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Hello, first off my name is Nick from south jersey. I'm well versed in fab and offroad style 4-links. My new project though, I'm going the other way. That's why I'm here. Its a 87 F350 dually that I shortened the frame to a shortbed wheelbase. I know where I want to be, full air front and back. I'll keep the front twin I beam suspension but want to go 4-link out back. I found a kit that will make my life easier. I haven't found any reviews on the kit, but the company that sells it does not have the best reputation. I'd like to get other recommendations for a full kit and is it ok to state the kit I'm looking at to compare?
 

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Since their hasn't been a response, I'll just put it out there. I'm looking at the Air Bag It kit. I've seen a bunch of bad reviews about the company and customer service but no installs or vehicles actually running it. I plan to weld it all in so I don't think their warranty would help me anyway. I'm also going to be doing all my own valves and hardlines so again no issues there. Does anyone have experience with them or can you recommend a different company with a similar product/kit?
 

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Whatever you do, don't order from airbag it, there is a reason why their shit is so cheap. I'm not familiar with bagging trucks, but I order all my parts from Universalair.com or airassisted.com. Universal should have everything you need, quality parts that are not gonna fail couple of weeks after you install them. JMO.
 

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Got it. Thanks for the reply, It's kinda slow in here. I've been looking over on S10forum since they have some good info on bags, It's just not specific to my truck. Is there anywhere else I could look? That universalair link is one I haven't seen, thank you. As far as airbagit I wasn't sure if it was just poor customer service/warranty or if the actual steel and parts were junk. I'll just suck it up and build it. From what I saw in the pics online it looks like they tie the uppers into the diff. Is this a good idea? I also heard bag on bar gives a better ride. Is that true?
 
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