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    Default A few questions for the experts

    Hey guys, new to the forum and new to Chevrolet. I've always been a VW/Audi guy, but recently picked up a 63 Chevy Biscayne. Of course, i need to add bags to it.

    So any suggestions of what brand to buy and what to stay clear of would be great. I've had air lift bags on my audi and loved them. I am trying to stay under $1500 for the whole set up.

    Just doing some research and it looks like i need to either get a Y Bone or a Wishbone for my car. Is this necessary I'm only using airbags. Or is that just for if you're using hydraulics?

    And it also looks like i need to relocate my front shocks.(looks like that part is cheap with a couple brackets)

    Any help would be great! Thanks

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    Nobody?

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    I like slam specialties for bags, ENDO VT and E-Level. I currently run this setup with 2 480s. I'm looking to pull the viairs and replace with AZ OB2, two of em.

    You won't get this for 1500 though, but its worth the money IMO. All electronically controlled, self levelling, and able to be aligned and daily driven.

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    The Y Bar/Wishbone has to do with keeping the rearend straight when lifted, doesn't matter if it is bags or juice.

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