits feature Air Lift-exclusive upper and lower roll plates, engineered to protect the air springs from sharp edges, while increasing the load capacity by 10 percent. The air springs themselves are built like a tire, reinforced with two-ply fabric for maximum strength and topped with ultra-high-strength, corrosion-proof nylon composite end caps, which are as strong as steel but weigh much less.

For GM 2500HD and 3500 pickups, the LoadLifter 7500 XL adds the load-leveling capabilities that heavy-duty towers and haulers are looking for, with the benefit of complete adjustability. The air is adjustable from 5 to 100 psi.

This LoadLifter 7500 XL air spring kit requires no drilling into the vehicle frame and is compatible with most fifth wheel and gooseneck hitches. The standard installation can usually be completed in two hours or less, made easy with the inclusion of an illustrated instruction manual and Air Lift’s customer service department.

For more information about Air Lift’s LoadLifter 7500 XL, visit

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