Lincoln Navigator 4WD (1997-2002) Suspension Parts and Air Suspension Conversion Kit Reviews - Strutmasters
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People were friendly and you had a good price.
“The rear Air Suspension on my 99 Lincoln Navigator malfunctioned a Lil over a week ago and I was undecided on how to go about fixing the problem until I did some research on YouTube which sent me to the Strutmasters link, thanks to Jason the alternative suspensions that I’ve heard about over the years really works. Again thank you to Jason and the Strutmasters team it’s a pleasure doing business with you and looking
Forward to continuing”
1997-2002 Lincoln Navigator & Ford Expedition 4 Wheel Air Suspension Conversion Kit 4WD Review Patrick
i received my conversion kit today for my dads navigator it took 2.5 hrs to put in and the truck rides like it did new. i did it in my driveway with jack stands and a 3 ton jack i will recommend to anyone with an air suspension problem and your sales person diego was very helpful thanks so much
“1/19/2010- I just installed this kit in my suv. The ride is much better and I don’t hear the pump runing any more. There is no bounce from sagging air shocks and the ride height it back to original. This was not an easy job but most garage guys should be able to handle it. A spring compressor for the rear is a must and for the front it better to drop the lower control arm. Mine is a 97 and from the north east. I purchased the front & Rear
conversion kit only. I should have purchased the full kit with the ball joints and controll arms. The salt has eaten it all up. I do suggest a BIG can of luquid wrench to spray all bolts prior to doing the job. I am very happy with the sales people and this product.”
Quick shipping, Great looking springs and front conversion shocks. Took me all of 2 hours to install rear springs… and it rides fantastic !!! Looking forward to the front shocks installation experience and the restored smooth ride on my 1999 Navigator. Thanks again !!! P.S. Awsome installation video !!!
“What the video DOESN’T show you, is that the drivers side requires A LOT of patience for the rear spring. This was most definately not a job for one person on the garage floor. Having an extra hand to hold things in place and press down on the axle worked well though. Passenger side, no problem, just like the video.
Fronts went in way easier than in the video. You don’t HAVE to remove the upper A arm unless you are replacing it. The shock slides out through the bottom and new coil over slides right in. Requires a bit of man handling, but was able to do each side in 10 minutes.
Also, turning off the suspension light isnt a simple fix. Didnt know I had to rip apart my dash, so I havent done it yet.
Rides nicely though, so far no problems, think this is a GREAT fix.”
Other than that, your staff was courteous, helpful, knowledgeable and your service was great, Thanks for all you did with this order. Randy
“I replaced my rear Air springs with Strutmaster regular springs last weekend. The entire job took about 3 hours and most of that time was getting my Expedition lifted high enough work on it. The jacks that I have, lifted the Expedition high enough to to change the tire but not high enough to pull the axle down to provide room to install the new spring (For safety, I did use jack stands once the vehicle was lifted). Once that was solved the replacement went smoothly.
All in all I’m very happy with the springs and I’m glad to be rid of my problematic rear air suspension. If and when the front suspension goes, I will definitely replace it with you standard spring/shock front suspension kit.
“I am a repeat customer with Strutmasters. This should tell you that I have been pleased with my previous experience. The 96 Lincoln still rides great on the rear replacement springs I bought from you. The ’99 Expedition that I just converted from air to spring ride also rides great.