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    raise and lower
    what can i do so that when i raise or lower the car the pressure isnt so high that it damn near throws me out of the roof of the car? how can I get that nice slow and easy up and down that I see on cars on tv shows?

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    First off, need more info. Sounds like you are running 1/2 inch line. Go smaller. Small line slow fill. Big line fast fill.
    Slow and low is a way of life.

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    you could be right. do you mean I will need to change every line in my entire air ride system? Man that would be a huge undertaking, plus expensive since I doubt that I could do it myself.

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    inline slow downs MAIN PIC 2.jpgin line slow downs will fix that problem $15 each no need to change all your airlines
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    Hit me up for your Air Suspension needs
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    What he said
    Slow and low is a way of life.

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    i wish i had that problem. "switches are too hot for me". take some batteries out. run it on less voltage

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    Quote Originally Posted by on1 View Post
    i wish i had that problem. "switches are too hot for me". take some batteries out. run it on less voltage
    Bagged car, not juiced. Voltage don't affect air.
    Slow and low is a way of life.

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    Thanks for the responses! I have been sick and just now going to try to correct my air ride problems. Where is the best place online
    to buy the in-line slow downs?

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    Plus, forgot to ask, do i need 4 in-line slow downs? one at each corner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Plus, forgot to ask, do i need 4 in-line slow downs? one at each corner?
    I believe you would need 4. To control each line. Check ebay for them slowdowns.
    Slow and low is a way of life.

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    I have the slow downs for sale 40 buck for 4 I can do paypal
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