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    i have a 1989 AHA lincoln stretch, it got an air valve under the rear, i normaly run it at about 90psi! is this correct?
    also over about a two week period it will lose pressure down to about 25psi! is this normal?

    ive had the system checked(not by a air proffesional)and been told there is no problem

    www.1stlincslimo.co.uk

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    Your car was built in Toronto (Bramalea)I am sending you AHA`s website,check with them directly.
    Best Regards
    Sandy
    Bramalea Limousine
    www.ahalimos.com

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Bramalea Limousine Service:
    Your car was built in Toronto (Bramalea)I am sending you AHA`s website,check with them directly.
    Best Regards
    Sandy
    Bramalea Limousine
    http://www.ahalimos.com<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    theres no e-mail contact on there site and i think a phone call from the uk could prove costly
    any got advice on air suspension please?

    www.1stlincslimo.co.uk

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    Oh dear smitstix, a phone call to the states is no big deal but if you go back to the site you will find that they have a fax number and you can send a lot of info down the line very cheaply by fax, no fax ? use the local library, they will have one........or try looking on the web for specialists on air suspension. By the way, the price of a call is nothing compared to the cost of shipping parts so I'll give you a tip, look in a mag called Top Marques where you will find specialists on Limo repair in the U.K.

    Hows That !

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    BUT there is an address,try snailmail

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