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Old 09-15-2012, 05:47 PM
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07 up rear strut conversion.

Looking for latest info on air ride swap. I know about strutmasters and suncore, they sell a four corner set. My question is whether a standard suspension assembky, like monroe easy strut is a direct bolt on option?
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I am looking for answers to this question as well. Not trying to stir the pot but I have noticed the older Expedition (pre '07) forum moves lots faster. Granted the vehicles may be different but maybe get some insight on vendors and kits from some of the guys there who have done the swap on theirs.
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