not really, nothing ive ever heard of. After you've put a few miles on it take a look over everything and make sure nothings rubbing on anything. Then when you change your oil make it a habit to glance over your lines and bags to make sure everything's still good. I also recommend draining your air tank every couple of weeks. Get all the water out that's accumulated
I own a 89 Lincoln LSC, it’s got bags all around And I’m still using the originals ! Best advice is to keep them clean , don’t let grit accumulate on the bag as it will rub the folded over rubber portion and cause issue down the road with slow leaks or worse. Bags in general are pretty stout and can take quite a bit of abuse .
I'm planning to bag my 03 Xtreme this fall so I'm slowly picking up everything I'll need. I'm planning on a 4 link from Thor Bros and I'll need to relocate the fuel tank, I've read that people mount them between the frame rails but does anyone have a good link for a new cell or the measurements...
Its on YouTube by turnin rust. Its an hr long and they go into good detail of bagging and ls swap its a 52 body on a s10 frame. Its called
Slamming the gmc on custom air-ride|1952 gmc 3100 restoration part 3|turnin rust