|12-03-2012 06:06 AM|
I got my controls from a shop in Ohio at a real good price. it's a Air Lift, very happy with it. PM me and I'll give you the name of the shop. Can't list it here. My Ply has stock rear springs under it with a Ford 9" and a original M11 in front. I ran air just in the rear of the Buick so I could drop at shows and have a real tail dragger. I drive it at ride highth most of the time.
|12-02-2012 12:03 PM|
|12-02-2012 11:39 AM|
Choppy may not be the word I'm looking for. I have air springs under mine, I don't know how shockwaves ride. I'm pleased with the ride but after riding in my 34 Ply (that rides like a caddy) it seems a little stiff. I've rode in a lot worse. When I get my air presser set just right it smooths right out. By all means go with air, I might put it under my Ply just get the right ride hight. I have air shocks now.
|12-02-2012 07:19 AM|
|11-28-2012 06:52 PM|
|advanced design||We put a triangulated 4 link under my 1947 Chevy truck and it rode fine on air bags.|
|11-28-2012 02:18 PM|
I put a 4 bar under my 41 Buick Kustom and I don't mind the ride a bit. It's a little choppy but that's because of my air springs. There's a sweet spot that takes that away too.
|11-28-2012 02:14 PM|
I'm willing to bet YOU have first hand exp. of this.
g.m. cars cutlass/regal/caprice/impala/monty carlo/chevelle/gto/lemans/t37/tempest/etc all used it..
the ford grand mark and crown vic up untill they killed of the boxy one..(early 90's)
fox body mustangs/lsc/farmont/t-bird
all have the triangled 4 link
|11-28-2012 02:02 PM|
4 link rear
Been pondering putting a triangulated 4 link with coilovers under my 48 chevy p/u. I mentioned this to a car builder buddy of mine and he said it would be a mistake because the ride would be terrible. I've always heard the ride would be improved using this setup. I'm sure there's someone out there that can tell me their first-hand experience with this. Thank you