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    Default 1986 plymouth voyager

    universal air strut
    Hi, i would bag my wife S1 voyager, but i dont know if the universal strut bag gonna work, if someone have some experience or use universal air bag strut lmk. Thx.
    RIP Terence"Odjee slimtee" Roberts, we still rolling with you bro, we love you

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    I am not sure, but I don't know how it can be a universal strut kit, they don't make universal struts. I would look for something designed specifically for that make and model. Or hit up aac the forum sponsor and see what they say.
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    Throw that FWD van in the garbage and buy a Astro van if you really want to lift or bag a van.

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    A Universal Air Suspension Aero strut bag on a factory style strut will work. Or you could get a universal strut kit from Airlift and fabricate the mounts for that to work. It would depends on your skills and budget.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pirate85 View Post
    Hi, i would bag my wife S1 voyager, but i dont know if the universal strut bag gonna work, if someone have some experience or use universal air bag strut lmk. Thx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobLBC View Post
    Throw that FWD van in the garbage and buy a Astro van if you really want to lift or bag a van.
    This S1 was my best friend's van before he past, so i keep it until i die too.
    RIP Terence"Odjee slimtee" Roberts, we still rolling with you bro, we love you

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyccustomizer View Post
    A Universal Air Suspension Aero strut bag on a factory style strut will work. Or you could get a universal strut kit from Airlift and fabricate the mounts for that to work. It would depends on your skills and budget.
    Ok thx, that what i was thinking aero strut bag, but you just put it like this or need some brackets ? Maybe you got some experience or some people have something comparable ?
    RIP Terence"Odjee slimtee" Roberts, we still rolling with you bro, we love you

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    Something like this will work on the front for sure
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Air-Bag-Susp...item2ef5b51dbc
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    I see. The strut goes thru the bag. Learn something new everyday!
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    there are lots of strut based cars that get bagged, take a look at the VW crowd

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