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I dont know much about air compressors but I have a 1977 Bricklin (had hydrolic doors changed them to air) driven by a pump off of engine pully. (won't keep up). I thought that a small compressor off the battery might be better. Each door weighs about 90 pounds and I do have atank in the rear bumper. I also wonder if the lines might leak, they are old. Is there anyone in Seattle that could take a look at this problem? Thanks Loren
 

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Do you have any pics, does the air hold it closed or assist with opening.

Why not just put a little shock like hatchback cars have.
 

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Pretty soon someone will build a car that does everything on its own. TRANSFORMER STYLE!
 

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Hey Mr. Loren, why are you asking the Hydraulics guys. :dunno:

We can't read your mind, if you don't clarify your question we can't help.

If your just looking for a shop in the area to do everything, I'm not much help because I do it myself for fun. And theres a lot of good expertise here for that, like Joe's got a kinds of different size pnumatic rams.

But there's a custom shop in Puyallup. And there has to be some shops in Seattle. Theres one in Bellview, I know a Cutty or two done up with Hydraulics but they probably do air. Search for custom auto shops in the area. I can't remember there names thou.
 
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