yea this is going to get interesting.
I cant use the rebel front hoops because the shocks will sit too far back. These bags are 6" dia. Thats as wide as the stock spring so the only place i know they will work for sure is in the same location. Although before i start cutting it up i will use a forklift to flex it out to the max and take some read measurments.
I will need to cut out the whole spring bucket and shock tower for this. Plus relocate the washer bottle. Im going to put that in the rear next to my fire suppressant system (cant remember who make that).
I have already made room on the other side with my custom air box over my SC filter and cutting back the plastic under the brake controller. Its all sturdy and been driving with that for a year now. I can bring any bracket i build up to at leas tthe height of the stock shock tower with maybe another inch to spare.
As for that link, yes that is the kit im using as my base, i already have it (im going to have to get rid of the radflo shocks and air bags, never used). I have the york compressor already installed.
Being RHD and already installed with the RIPP SC, relocated PS fluid res. Dual battery, SPOD and a skinned goat under my hood i am pushing shit up hill for room.
The airock control system and res. will be installed in an enlarged rear tub which means splicing in longer wires for the airock sensors. I feel it will perform better being out of the heat of the engine bay anyhow.
I wont start building for another few months since im taking my kid out to the desert shortly to catch some reptiles and scorps, after that i get my plasma cutter i will get to work again.
As for bags, i got the second pair (got my first direct) through Ben at Filthy motor sports as his a King dealer, when i inquired about getting the coilovers and if he could recommend settings he was pretty interested and became a dealer for Universal Air. He fit the second set of bags to the coilovers for me since you need to pull the top cap off the shock top get these bags on. Pain in the ass.
Anyhow, link: http://www.filthymotorsports.com/Air...irovercoil.htm