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03-23-2006 12:44 PM
1Fast65Elky your airline is just routed for cleaness being with the rest of everything......

the airline goes into the side of the shock, where the threaded nub is....
pretty sure you put the cap on the airline, then the little chuck lookin thing goes on the airline, push the chuck lookin thing and airline in the inlet on the shock (threaded nub coming out) then screw down cap.
03-23-2006 11:56 AM
rrmike
air shocks

Hi everybody, I recently opted to buy new rear air shocks for my road runner, the old ones are shot! Anyways, Im going to attempt to put em on but i dont have the foggiest idea what to do with the air lines. Obviously the shocks bolt into where the old shocks were, but do the air lines go into something? I tried to trace them to a source but they dissapear into the fender and then combine intape with a bunch of wires going to the lights!? Mabey i shoulda got gas shocks but I was afraid that the reason air were on was possibly due to weak leaf springs. Does anyone have any input? Appreciated.
thanks-rrmike

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