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Old 06 Dec 2015, 08:40 pm
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While perusing the forum threads I came across a pic you posted of rear springs with a set of Air Lift air bags inside them.

I'm considering installing set when I convert my 02 to a sedan delivery.
Would you care to give a review on them.

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Old 07 Dec 2015, 03:00 pm
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While perusing the forum threads I came across a pic you posted of rear springs with a set of Air Lift air bags inside them.

I'm considering installing set when I convert my 02 to a sedan delivery.
Would you care to give a review on them.

Wayne
Well since Nitros responed to several other threads since this was asked I would suppose he has no desire to comment.

Anyone else on here have those Air Lift bags in their springs and care to comment on them.

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Old 07 Dec 2015, 03:25 pm
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LOL I am very busy and do many forums and response on the fly. And the only thing I see is resent responses not all the day responses. So I saw this last night and today it was gone until you responded again.


The air bags are to support a load not to raise the rear.

You can also use them to help increase the rear stability or anti-sway if you run separate dedicated hoses to each.

I have used them with a stand alone pump and gauge. This is also the system I will be using on the PT Cruiser when I get around to doing the suspension project completion.

They are just simply a good easy to install support for coil springs.

maybe if you have a specific question that i did not cover?
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If you ever have a question that you want answered privately by someone, send a private message.

If you have a question that you want answered publicly by someone particular, then guess what? Post the thread question first and then send them a private message directing them with a link to the thread. This eliminates the mind reading and ESP issues. Don't get your hockey hot if everyone doesn't read every thread, everyday.
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LOL I am very busy and do many forums and response on the fly. And the only thing I see is resent responses not all the day responses. So I saw this last night and today it was gone until you responded again.


The air bags are to support a load not to raise the rear.

You can also use them to help increase the rear stability or anti-sway if you run separate dedicated hoses to each.

I have used them with a stand alone pump and gauge. This is also the system I will be using on the PT Cruiser when I get around to doing the suspension project completion.

They are just simply a good easy to install support for coil springs.

maybe if you have a specific question that i did not cover?
Thanks for the response, That was my thoughts also. I ran across them hunting bargains and saw where you had them and was curious if you had installed them yet and curious as how satisfied with them when used as they were intended to be used. My intentions were for load support also, guess i'll just have to take a chance on their quality and durability as that was my main concern.

Again thanks for the reply.

Wayne
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Old 07 Dec 2015, 05:24 pm
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I have used and sold these for years. If you follow the installation and the cautions they will give you years of good service.

Pay attention to the maximum air pressure. That little bit can really surprise you.

They need very little servicing other then washing them off once in a while.

The installation takes about 30 seconds after you have removed the coil from the car.





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I have used and sold these for years. If you follow the installation and the cautions they will give you years of good service.

Pay attention to the maximum air pressure. That little bit can really surprise you.

They need very little servicing other then washing them off once in a while.

The installation takes about 30 seconds after you have removed the coil from the car.





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