Dear Welder Series…
Hi Paul, i have a 56 chevy wagon and know for a fact that because the location of the fuel tank the only way i can place a 4 link in the car is putting the bags in front of the axle. Can i modify this kit to do it and work properly?
The bags will work ahead or behind the axle, but it might be tricky modifying the standard air bag 4-link kit to do this.
Our Rear Four Link Package Kit could be used and the axle bracket could mount the shocks instead of coil-overs. We could produce an air bag bracket that would come off the front of the axle tube, tangent to the top of the tube. This still leaves an issue with Panhard clearance, but you could consider a diagonal locater from the front lower bar bracket to the opposite axle bracket.
I hope these thoughts prime your imagination. Thanks for looking at Welder Series parts.
What we were finding in the '32 is that just because the pressure in the bags was 50 psi, didn't mean the car was sitting where we thought it was. Enter the ride height gauge.
Can I put air ride on your triangulated four link kit?
Hi there, just wondering if you make a specific rear 4 link kit, set up for air bags, for a '57 gmc long box. I'm also not sure which way to go on the triangulated or parallel scenario.
Here's a tip for controlling your rate of decline, allowing you to fine-tune the ride.
I'm looking at your mustang II crossmember kit, and I'm
wondering if it would be appropriate for a 54 Chevy that I
want to bag and have lay on the ground.
Yaril (tylerdurben on the H.A.M.B.) is working on his second truck in this series, and called us for the rear four link, panhard kit, and some air bag brackets.
In all the info on the web I have not seen your IFS used with air bags. Has this ever been done?