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I bought my kit for my '62, 3 years ago and I'm finally getting around to installing it.
I was so impressed with how complete it the kit was, the customer service, the advice that was given, that I told my brother in law and bought a kit for his '01 impala ss. Ihave and do continue to recommend Air Assisted to anyone who asks where to by their air suspension products!
 

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Originally posted by bigjune62@Jan 15 2011, 02:18 AM~19602226
I bought my kit for my '62, 3 years ago and I'm finally getting around to installing it.
I was so impressed with how complete it the kit was, the customer service, the advice that was given, that I told my brother in law and bought a kit for his '01 impala ss. Ihave and do continue to recommend Air Assisted to anyone who asks where to by their air suspension products!
Well, sometime life gets the best of us, glad to hear you got it together. June, if you have any questions let me know. We still here even after the sale!
 

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Just bought some E.D.C stuff for my 68 projected,and I messed up on my order,and Kevin came throw and waved my fuckup.Thanks for the customer service Kevin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

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Man... all I gotta say is that, thanx to AAC I take my Olds from this...



To this...




Nice!!!

And they send me all the stuff from Canada all the way to Puerto Montt, Chile... c´mon... google earth my town :biggrin: :biggrin:
 

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slam specialties. REs vs. HEs pros and cons? i wanna run cylinders in the back with some RE7s HE7s or XS7s up front but im new to air any help?
 

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You can't go wrong with Slam product. HE is a crazy bag, no need for XS unless you are trying to hop crazy pressure.
X2 only diff. is material as far as i know.I got HE's all around
 

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i want to run 14" cylinders out back and ive heard they run high on psi toping out at like 500psi? im new to air so would i be running the bags up front off the same tank as the cylinders right? the HEs are rated at like 400psi and i dont want to be running close on nothin so i was thinking XS since they are rated at like 600psi. and yes im looking for some crazy hopping.
 

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i want to run 14" cylinders out back and ive heard they run high on psi toping out at like 500psi? im new to air so would i be running the bags up front off the same tank as the cylinders right? the HEs are rated at like 400psi and i dont want to be running close on nothin so i was thinking XS since they are rated at like 600psi. and yes im looking for some crazy hopping.
b.s on the 500 psi. 300 psi is the most I here???????
 

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AAC is the only place to fullfil your airbag needs. everything on my 63 is from AAC!! Best prices and customer service! Normally dont find those two attributes in the same company!













 
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