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1997-2002 Lincoln Navigator Rear Air Suspension Conversion Kit 4WD

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Brand Strutmasters
Manufacturer Part Number XN44-R1

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Shipping Weight 42 pounds
Date First Available July 27, 2010

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Air suspension systems can provide you with a smooth ride as long as they are functioning properly. However, it can be a very expensive chore to repair a broken down air suspension system. All of the parts in a factory air suspension system are interconnected. Damage to one part of the system will often cause damage to other parts. It is a domino effect that results in the failure of multiple components in your air suspension system. After about 3-7 years the air springs/air bags, air lines and air shocks begin to develop cracks and leaks due to age, weather and use. These small leaks are often not noticeable because the air suspension compressor compensates for the loss of air by running more often. The air suspension compressor is not designed to run continuously, so it quickly burns out. As the cracks in the air springs get worse they often allow moisture into the air system. The air suspension dryer is designed to remove moisture from the air system. It is filled with tiny silicon pellets that are super absorbent. Over time the dryer becomes saturated with moisture and can no longer prevent it from reaching the compressor. This can easily cause the compressor to burn out. In addition to this, the moisture can weaken the rubber used in the air springs and air shocks. When this happens you will most likely find yourself having to replace not only the air springs but also your air suspension compressor and dryer. For some vehicles it can cost more than $4,000 to $6,000 to repair the air suspension system. And even then it is not guaranteed to fix the problem permanently. Strutmasters has developed a solution to this expensive problem. Strutmasters air to non-air suspension conversion kits will replace your air suspension system with passive coil springs, coil-over-struts, and shock absorbers. The Strutmasters conversion kits will eliminate your air suspension problems forever.

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