After doing a search, several people mentioned running Airlift bags for stock springs with Hotchkis lowering springs. Well I have the two together, but I don't see how these bags will ever fit inside. They just seem way to tight. Am I doing something wrong or do I need different bags?
You need different bags. Measure the springs and call up airlift. If you look at the springs you will see they are about an inch shorter then the stock ones and about an inch thinner.
Measure them and call them up. You will need to return your bags to the dealer you bought them from. Airlift has like a 30-60 day no questions asked money back guarentee on them. So that is your best bet. Or sell the bags to someone else nearby that can use them with stock springs.
Well I called them and the guy seemed to be pretty unsure. I gave them the measurements and he said I need two things, part #60783 and #09447 which is a protector. I guess I'm going to give it a shot. He said he couldn't guarantee anything though.
Originally posted by 2Fasst: They'll fit. I've been running that combo for 2 years with no problems.
I don't know what kind of magic you used to fit them in, but they do not fit at all. When I had them inside the spring they were creased because of how much larger they are than the spring.
As far as the Kia Sedona bags, I did read the threads mentioning them, but there doesn't seem to be alot of info on them. The part number I was given by Airlift is listed for Buick/Izuzu/Lincoln/Nissan Car/SUV. I have to make a decision soon so I can ship the current ones back to Summit.