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    gonna be installing air ride within the next 2 months hopeully was wondering if you guys wouldnt mind posting some pics of your trunk air management setups that i can use for inspiration.

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    my van is all under the car
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    Hi FreshLikeSushi. I have a problem in my van. Could you help me?

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    sick! I want air rides

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    By Drew Dorbritz


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    Quote Originally Posted by f_399 View Post
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    looks ina pretty much decent condition. you have maintained your parts very nicely great work man
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    Here is mine:

    You can kind of see the tank in the above pic.



    Management: I made a little bracket that bolts to the floor and holds up the switchbox controller:

    Here you can see it slowly getting tucked back away:

    And I have one of these in the dash. Dakota Digital Air gauge:


    The goal with my system was to have the least amount of additions inside the car. It's a scion xB. There's not much room to begin with.

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    i did hte same on my van. when i get it on a lift ill throw some pics

    might wanna mount that tank how it shoudl be though. that way you can drain it easilly. even with those traps, you still get water in here
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    Yeah, I'm replacing the tank this summer sometime. I can't mount it the correct way as it hangs too low. After I put my new rear bag brackets on, I will be dragging tank...so I gotta rework the setup.

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    still have to clean it up a bit


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    Quote Originally Posted by phillygs3 View Post
    still have to clean it up a bit

    Can't wait to see the new stance Bobby! We'll have to do a Liberty VIP feature on Canibeat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave@canibeat.com View Post
    Can't wait to see the new stance Bobby! We'll have to do a Liberty VIP feature on Canibeat!
    We should be ready by spring Dave

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    Here's mine i'm gonna change it up a bit but this is it until spring.

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    Nice lol.... clean up your setup and get you some space back there!

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    My current mess. The wires are all tucked under the wood and the mess at the back is just extra wiring that I never shortened and cleaned up. Meant to redo the setup with a nice false floor but never got around to it this year. I have some plans for it though





    A few of my friends, all rocking some incredibly clean hardline setups. All done by my friend Greg (Swoops on Vortex) and his car is in the January issue of PVW

    His setup, tucked under a false floor


    Casey's MK2 GTI


    Leah's 20th


    Ryanmiller's new setup for his TDI Jetta (going under a false floor)


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    Wow! Those look awesome. Are the only hardline on the inside then go to normal line on the outside of the car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crxgames View Post
    Wow! Those look awesome. Are the only hardline on the inside then go to normal line on the outside of the car?
    Yup. Swoops' brother has a MK3 Jetta with hardlines run through the entire car, no regular air lines on the car


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kielan View Post
    Oh FUCK YES, 6-10 inches for me this weekend. FUCK YES!

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    not the best, but it did the job. install i did on my thunderbird.

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    i love ryanmillers jetta. that setup is so incredible!!!!! how did he figure out how to set up the hardlines so perfectly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by e.shell View Post
    i love ryanmillers jetta. that setup is so incredible!!!!! how did he figure out how to set up the hardlines so perfectly?
    Swoops is really good with that pipe bender and both he and Miller have gotten very good at pretty management setups


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kielan View Post
    Oh FUCK YES, 6-10 inches for me this weekend. FUCK YES!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aar0n. View Post
    Swoops is really good with that pipe bender and both he and Miller have gotten very good at pretty management setups
    swoops does such amazing work with hardlines, his engine bay is dopeeee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tropicana View Post


    Ooo That pinstriping

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    I need to buy an impact wrench, I added a schrader valve to my tank too. Those hardlines are hard, I am going to do steel braided colored lines in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omarsxb951 View Post
    I need to buy an impact wrench, I added a schrader valve to my tank too. Those hardlines are hard, I am going to do steel braided colored lines in the future.
    Where are you finding the steal braded lines?

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