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I had these on my 95 Deville, but I bought them used. At the time I did it (2 1/2 years ago) they were about $500/pair and I think only 1 or 2 companies had them.

Where's the best place to go for them now? (not necessarily the cheapest)

I'm thinking of doing my 2000 DHS this spring :0
 

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universial air
 

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google........ universial air to find a distributor
 

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Originally posted by caranto@Aug 19 2005, 09:16 AM~3656208
google........ universial air to find a distributor
thanks for stating the obvious, but I was kinda hoping for first hand experiences not just a list of all retailers :cool:
 

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I never get love in the air forum anymore :tears:
 

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Try
www.tubularsuspensionsystems.com
They have stuts that have 7" of lift at the strut
They have a stainless steel insert on the upper plate so it will not wear out and leak
You also only need 40 psi to get 4" ride height
 

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Wow....... that site is crazy..... the struts look wicked..... Hope they stick around a long time.... universal has been around the block.... but those look real good :cool:
 

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UNIVERSAL AIR MAKES A REAL QUALITY STRUT BAGS WE SELL THEM AT KONNECTED KONCEPTS CALL 909483 0056 WE'LL HOOK U UP!
 

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you may want to try eai or the hack shack hack shack is the store eai is the distributor. i dont know if they have the strut bags but the have the air cylinders that pivot i heard that they are the best. we will be trying them on a 96 escort and would like any feed back on these struts
 
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