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    Default 60 chevy air ride

    So I've only every done air bags on one other car before, my 48 plymouth. And it was a shit load of work. Took months to do with all the fab work and welding, notching, etc. But once it came down to wiring and plumbing everything it was easy.

    I'm about to do my 60 bel air and it looks WAY easier from what I've seen in these forums. Having done bags before, is it realistic to think I can get everything done in 2 days?

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    Is it an x frame car? And is it a bolt in application? my x frame was pretty much bolt in. Little grinding and weld the shock relocator. 2 days, that's a tight time frame to get it complete.
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    yeah it's bolt on stuff and an x frame car. I'm gonna try to do it in 2 days, we'll see. I think I can do it. just waiting on some fittings for the bags. someone on here said they can do it in 6 hours on an x frame car

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    Damn. That's some hustle. It's not that hard on a x frame. I had never done it before so it took me a minute. As long as you have everything thought out and all the parts there. You should be able to do it.

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    Well I've been at it 2 days in my free time and got the rear bags done and tank and compressors and everything mounted and wired. So I got close! Haha

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    Good going. The fronts are a bit more work. Should be able to bang them out in a day or so.
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    Can u post pics of urgency set up I'm planning on bagging my 60 also but I don't know where to start as far as air systems and labor thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by EXLCR View Post
    Can u post pics of urgency set up I'm planning on bagging my 60 also but I don't know where to start as far as air systems and labor thanks
    Hey man just saw this sorry. I'll get some pics for you if you still need em

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    Quote Originally Posted by BareBones48 View Post
    Hey man just saw this sorry. I'll get some pics for you if you still need em
    Sure

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