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lookin to get it to be able to go up to a 15 inch lift...what tanks and fittings would be good to get? i dont really know anything bout bags stuff but i wanna get like tha compressors and stuff...what size tanks and stuff would be good to use...look to use it fairly often and i want it to be able to go up quick...
 

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Sounds cool, but what are u going to do with the front? If its just a few inches you need, try the stuff guys use with trailers, you can get like 2 inches out of the rear.
 

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i would think something like 1/2" line and valves, 1 compressor and an 8 gallon tank with 2 triple bellow bags. heavy duty shit. Zuby has a friend (Brandon I think) that is four-linked and bagged out back.
 

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it's all fine and dandy but remember u are limited to how low u go due to tires. I thought it would be cool to air the rear down about 10" just so u can ride a quad or snowmobile right into the bed.
 

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any brands 2 look for?
 

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If hes wanted to get 15" of lift most the air bags that have been shown wont work for him. I would get some firestone sleeve bags they have about 17". Most semi trailer suppliers have them.
 

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ive seen a truck bagged in tha rear with those semi bags...he seems to like them alot and they seem more heavy duty
 

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tripple bellows are what my friends have and they are the bags i would use. Sleeves may give you more lift but I believe they look ugly.
 
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