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Air Mounts are essential when setting up the Wifey Air System. They are easily installed using factory holes in your wheel well, while some models require minimal drilling of the holes. Nevertheless, the install is simple! With the Air Mounts you can make a fast connection to your compressor which means you can get back on the trails. 

*** Note: These were not designed for the TRD PRO, and would require modification to fit that model.

The Details

  • Minimal Drilling Required to Install
  • Stainless Steel
  • Rust Free Guarantee
  • Easy Installation
  • Made for the Wifey Air System
  • Made in the USA

The Install

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
shea martin (Cincinnati, OH)
Great kit, amazing parts

All works and goes together well. One note. The valve brakets for the wifey system require modification on a TRD PRO. I had to flatten and find an alternative mounting point for the rear mounts. The specific mounting location intended is already occupied by the rear shock absorber oil reservoirs.

David Hutcherson (Denver, CO)
Another Great product

These mounts are great.. Well worth the price to simplify doing a setup like this. Easy to install and a great value !!

Ellis Miller (North Las Vegas, NV)
Perfect fit! (5thgen 4Runner)

Beautiful fit and finish! I would say I would buy it again but Rago designs everything perfectly! Buy once cry once.

Steven Huynh (Huntington Beach, CA)
Works great as described but not for FJ

I bought the 5th gen thinking it would work on my FJ. It didn’t so if you’re an FJ owner thinking you can make it work, you probably can but it’s not simple plug and play.

Nice parts, but required modifications.

As the title states they are nice quality parts, but I did have to modify them and they were not direct bolt on. The schrader valves I have seemed to have a larger OD than most 1/4NPT fittings. I had to enlarger the holes on the mounts and washers, not a big deal as I am used to custom parts needing some adjustments. I also had to ad riv-nuts to attach the rear mounts, again not a big deal since I had them on hand. I think it would be worth saying something in the instructions/ sales info that this might be necessary as it does require you to enlarge a hole on the shock mount. I bought these to save some install time, with the time spent modifying and fitting parts I'm not sure that worked, but they do look better than what I would have made.