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Old 04-27-2013, 03:36 PM   #1
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Anyone on Bags

Or know anyone that has there stang on bags??
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I got two...
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Nah jk bro. Here I found some online
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Nah jk bro. Here I found some online
Haha I'm thinking of doing it.. But not go that low at anytime.. Lol
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Not airbags on a mustang,
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Old 04-28-2013, 06:34 PM   #6
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Not airbags on a mustang,
My friend has them and the ride on them is amazing. I mean it's not like you'll really be able to see them anyways lol
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Yeah, I think bagging it makes it look like it needs Viagra to keep it up. I mean I like low, but not that low
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Yeah, I think bagging it makes it look like it needs Viagra to keep it up. I mean I like low, but not that low
Well I mean bagging it allows you to adjust ride height. You don't need to have it that low all the time. And I wouldn't want it that low either anyways. It's always gonna be at a decent ride height.
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Bagging is okay as long as you don't think you are gaining performance from it.

Bags will never replace springs as a performance upgrade in my mind.
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Old 04-28-2013, 07:12 PM   #10
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Bagging is okay as long as you don't think you are gaining performance from it.

Bags will never replace springs as a performance upgrade in my mind.
Oh I know I don't think I'm gonna do it anyways.. It's not like in ever gonna go that low anyways. I just heard the ride is amazing
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I'd bag mine and lay frame all day!
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I'd bag mine and lay frame all day!
Scraaaaaapeeeeeeeeeeeee..... On level ground
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if i could afford to buy bags i would be low as **** all day !!
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if i could afford to buy bags i would be low as **** all day !!
I know you would! Lol
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Bags are one of the smoothest suspension rides. With a decent compressor they look cool too. I have not seen any one who sells switches for our car in a few years.
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Bags are one of the smoothest suspension rides. With a decent compressor they look cool too. I have not seen any one who sells switches for our car in a few years.
Hmmm idk I'm really debating it
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Id get it that way you can lay frame in a parking lot and still be able to drive around normally
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Id get it that way you can lay frame in a parking lot and still be able to drive around normally
That's true :p
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Air ride suspension is one thing I wish I could afford
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+1 i think this is what im going to with my suspension
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Hmmm idk I'm really debating it
You can ask people who have bags. The ride is unbelievable. The only problem is, if you have a air problem your ride goes directly to the ground right there. That is the only disadvantage. My mini truck grounded while driving and it looked like the 4th of July getting across the bridge. Snapshot_2013429 (2).jpg Bad pick., the only way I can get a decent pic. with the size and resolution issues. You could imagine how hard it is to get a tow. Other than the one issue everything was great. It's like ridding on a water bead.
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You can ask people who have bags. The ride is unbelievable. The only problem is, if you have a air problem your ride goes directly to the ground right there. That is the only disadvantage. My mini truck grounded while driving and it looked like the 4th of July getting across the bridge. Snapshot_2013429 (2).jpg Bad pick., the only way I can get a decent pic. with the size and resolution issues. You could imagine how hard it is to get a tow. Other than the one issue everything was great. It's like ridding on a water bead.
Lol so that just means I'm going to have to spend a lot of money for the quality I'm going to need to not have that happen.. Lol
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Lol so that just means I'm going to have to spend a lot of money for the quality I'm going to need to not have that happen.. Lol
Just use a lot of tie straps on the lines. Put all the straps on the frame. My bag got a piece of glass in it. Just bad luck.
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Just use a lot of tie straps on the lines. Put all the straps on the frame. My bag got a piece of glass in it. Just bad luck.
Damn.. Ill have to cover it all with something
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I looked into air list. They're selling on eBay. Some go for $3,000.00 give or take. They're not cheap but love the option to adjust the height with the flick of a switch...anytime and anywhere. I think they take up a lot of trunk space and weigh a lot. Anyone attest to that?

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I looked into air list. They're selling on eBay. Some go for $3,000.00 give or take. They're not cheap but love the option to adjust the height with the flick of a switch...anytime and anywhere. I think they take up a lot of trunk space and weigh a lot. Anyone attest to that?
I misspelled air lift.
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I looked into air list. They're selling on eBay. Some go for $3,000.00 give or take. They're not cheap but love the option to adjust the height with the flick of a switch...anytime and anywhere. I think they take up a lot of trunk space and weigh a lot. Anyone attest to that?

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I misspelled air lift.
I don't need trunk space.. And I don't mind weight. It's not like I'm gonna need to race anyways.
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