well hey thats awesome man! i learned something new today.. i support this mod all the way!The camber should go WAY Negative when I lower it down, Allowing it to tuck. If not then I'll just let it sit right above the tire. Still maximum low when parked
Never thought about that, I know people around here have many bagged vehicles... and most commercial trucks have bags, so do most buses, but I'm sure those are made of different grade rubber and such. I'll do more research on that part and see what I can find out.
From what I've been told those bags are pretty damn strong and built to withstand some abuse...
But more research never hurts. haha
Update: I did some searching around and I found that many people are saying all airbag kits are similar, let it be for trucks or for cars, only difference is size of the bags and pumps/tanks. And trucks put a hell of a lot more abuse on those bags, during all seasons and driving conditions. From what I've read the biggest problem people were getting in harsh winters was check valves freezing and things of that nature. Nothing really bag related. From what I can gather I shouldn't expect to see any problems with it cracking or blowing until years down the road after it has aged quite a bit...
Still it would suck to be driving, have it blow and just drag on the ground. haha