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fabric862
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fabric862 Feb 12, 5:45am - #397916 
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Where to buy air ride/air bagged system?

?
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tru_Asiatik_Pride
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tru_Asiatik_Pride Feb 12, 6:31am - #397917 

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secondly...why???? wtf
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fabric862
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fabric862 Feb 12, 6:39am - #397918 
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to bag the celi
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tru_Asiatik_Pride Feb 12, 6:41am - #397919 

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Originally Posted by fabric862
to bag the celi

uhhhh der spineyes

i get that and again i ask why???

rofl


eehhh different people different taste i guess rice
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InfernoSonoma Feb 14, 4:09pm - #397920 
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Stay away from AIM for the bag parts, trust me, there is a whole list of reasons not to go with them. I believe store.gaugemagazine.com sell kits for the celica. If they don't I can give you the number of a local guy around here (where i live) who can get that kind of stuff.

One thing to remember about bags is do not go cheap. There is so many different things that can go wrong with it that you don't want to ruin it all because you cheaped out on something. Use only DOT fittings and airline, use quality valves, and use a good bag and shock. I have a bagged truck so I know what all is involved in bags.
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SIK44 Feb 15, 4:37am - #397921 
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Ya and juss be prepared for a BUMPY ride at most times!
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InfernoSonoma Feb 23, 8:42pm - #397922 
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Ehh, you can do it without the bump..you HAVE to run shocks..
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