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Air Bags for a 65 Buick

 
EYEDIGIT EYEDIGIT
New User | Posts: 2 | Joined: 09/07
Posted: 09/26/07
11:40 AM

Who makes a air ride system for a 1965 Buick Wildcat Confused I see that PHR did the Buick Airwagon but I did not see what they used?
Would I use the same as he 65 Impala? I have coils on all four corners.The other thought was just getting lowering springs?  

icenhammer icenhammer
New User | Posts: 1 | Joined: 02/08
Posted: 02/28/08
02:55 PM

Check out www.ridetech.com.  That is Air Ride Technologies website.  

Burtreyn0lds Burtreyn0lds
User | Posts: 89 | Joined: 09/06
Posted: 03/03/08
05:52 PM

You should be able to shoehorn something under the Buick, but I would definetly check with the company you buy it from and consult a profesional, to see how much work it will take.  

roughneck.2009 roughneck.2009
New User | Posts: 4 | Joined: 09/09
Posted: 09/22/09
10:39 PM

Air shocks are readily available at any parts store or website. They also provide an awesome ride! Actually feels like you are floating on air. I have found the best set up is air shocks in the back, with heavy duty coil over shocks in front. You can then level the car or give it "the stance" just by filling up the rear shocks or letting some air out. Yes you can get a compressor and do that! But I am just a roughneck who likes going fast on gravel or through snow without draggin my gas tank on the ground.  
1970 Buick Wildcat