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    Air ride info needed.

    I'm looking to fit air suspension on my f100 van. It's running a jaguar front suspension. Have anyone done this before? Also who supplies this sort of equipment? All replies appreciated.
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    Did a full setup on Jonnies 95 sl Mercedes last summer. He bought the stuff. I can get the details. He went high(ish) end with a fancy controller with presets and all kinds of cleverness. Works wonderfully! I say highend, but that's not overly expensive.

    Having had simple hydraulics on the front of Alis 37 where you had no real idea of where it was set, so had the occasional scrape, the air stuff was a breath of fresh air ( sorry about that!).

    With just a front end you shouldn't need too big of a tank and will get away with a single pump.

    Chris

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    Update. He used Airlift Performance. Looks like the start point was a 27680 kit.

    Bags, pump, tank and assorted fittings purchased separately. I don't think any of these additional bits were particularly costly in their own right but I'm sure they totted up!

    Chris


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    Hi

    Airlift performance is the way to go for the management go with 3p or 3h

    The bags I'm not sure if they do specific for your needs but a company like plush automotive, car audio security or the install company could make this work and make the bits needed



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    Try ray at rayvern hydraulics..

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