Looks good, one of my fav colors next to Black!
If you cannot find an air ride compressor, you know you could always get the conversion kit from Monroe, that would give you a schrader valve that you could manually add air to, or remove air from the struts.
Yeah, i was gonna go that route because i have extra hoses and valves from installing and removing em off friends cars.. I pulled off the compressor tried to giv it a couple squirts of lube to see if it would work.. It runs just not producing or pushing out air...
But im in luck, i rememberd my brother girlfriend has a lesebre i disabled the air ride on and installed a conversion kit they orderd.. I plan to pull it off of their.. Just hope it still works its been about a year
The conversion kits should not require too much attention, as long as the strut airbags are in good condition, and not leaking.
You would see what your ride height is listed in the rear as in your vehicle ride height specs, then fill them till it is close to what the specs say.
You should only have to add more air if you have to haul something really heavy in the trunk.
Or remove air if you have something heavy in it now, and have to remove it later.
I am wondering if a new aftermarket compressor could be added with a manual switch.
I've got the new Delco shocks & lately I'm not happy with the leveling at all.
Mind you I got a ton of gear in the trunk, but still pump it up!
Was sunny finally on Fri, got this shot of the PA.
Both in real life & the PA is suffering from rear end sag LOL..