My front springs have some serious sag, i mean BAD. I got sick of looking at the front sagging so badly so i found a good deal on some front monroe airshocks. I would have just dont the springs, but i dont have that kind of money right now, airshocks seemed like a good solution for now.
I checked my springs a week or so ago to make sure i didn't have a broken leaf and they were all ok. So i went and picked up my airshocks yesterday, and halfway through installing them i noticed a broken leaf. It must have happened in the last few days because it wasn't broken before. Being that i was halfway though the shock install i went ahead and finished it up. The directions stated that you should run the preasure between 25 and 150psi.
I aired them up and took it for a test drive, put more air in, then took some out trying to find the best preasure for the best ride. Seemed to feel the best around 50-80psi. I tried 150 and nearly rattled my teeth out just going up and down the driveway. The 50-80 range however is perfect, it's never ridden so smoothly, and i can get quite a bit of lift if i add just a little more air. I'll still need to replace the springs as soon as my budget allows, but for now it's 100% better ride than it ever was.
Question is, has anyone else here ever tried air shocks on the front? Any issues with them i should know about?