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I have started to put the airbags in my springs but when I was ready to start putting the air line on and run it to the bumper I noticed that it might melt because my exhaust tips run to the back bumper like on the Monte SS. Is there a way I can run these with out having to worry about them melting? Or is there a place I can put them without having to run them all the way to the back bumper maybe near the wheel well?
 

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I run mine out the bottom of the spring along the axle...attached to the top of the differential using one of the bolts and a rubber insulated clamp then over the gas tank to the back bumper...fabbed a little bracket for the valve that attaches via one of the bottom bumper bolts...
 

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Originally posted by Steve Wood:
thru the frame, along the bumper, remove two of the bumper reinforcement bolts and insert the valve stems thru the holes.
I have mine the same way. If works great, and sure beats crawling under the car every time I want to make any adjustments. Plus you'll get some strange looks from people wondering why you're putting air in your rear bumper!


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