Question about 2002 Lincoln Navigator
If you mean as a substitute for the Air ride there are conversion kits. Just look in your Browser and search for terms like "Lincoln Air ride conversions", "Rear spring kits for Navigators", and so on.
There are also shocks with Booster springs which can increase load capacity.
In addition, several companies do repair the Rubber bags and you can get what you need from Salvage yards to put your ride back to original shape.
On some of the cars with Air ride, I believe it was $300 minimum for a conversion, for just the coiled shocks, I believe $120 a pair. Anything for a Lincoln Logo you will pay more and often. I have not used any of these kits, so I can not say how good they are or what the Install price is. The Web is the best place to price out these parts.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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