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    Default Air Spring Conversion Kit

    As you all know ive been having problems with my air suspension and come to find out the bags were leaking air! So I found a air spring to regular spring conversion kit for my 92 GMLS. But I also found replacement bags at the same site for $200 with solenoids. The bags and kit are manufactued by Arnott INC. The question is... Should I go ahead and convert the air springs to regular or should I just replace the air springs?
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    I was hopping to swao to air springs in the future, I love the ride and the adjustability.

    I'd replace your existing system man. Keep the floating boat!

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    If you want the same ride quality I would get the bags but if you want alittle better handling get the springs a shocks.
    2000 Mustang GT "Blondie", 2000 CVPI "Sargent Crusty"

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    I prefer my standard springs for simplicity, but air springs are pretty cool.
    -Michael


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    I wouldn't give up my air ride. (In my case I'd lose my side exhaust in a minute without it...lol)

    I enjoy being able to carry every tool I own and a car load of people without worring about driveways and speed bumps

    Ray
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    Engine/Tranny: 49k miles and bone stock....for now


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