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Old 01-10-2006, 08:00 PM
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I have installed front and rear air bags and 3 gallon air tank on my 53 ford. does any one have any info on which comp. and air valves i should use? thanks for any info.

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Contact [url]www.ridetech.com, for all your needs, and tech answers, I have used their systems many times, excellent customer service, complete systems, parts, etc. Good Luck
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Paul Air Ride Tech is a great place to start. I installed air ride on my six six impala CLICK HERE I am very happy with their products and customer service.....

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3 gallons is a little small. The Viair 400 will be able to do that tank from 110-145psi in 60 seconds. That is a very good recovery time. Anything over 3 minutes gets a little annoying. Because you just have enough volume to lift the car once, im guessing play time isnt your biggest priority. You could go with manual paddle valves, or if you want electric the ride pro block is a nice set up. Do you want 2 way or 4 way control?

Give me a call at 1.866.FUK.NLOW and I can go over different options for you, and help figure out whats best for you.

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Thanks for the help i called www.alteredaltitudecustoms.com and they were very helpful.they told me the parts i needed and i orderd them today.
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Keep us updated and let me know how fast you got your stuff and what you think.

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my parts came today. great service and they are very helpful at www.alteredaltitudecustoms.com if any one installing air ride system on your car or truck check out their web site.
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