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Neither, sell it & buy another one to bag & have fun with. They worth too much $, might hurt the value.

And this is coming from someone who bagged a '57 Chevy...
 

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If you are worried about maintaining the value of the truck I would first suggest that you go with a high quality kit. You see alot of older cars and hot rods with air suspension these days. The key is the installation. A high quality Bolt-on kit requires very little modification and can easily be reversed and put back to stock. I would suggest the KP 6 link. They offer a good ride, great lift and bolt in. Keep the factory parts and you can always bolt them back in. With the exception of a notch it can all be put back.
Same goes with the front. A set of cups, or a lower plate and upper cup will bolt in as well. Art makes nice kits too, but they are pricey. When it comes to selling a vehicle with air I think a buyer would want someting they know will last and wont give problems.
 

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:biggrin: I HAVE TO MUCH INVESTED IN THE MOTOR TO SELL
WHATS THE ADRESSES SO I CAN LOOK AT THE KITS
 
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