Firestone Rear Air Bags for 1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma

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TAC 2304

Firestone Ride-Rite Air bags.

Ride-Rite air helper springs are the workhorse of Firestone’s air helper spring line. The double convoluted air springs offer maximum load capacity as well as years of worry-free service and support.

Ride-Rite air helper springs are installed between the frame of your vehicle and the suspension, providing load support by using air pressure.

Firestones air springs have become synonymous with quality, durability, and customer support that is second to none. Ride-Rite air bag kits utilize a pair of convoluted air springs which can be adjusted to accommodate your load capacity. The Ride-Rite series is capable of up to 5,000 lbs. of load level capacity. After installed, your ride will be enhanced by reducing inter-leaf friction which will keep your truck level, reduce suspension fatigue, and increase the stability of your Toyota vehicle.


  • Includes two (2) air springs
  • Easy Install – 1-2 hours
  • Load leveling capacity up to 5,000 lbs.
  • Keeps vehicle level
  • Level off-center or uneven loads
  • Reduce suspension fatigue
  • Improve the ride
  • Reduce bottoming out
  • Increase vehicle stability
  • Can be modified work with different lift amounts.  May require spacers.

Overall, Ride-Rite air bags have many advantages for your vehicle and will help to improve steering control and braking effectiveness, level headlight beams, reduce tire wear, keep leaf springs from permanent sagging, reduce bottoming out with air cushions between the axle and frame, absorb road shock, and match your vehicles load for an overall improved ride.

NOTE: Custom modifications to mounting brackets may be required for lifted applications to ensure air bags are properly supported.

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1 review for Firestone Rear Air Bags for 1995-2004 Toyota Tacoma

  1. 4 out of 5

    I am a handy guy, but never really done much work on cars/trucks beyond changing my oil. This was my first project on my 2001 Tacoma, V6 3.4L 4X4 and it went well. The instructions that came with the kit were clear and easy to follow.

    The most difficult part of this installation was cutting off the rubber bump stops. I got 1/3 of the way through them with a hack saw, attacking from the corners, and eventually pried it off with a flathead screwdriver and then clean up the little piece that was left.

    I am deducting a star because this explicitly said "No Drilling Required" bold the description. The kit I received did in fact require drilling. Four 3/8" holes in the frame to attach the upper brackets. It wasnt a big deal and went fine, but the description is misleading.

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