Originally Posted by cellulararrest
Yeah it's Art's old truck. It's fantastic. I believe pretty much everything is still intact for the EAS except for the bags. It has OME's in it now and I really don't like the ride very much. I've been toying with putting the EAS back in. Once you get your head around the system it really seems pretty straightforward to diagnose and keep maintained. Especially with the Arnott springs.
So that's where it went! I was thinking hard about that one, but I wasn't quite ready to get rid of the MkIII yet. Then, I just missed the supercharged one he sold recently. The one I ended up with is a beauty, but it's got a bit of corrosion.
Anyway, mine had the Arnott bags and Bilstein shocks on it when I got it. However, none of the ride heights had been adjusted (still at stock). I think that if you go with the Arnott bags, raising heights is a requirement. At speed (on the freeway), I'd occasionally bottom out if I hit a big bump. I've seen others complain about this as well. Once I adjusted all of profiles upwards, no more bottoming out.
Once you read about the system and play with EASUnlock, you'll have the confidence needed to maintain it. I've attached a document I found on the web when I was researching. It might be useful.