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Old 05-17-2021, 01:30 PM #1
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Correct Air lift 1000 Kit - 60809 or 60804?

Bought Kit 60809 from Amazon which says its compatible with my 2010 4Runner Limited. The amazon reviews and customer pictures show plenty of 5th gen 4runners using 60809

I cut 2 sections of the rubber bump stops off and had ONE HELL of a time getting the 60809 bags in the springs but I was able to finally get them in.

But the amount of effort it took got me questioning whether I had the correct kit # which led me down this rabbit hole.

ANTMAN and many others posted they are using #60809 Air lift 1000.

A quick check on the Air lift website, shows that #60809 is not compatible with 5th Gen 4runners?


On their website, they list #60804 as the correct kit number


The air lift customer service lady was not very helpful she just reiterated that 60809 is not compatible with my vehicle. She did provide me with the following air bag dimensions for each kit:
Spring dimensions per Air Lift
60809 Springs - ō5.38" x 6.5"
60804 Springs - ō4.90" x 8"

I know plenty of people here have installed 60809, but has anyone installed 60804?

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60804 PDF Instructions

60809 PDF Instructions
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I called in when I was ready to do my install with the measurements of the coilsÖ.
Part #60919

Works perfectly!
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Interesting
60919 uses the 46127 cylinder - ō4.9" x 6"

Do you remember how many bump stop sections you cut off?
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60919 uses the 46127 cylinder - ō4.9" x 6"

Do you remember how many bump stop sections you cut off?

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Bought Kit 60809 from Amazon which says its compatible with my 2010 4Runner Limited. The amazon reviews and customer pictures show plenty of 5th gen 4runners using 60809

I cut 2 sections of the rubber bump stops off and had ONE HELL of a time getting the 60809 bags in the springs but I was able to finally get them in.

But the amount of effort it took got me questioning whether I had the correct kit # which led me down this rabbit hole.

ANTMAN and many others posted they are using #60809 Air lift 1000.

A quick check on the Air lift website, shows that #60809 is not compatible with 5th Gen 4runners?


On their website, they list #60804 as the correct kit number


The air lift customer service lady was not very helpful she just reiterated that 60809 is not compatible with my vehicle. She did provide me with the following air bag dimensions for each kit:
Spring dimensions per Air Lift
60809 Springs - ō5.38" x 6.5"
60804 Springs - ō4.90" x 8"

I know plenty of people here have installed 60809, but has anyone installed 60804?

PDF Instructions
60804 PDF Instructions

60809 PDF Instructions
I also bought 60809 based off of the Trail4R.com write up. Did you get these installed? How much of your bump did you cut? I'm stock, FYI. SHould I return and order the 60804?
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I also bought 60809 based off of the Trail4R.com write up. Did you get these installed? How much of your bump did you cut? I'm stock, FYI. SHould I return and order the 60804?
How did the 6804 bags work out? Just ordered them instead of the 6809
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How did the 6804 bags work out? Just ordered them instead of the 6809
I never changed. Stuck with the 09. All good so far
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I never changed. Stuck with the 09. All good so far
I just installed mine. 1-2 hours installation time my ass. Anyway, no leaks after 12 hours @ 30 psi. I'll see how much they'll help soon enough.
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I had some difficulty getting all the bump stop cut so went with Air Lift 60811 and have been good since 2019.
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is that for stock height? Because I used 60769 for 2-3 inch lift.
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So is there a consensus on which kit works best with a 2004 SR5 V8 with stock ride height? I'm simply wanting to reduce the sag from tongue weight.
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