|01-12-2010, 10:47 PM
Pros: Easy to Install, Inexpensive, Easy to Fill, Rides Well
Cons: Fill nipple on passenger shock placement
Comments: Monroe's Max-Air shocks do what they advertize. They installed fairly easily, and routing the air lines and attaching the fill fitting was simple. They ride at least as good as stock, and allow you to compensate for larger loads and towing. And allow you to tune the rake if you so please. I installed them to help with towing, and my sagging rear springs, and it has worked so far.
My only quarrel so far is the passenger shock fill nipple is supposed to go to the inside, but I had to position it the other way to avoid the exhaust. This gives little clearance between it and the "frame". It has not been a problem (the line has enough room to turn away), but you have to put the line in before you bolt the shock up.
You can also add a cab control and fill kit that has a compressor, dash gauge, and controls to adjust the pressure from the drivers seat (Airlift 25804). A bit pricy, (around $100) but adds a degree of convenience if you so wish. (I have OBA so its no big deal to inflate when needed)