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Anyone ever heard anything about Conitech bags? Like the quality etc. Also if anyone is runnin' these bags can i expect a good amount of lift in the front with them?
The shop i went to about baggin the front for me said that they always just use Conitech bags...so i wanted to see if they are any good.
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they are good bags we started to use them in our installs...my bro has them in is truck...not a bad bag for the price... get aobut the same lift as a firestone....
 

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I had Contitechs in the front of mine then went to a Phoenix b/c I blew one and that's all I could find around town...Contitech was better than the AIM, but now I have Slams, and I would never go back again!!
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i've got Slams up front and Conitech's out back.... i've got no complaints so far, and my truck gets some sick lift, it's higher than it was at stock w/the stock tires on.... then again, it's a ranger and not an S-10 so i'm not sure how they'd work out on your truck, but definately a good bag for the price (basically a firestone at 1/3 of the price)
 

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TRinityMtrSprts said:
i've got Slams up front and Conitech's out back.... i've got no complaints so far, and my truck gets some sick lift, it's higher than it was at stock w/the stock tires on.... then again, it's a ranger and not an S-10 so i'm not sure how they'd work out on your truck, but definately a good bag for the price (basically a firestone at 1/3 of the price)
How much are they, stones are only $70?
 

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Werd. I've had them on my old SS, now on my noma. Just fine.
 

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the Contitech is a pretty good bag for the money. I would definitely recommend running a shock with it though b/c the ride , of course, is bouncy.
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when i worked in this shop we used conitechs on a dodge ram and had em up to 400 psi with no probs.
 
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