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That ad is misleading.

Those in the listing are to convert air suspension to non air suspension!!!

They are NOT air shocks... or for ANY Lincoln air ride suspension.

Look at the bellows. It's just a rubber boot to cover the shock rod. Do you see any air lines, nipples, or air fittings???

If anything... they are to convert air ride Lincolns to non air ride. So it should be obvious that these cheap ass coilover shocks will make the LS ride like shit!!!

Give it up!!! This should have been dead a looonnnggg time ago!!!
 

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Even if you found "bags" to fit inside the the LS springs (keep in mind the front and rear springs are a different diameter)... you would still need a compressor and level sensors. Without a module to keep everything monitored (and a wiring harness to go with it) ... it would never "integrate" fully with the LS.
 

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Read this link!


It says right in the advertisement... "you can convert your air suspension to use passive shocks and coil springs"

Give it up! The horse is dead!!!
 

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I had a Lincoln Mark 7 that had the rear air bags leak. Every time I would park the car the rear end would droop down like a dog dragging is hind end along the carpet. I finally replaced the rears. It road like on pillows!
 

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