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Old 08-18-2013, 08:37 AM
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Carli suspension air bag pics

Does any one have pics of the air bags installed ?
And will they fit with 5" exhaust?


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I'd like to see some as well!!
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any body?

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I couldn't find any pics of them installed on a Ford although here is link to the instructions that show some pics: http://www.carlisuspension.com/Instr...LTB-05(08).pdf

As far as fitment with aftermarket exhausts that will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer as each on may route things a different way. They are designed to clear the factory 6.7 exhaust.
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Let me see what I can find! As for 5" exhaust, we only guarantee fitment with factory exhaust. Heck, some customers have told me that 4" exhausts need modification. Not undoable, just a bit of exhaust work to make it clear! I'll find some pictures but doubt I have anything with aftermarket exhaust.
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Here's what i found on our server, not much help lol:








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Thanks guys. I've just added a 90gal aux. fuel tank and started thinking more and more about adding bags. I've roughly figured the tank and fuel is weighing approx. 750#. With the tank in front of the axle the sag isn't bad, but there is some. I will look at exhaust configurations and see what I can come up with to make the bags work. I see no way the bags would work with the 5" MBRP (DPF back) pipe I have now.


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