Not quite sure what you're getting at - can you elaborate a little? The Mark VIII had air suspension from the factory - any "conversion kit" for the Mark VIII is to eliminate the air suspension by converting it to use coil springs.
The MN12 is the opposite and uses coil springs from the factory. The front coil-over-shock assemblies (coilovers) are a direct bolt-in replacement on the Mark VIII; the rear springs will fit in the Mark VIII but an upper spring mount needs to be installed. I've also never run across a kit to convert an MN12 to air suspension - although there are air bags designed to sit inside the rear coils to supplement loading or help prevent squat on drag cars.
Hey folks! I've been driving in locations I dont usually venture to (I mass transit usually) and without other cars of a similar year to reference to, I don't know whats standard. Any good metrics you use to decide if you should service?
Hi there everyone. I am fixing up the girfriend's car and I encountered a rubber hockey puck like object on the driver's side rear suspension with an L tab, 2 bolts to frame and 1 to the middle of the puck.
Well, the tab has rotted out more or less and the center of the rubber isolator is...
I'm looking to get an actual lowering kit for for 95 merc, I already lowered it once by cutting the springs(which I regret cuz now after a few years the rear ones are sagging badly) what are ya'lls recommendations on what kit to use that has progressive springs
If you are only interested in fitting the front struts/coilovers onto your car, skip to post #11. The first installments are fitting the rears which take more modification and there are easier options. If you want full coilovers, read on
As long as I have been on this forum (granted, Ive been...
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