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Thread: AIir Ride vs. Air Bags?

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    caddybos10 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    AIir Ride vs. Air Bags?

    Hi - I just took shipment of a lowered 69 Deville - its a little too low and is scraping. I was wondering what options I have for getting some adjustable suspension in there? Any ideas of the costs and effort of air-ride vs. air bags?

    Thanks in advance.


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    caddybos10 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: AIir Ride vs. Air Bags?

    Also does anyone know any good classic car mechanics north of Boston?

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    scott9001 is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: AIir Ride vs. Air Bags?

    Air ride with accuair e level only way I would do it! I'm just making mine static for now but in the future when I have a bigger shop that's what will be done! How much drop do you have now get a picture posted

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    Classic L is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: AIir Ride vs. Air Bags?

    Hi CaddyBos10... I haven't been on the forums for a while, but hopefully this information is just in time for the good weather release party! Anyway, I live in Boss10. I don't know of mechanics north of the city, but there are some great places in the city, that would be well worth bringing your car in to check out. For suspension, you wanna go to Arcand aka Suspension Specialist. They've been around since horse and carriage days. For engine work, general knowledge or restoration you should come see Gately's Cadillac Restoration Garage. The owner is a long time CLC member and the place has been here over fifty years. Both places I mentioned you can find website on line for, if you wanna see what's up with them yourself. How far north of Boston are you? Good luck with that 69. I'll be looking out for you.

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    superjeep is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Re: AIir Ride vs. Air Bags?

    i don't have a shop(used to) but i do everything with 60s cads. i just did full air ride to my 68 sdv. reframed my 69,and did both drivetrains over. I'm just a little south of boston


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