Originally Posted by lash
JR, when you mentioned the line adapt kit for the rear air shocks (for $5), what did that include? Just a mount, a valve and a short hose? Are these the type that you fill under the wheel well? Curious.
Lash.... Pics for you...
I hope I am not hijacking this thread...
The Line kit to adapt air struts to non air suspension..
The actually Air strut I used... Monroe Matic Plus Air Strut
Thr Air strut installed on the car... Notice the wire loom covering the Air line..
The drivers rear strut tower, and the location where I drilled the hole for the line to come through... I wanted as little of the air linr on the outside of the car as possible... After I drilled the hole I sealed the rubber gromet with silicone Black... I think I seald both sides to prevent any leaks or water penetration..
Passenger side strut tower..
Here is the T fitting for the air lines... About 1 year ago I drilled a hole and located the T into the plastic cover you see to the right... All you see now is a short Valve for the fitting..
Its been 2.5 years on these air struts, and so far they are the best struts I have used.. I'll be more than happy to install a set on my 91 LE.. These strust beat the Gabrielle VST struts I had hands down... The Gaberilles failed in a hurry, and sucked from the begining.. Did I mention I like Moroe struts?
Hope that helps answer some questions as to what i did as far as mt air struts were concerned
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