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Front air bag fun on 89 regal 28 p37 chassis.
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Hello again fellow Barthers.
Continuing on with putting some love back in our old, new Barth.
After tackling the front brakes and master I noticed the airbags were trashed.
Ordered the parts. About a Benjiman.
Trying to stuff those airbags up into that small hole was a bugger.
Made me have even more respect for child birth...
Heat gun. A good heat gun.
Hot water. Zip ties.
Oh and gloves if u don't want to burn your hands rolling up the hot rubber bags.
Soapy water and Viola.
Getting the zip ties off was fun. I learned on the 2nd bag to cut as I cleared the hole..
Seems daunting sometimes. Getting this big lady ready for camping.
Thanks for this forum.
Please go vote everybody.
Economy is doing great.
Let's keep in going.
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Welcome to the bruised knuckle club. Mechanic

The front bags are indeed a job to weasel in there. I used some hose clamps and a screw gun to squeeze them through the hole.

You should notice the improvement in the front end. I think I ran about 60-70 psi in mine.

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