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Changing air to regular suspension
1991 Lincoln Continental

Changing air to regular suspension

(1991 Lincoln Continental)
I have air suspension in my 1991 Lincoln Continental now, which does not work. I would like to change this to regular suspension. Could you give me an estimate of that. Thanks
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on August 05, 2010
Hey ... I bought a conversion kit from Strutmasters.com... for about $400 you can get a kit to do the front and the rear of your car... My Lincoln was bad low. I called them after my wife hounded me for a month. I spent a lot of money on air parts and then she got mad and made me call them. I'm glad I did though because now my car is fixed and I don't have any more air to worry about.
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on August 05, 2010
Hey ... I bought a conversion kit from Strutmasters.com... for about $400 you can get a kit to do the front and the rear of your car... My Lincoln was bad low. I called them after my wife hounded me for a month. I spent a lot of money on air parts and then she got mad and made me call them. I'm glad I did though because now my car is fixed and I don't have any more air to worry about.
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on August 03, 2010
When changing over to a non air suspension it can be pricey. But check out Strutmasters.com. They have some great deals on kits! I love the bundle thing. I bought one for my DeVille a while back and have to admit I love it!

Save yourself money and check them out.
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