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Old 03-07-2009, 01:35 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Christ View Post
Wow, you guys are going hardcore on this...

Piwoslaw - Just use normal adjustable airshocks that will fit in your vehicle. Someone somewhere will be able to cross reference them for you.

I used to have adjustable air-struts on my first Honda (not for Fe reasons) and I just kept a 20lb CO2 tank in the trunk, the struts were hooked up to valve blocks with schrader valves in them.
Those don't allow any significant lowering do they? Stock springs will keep it up in the air.
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