Hey everyone, I completed my Air Ride Suspension last summer with much help from everyone on this site. As promised I would like to post some pics of my project. If you have any suggestions on how to improve it or if you notice anything I've missed please let me know. I would never call myself a mechanic I'm just someone who likes to tinker with things so there's lots I don't know. I mounted my compressors on the rear frame rail behind the bumper. I have two viair 440 compressors. I have them wired to a solenoid that's controlled by a switch in the cab. the compressors come on at 120psi and off at 140psi. I installed 2 tanks one 3 gal and one 2 gal. I have 8 solenoid valves, up and down for each wheel. I installed the tanks behind the seats in that little cubby-hole. I had to drill holes and run 1/2" air hose to each wheel and 1 to each compressor. (my little helper is double checking my work) I had a welder weld me up some bag mounts to this spec. Here's a pic of the rear bag installed before I installed the rear shocks. I had to get longer shocks that would accommodate the full travel of the bag. Here's a pic of the front bags. I had to cut the bottom bag mount on an angle so the air bag would sit in the same position as the old stock spring. This was before I trimmed the top spring pocket. You have to install the air bag, do a little test drive and then examine the bag for signs of rubbing. No rubbing is acceptable whatsoever. There was a little rubbing so that meant trimming the very bottom of the spring pocket. I had to remove the shock that was located inside the stock spring. I read mixed things on the internet, some saying that front shocks were absolutely necessary and dangerous to drive without them to some saying that the are not required. I am not one to take a chance on safety especially on something like control of my vehicle, but I have to say after driving it without front shocks for sometime and testing different situations, I don't think I'm going to bother. I do think I might go to a bigger front bag because it struggles to lift the front of my heavy Ranchero. But the ride is very comfortable! I hope this helps someone else thinking of putting an air ride system in or at the very least I hope some find it interesting. If there's a way to add videos I can upload a video of my Ranchero going up and down.