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Old 11-20-2014, 02:45 PM   #1
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Thoughts on Air Suspension

Thinking of going this route still not sure though. Might go Airrex with their box setup. Thoughts? What are the pros and cons?
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Old 11-30-2014, 12:36 AM   #2
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Will a panhard bar, LCA's and UCA still be needed if I went with an air setup?
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Old 11-30-2014, 01:18 AM   #3
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For your normal stance yes. You won't be driving around with it slammed to the floor, so have a setting where you drive around normally and that is where your PHB and UCA will be set at, then when you are stationary lay the frame and you will be fine since you aren't moving.


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Look at Airlift, and let us know if we can help you out. We're a master dealer for them
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And it looks sweet
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Look at Airlift, and let us know if we can help you out. We're a master dealer for them
Thanks, do you guys have a preferred installer here in the San Francisco bay area? That's my main concern.
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Thanks, do you guys have a preferred installer here in the San Francisco bay area? That's my main concern.
If you have a garage you could install yourself, its fairly easy just time consuming.
As far as an installer on the West Coast, I don't know of one.
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Sorry I know it's an old thread. Really looking to go this route now. There's a dealer I know that is doing free installs right now till next month.

What's yall opinion on AirRex air suspension.
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Would it be okay for daily driving or strictly show only?
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Would it be okay for daily driving or strictly show only?

Bags should be fine for daily driving.
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What would be the best company to go with. Anybody have a preference or suggest a certain company?
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I have airlift performance it is a great kit and everything you will need to install is there. It has 30 way adjustment struts and shocks and no springs. Don't know what your plans are for car but this setup will cover everything. Cost a little high you do get a lot for money and not hard to install but like jayman said it takes time. Looks GREAT slammed. LOL
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I have airlift performance it is a great kit and everything you will need to install is there. It has 30 way adjustment struts and shocks and no springs. Don't know what your plans are for car but this setup will cover everything. Cost a little high you do get a lot for money and not hard to install but like jayman said it takes time. Looks GREAT slammed. LOL
I've been looking into the Airlift performance kit. I need to find a reputable shop here in the Bay Area to get it installed. I found one but I'm pretty sure they only deal with Airrex air suspension.
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There stuff looks fine I didn't see a kit for mustang. Talk to jayman here he sells them. Airlift made and test there kits for mustang have seen that car in person more then once. Good Luck!!!
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