Originally Posted by whiterhino
Seems like sitting there being confused
is where about 75% of the time is spent.
I can vouch for that...
who is the genious who told you air shocks would fail? I have set up countless air shocks, seen thousands and on my 3rd set myself and the only time I have seen a failure is from topping out (lots of hard jumping) and letting the axles hang off the internal circlip that holds them together. A limit strap will solve that problem.
It takes a lot of time or some good luck to dial in air shocks but once they are there and the suspension geometry is good they will work as good as anything else until you spend hours at speed in the desert.
I will say that if you do the one link like you want that air shocks will only hurt the performance more.