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Old October 29th, 2015, 08:49 AM
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I wish people would stop slamming the EAS. It is NOT troublesome, and the ride is unsurpassed. Not having it is a detriment in my opinion.
It is more troublesome than springs, but not by a ton. And yes...agreed. The ride is amazing with air
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Old October 30th, 2015, 11:07 AM
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It is more troublesome than springs, but not by a ton. And yes...agreed. The ride is amazing with air


+1 on that comment...it is more troublesome compared to springs. The coil ride is less than great compared to the air ride. I converted my '95 over to coils a few years ago...would still make the same decision on that truck because there are lots of moving parts on these original EAS systems and you have to be good with a wrench, patient, or find a shop still willing to service them. My '05 L322 EAS gives fits ever so often but way more stable than the early systems.


What I wish more people would do is:
"Air springs converted to coils HOWEVER all original EAS equipment is still intact and original air spring mounts will ship with the truck"
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Old October 30th, 2015, 11:54 AM
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+1 on that comment...it is more troublesome compared to springs. The coil ride is less than great compared to the air ride. I converted my '95 over to coils a few years ago...would still make the same decision on that truck because there are lots of moving parts on these original EAS systems and you have to be good with a wrench, patient, or find a shop still willing to service them. My '05 L322 EAS gives fits ever so often but way more stable than the early systems.


What I wish more people would do is:
"Air springs converted to coils HOWEVER all original EAS equipment is still intact and original air spring mounts will ship with the truck"
I did keep my EAS bits on my '95, but I may be going back to EAS sooner than planned.

GLWS, very nice truck, all things considered...
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