Rear Air Suspension
Consider converting to coil springs, Its easy. Part number for the coil springs is CS817, which you can get at Advanced Auto Parts, Autozone, and others.
able to get mine though local ford dealer in parts department. ask for gossett plates on frame, shows rear end parts
Well, before I changed the shocks, the rear stayed pumped up even after turning off ignition. Now they pump up when I start, they stay pumped up while driving, I dont think theres a leak because I would hear and feel it when the compressor is running. Only when I turn off the ignition do the bags deflate. I'm worried that the bags life will shorten due to the constant inflating/deflating
don't convert to shocks, bad idea unless no one ever sits in backseat or u never put anything heavy in trunk. Remember, springs don't level your car if u add weight to the back of car so your bumper can drag on street like a dog wiping his butt on your carpet.
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