Opinions on rear air shocks on a DD
This summer my suspension is getting torn out and I'm going to 4 link the back with JJs blah, blah. I'm looking through spring options and it's obviously between relocating the coils (involves moving buckets or mounting new ones) and outboarding the shocks, or coilovers.
I've seen discussions before that point out how coilovers have definite advantages on the road over air shocks when run on both axles but those were for people doing the front too, I would only put air shocks on the rear.
My idea is to run airshocks on outboarded towers that eliminates the need for coil buckets and so on. I know this isn't new territiry by any means but I couldn't find any info on the DDability of this. Does anyone have experience with how airshocks might handle on the road with a 4 link? There will be a sway bar on both axles (likely Antirock) and the front will be coil sprung.
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4 linked DD on coilovers