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Old 12-23-2005, 10:48 AM   #1
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How much and is there anybody fairly close by that can bag my suspension???? I've wanted to do this for a while but don't know what I'm looking for???
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How much and is there anybody fairly close by that can bag my suspension???? I've wanted to do this for a while but don't know what I'm looking for???

PM gameover,he can give ya all the info you need for a bag system. He had bags on his dearly departed.
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Oh I can tell you how much it would cost to bag your car...



about 100 dollars. All you have to do is fill the trunk and the interior with cement. However your handling and mpg may suffer...

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Oh I can tell you how much it would cost to bag your car...



about 100 dollars. All you have to do is fill the trunk and the interior with cement. However your handling and mpg may suffer...

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Technical you say? Okay how about this, take out the springs. That would be bagged however the car may struggle to move or turn...

Just kidding, I don't know anyone local because I'm not even local so just hang tight and wait for God to come. (that'* usually BIllboost37 or willwren or that other boss)

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IIRC Gameover still has the airbags setup for sale.
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Enjoy your trans while it lasts. His bags upset his drivetrain geometry and killed two transmissions.

I'm sure you'll get a smokin' deal.
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I would think though that you could bring it back up to ride hight while driving? that shouldn't bother the trans right?
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I would think though that you could bring it back up to ride hight while driving? that shouldn't bother the trans right?
if you did that everytime and only lowered it while park, that would save the trans
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I would think though that you could bring it back up to ride hight while driving? that shouldn't bother the trans right?
Then what'* the point? And what stress is applied to the drive axles and yokes when it'* going up and down?
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