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Old 08-08-2013, 06:10 PM
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Stops for air bags

Looking for suggestions on installing stops for air bags to avoid bottoming out or over inflating. This project i took over has air ride bags but no stops nd i have never dealt with air ride before, any help would be greatly appreciated

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Bump Stops for bottoming out....

Relief valves for over inflation...
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Here's an old pic of my '32 chassis, this bump stop is not very hard rubber, made by Vintique. You can see the attachment tabs on the top one and they can be trimmed if necessary. I've seen some urethane bump stops also but they are VERY hard, you'd think you had hit the frame.
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Thanks 327 nut, thats the response i was looking for, pic helps alot. Thx again
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