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I like it. I come from the bagged scene myself, so I can appreciate a nicely done air-job.

Looks very nice.

 

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ge2...were you on the Ford Truck World Site??? That Navvy looks familiar...I came from that site also my handle over there was froglakeford. Sold the 150 and bought a jeep.

The bagged jeep looks nice and clean...not my thing, but I like it!

Tim
 

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Creepy-- yup, I am one of the old timers at FTW. Good to run into you over here!

I had the back and orange expy before the silver one.
 

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thanks for the feedback. i will post pictures of the set up soon. 1 tank and 2 compressors. Air Struts in the front and bags in the rear. Front,back, side to side, 4 corners, pancake, and other dont know. I just use front/rea up and down. LOL
 

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LUCKUAX2 you have air struts all around. Can i get pics of the rear set up. i need to take it back to my friend to redo the rear. Its bouncy from the rear. the front is great but ones a bump gets to the rear it bounces. Hit me up with pics. thanks
 

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oops thats my bad. I guess I didn't clarify or I thought I posted something on another thread earlier. I had a 97 Acura Cl that I had struts all the way around and it laid frame. I honestly hated the struts, if you were anything over 1/2 pressure (I think for me like 40 psi) it was like riding a Huffy. Bags are the way to go, smooth and rides like a caddilac its just not as fast or versitile.
 

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I had ART shockwaves in the rear of the expy and it was a great ride, supporting a lot of weight back there. They were fully adjustable at the strut. You might consider something like that to eliminate the bounce.
 

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I have a question about the rear light covers. Are they street legal and where do you get them?
 

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I'm making an assumption here, but I doubt they are covers at all. Like seen on my expedition (on page one of this thread) and my SRT8 Jeep, I just have them sprayed by my local body shop. You can do it yourself with a product called NightShades, but I have had great luck with experienced body shop folks spraying lenses.

On the SRT I did not leave the reverse light blocked out.... in hindsight I wish I would have, as done on the expedition and the commander in this thread.

 

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Any alteration of the taillight is ileagal in AZ, make sure you check with your local jursidiction before you spend the money. (most alterations violate some law).
 

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ge2, that is a sharp SRT8 ! Got any more pics ?
 

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