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post #4 of (permalink) Old Dec 9th, 09, 11:29 PM
TXCR13
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Re: Inexpensive wagon springs?

You might take a look at air bags for the rear coils. I will be using them with my 2" drop rears. I dont want to be doing additional spring changes if the look isn't right when I install the springs, so I plan to use the bags to raise it slightly if needed. Also may use them to add a little weight carrying capacity if I get a car full of people ever now and then. Don't want to be bottoming out.

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