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Here is a picture of the AirLift 1000 kit for the 2nd gen odyssey (60740).

<img src="http://www.odyclub.com/forums/attachment.php?s=&postid=209172" width="200">

It appears that the Firestone or standard 1/4 DOT air brake lines will go onto the AirLift barbs (its tight). The Firestone airlines are much more rigid then the AirLift airlines.

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I would be inclined to use the lines which come with the AirLifts, since the tight fit of the other lines on the nipples may, in time, stress the material and be a cause for failure.

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BrianB said:
Here is a picture of the AirLift 1000 kit for the 2nd gen odyssey (60740).

<img src="http://www.odyclub.com/forums/attachment.php?s=&postid=209172" width="200">

It appears that the Firestone or standard 1/4 DOT air brake lines will go onto the AirLift barbs (its tight). The Firestone airlines are much more rigid then the AirLift airlines.

BrianB
I recall thinking that the airlift airline tubing looked remarkably like the tubing one would use in an aquarium. It worried me to the point that I actually emailed Airlift and asked if it were okay to maintain constant higher pressures, and they said it would cause no problems. So far, they've been right.

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Here is a picture of the AirLift 1000 kit for the 2nd gen odyssey (60740).

<img src="http://www.odyclub.com/forums/attachment.php?s=&postid=209172" width="200">

It appears that the Firestone or standard 1/4 DOT air brake lines will go onto the AirLift barbs (its tight). The Firestone airlines are much more rigid then the AirLift airlines.

BrianB
A long term update for the AirLift 1000. I installed them on 3/5/2005. I regularly ran them with 5psi-10psi pressure. On 3/1/2020, during regular tire maintenance one of the bags is now bad (leaking). I highly recommend this product given its 15 year life.
 

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A long term update for the AirLift 1000. I installed them on 3/5/2005. I regularly ran them with 5psi-10psi pressure. On 3/1/2020, during regular tire maintenance one of the bags is now bad (leaking). I highly recommend this product given its 15 year life.
Another update: AirLift stood behind their lifetime warranty and sent me a replacement bag at NO cost to me. They were easy to work with on the matter.

Below are pictures of the steps to replace the bag.
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