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    thanks again, all and all best keep the air suspension. And plan or have spare parts for it.

    Is it hard to replace, does it take long ?

    thank you

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    Just had them replaced on a 120. Dealer wanted $600.00 for the bags and $200.00 labor, went to local parts store and got bags for $99.99 ea, same bags as a town car, dealer installed for the same $200.00. Half price for doing a little shopping.

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    Did you get the heavy duty bags for limos or just the sedan air bags?
    Quote Originally Posted by kartracer View Post
    Just had them replaced on a 120. Dealer wanted $600.00 for the bags and $200.00 labor, went to local parts store and got bags for $99.99 ea, same bags as a town car, dealer installed for the same $200.00. Half price for doing a little shopping.

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    I was told by a dealer on the web that the after market bags will work just fine, so that what we put.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kartracer View Post
    I was told by a dealer on the web that the after market bags will work just fine, so that what we put.
    If you put aftermarket bags for a sedan you should swap them out for aftermarket bags for a limo. The limo bags have an aluminum base instead of plastic and they have a higher burst rate.

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    Call Bill over at Suncore Industries he is the owner and he will set you straight about Airsprings. The aluminum base is the only thing different about the Limo Airspring, the bag itself is made from the exact same material as the plastic based models. When an airspring goes bad it usually has nothing to do with the base. 9 times out of 10 it is dry rot cracked or improperly mounted, or road debris tearing them open.
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