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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ride not as smooth
No, The shocks should last longer than that.Did you have a better ride before.The liberty has a short wheelbase which makes it have bumpy rocking ride.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
Hi, yes, I have replaced the air-suspension on a personal towncar sedan I owned with coils and I can say the ride was rough, you can use softer tires and a lower psi in tire to make the ride a little bit smoother, noisy because the rear axle was not designed for a coil to rest on it, so the coils "rub" on the axle when traveling over bumps, and the shocks should be replaced with new heavy-duty but soft type. If it's just the driver and a few passengers, this conversion will work, if you don't mind a rougher ride. BUT if your towing anything or have the trunk and passenger area loaded, the rear will sink, but most likely the tires will not touch the wheel well unless your towing a boat or camper or hit a big hole on the road.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
SOURCE: Bottoming out rides rough.
bottoming out usually means rear air shocks have gone out or if in the front bad struts ,is the air pump coming on should here it when you start car and put weight in the rear
Posted on Feb 09, 2011
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