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Old March 12th, 2014, 06:00 AM   #1
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I have very little to offer when it comes to Viper tricks but I did come up with this to raise my 99. This little bag works great to lift the car just high enough to place a floor jack or a jack stand under the car.
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This is a Contitech air spring # AS7705 can be ordered at any truck parts supplier for around $130.00, not cheap but mine was free. I cut the mounting studs off and made up the hose and fitting. I place a small block of wood on top so I don't crush the fitting. Fire and rescue use a similar bag to raise rollover vehicles.
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This is a Contitech air spring # AS7705 can be ordered at any truck parts supplier for around $130.00, not cheap but mine was free. I cut the mounting studs off and made up the hose and fitting. I place a small block of wood on top so I don't crush the fitting. Fire and rescue use a similar bag to raise rollover vehicles.
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