EMS Construction wrote:
Oh my lord baby jesus! is that a 1969 two door chevelle?
gotta get me one of those....after i get a monkey of course
ronb wrote: I have an '69 SS396 in storage in Nor Cal:
ronb wrote:it's a tank -- We were the 2nd owners, bought it in '82. I haven't driven it for maybe 10 years?!
vinceau911 wrote:Looks like I'll be setting up a air ride system too. How much air pressure is being run in front/rear. Do you have a rule of thumb? I assume that the front would be heavier than the rear. But then the H1's seem to have the drivetrain tucked behind the front wheels, transmission and Tcase in the center. I'm not that familiar with the weight distribution.
paulg wrote:Just curious as to how the airbags have held up and it you have run into any issues???
also what brand and model airbags are you using??? seems like the highest wieght rating i can find in a compact double convolute is the AirLift D2600 which has a weight rating of bout 3000lbs and a max unrestricted pressure of 600psi...
ronb wrote:I'm sure they will continue to do fine unless they are physically damaged/punctured.
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