DO YOU WANT US TO REBUILD YOUR COMPRESSOR/DRYER?
We now offer a compressor/dryer rebuilding service where we rebuild YOUR existing unit. Same rebuilding process, Same Warranty....we just use your compressor/dryer instead. Rebuild cost includes rebuilt compressor, dryer & mounting insulators. While normal turnaround is usually 48-72 hours, if your in a hurry, it maybe a good idea to email first for an ETA.
Click this link, or go to the main menu on the upper left of page. Rebuilding Services Available
HOW DO I KNOW I CAN TRUST YOU?
How about a reference?.....how about thousands of references?......unbiased references? The one's that know us the best are the ones on the Ford & Lincoln forums(been there longer). You can see what we mean if you visit: markviii.org , Lincoln VS Cadillac, FordTrucks.com, Lincolnsonline & many, many more.
Or, you can simply Google American Air Suspension or it's owner Eddie Spinks, you'll see we're well known around the world as the Suspension Experts.
ARE YOUR COMPRESSORS BETTER THAN OTHERS?
The biggest reason is that we go through the compressor during the rebuilding process......rather than just clean & paint everything that comes in the door! That's right, the majority of the so called "rebuilders" out there, simply clean & paint...then box up the part and call it rebuilt.
Another reason is good ole' experience. If you do something long enough, you can't help but to get good at it. We've been rebuilding Ford/Lincoln compressor/dryers since 1997 and have rebuilt thousands of them over the years. On a bet, we even rebuilt one blindfolded! ;-) Nobody, and I mean Nobody, knows more about your air suspension system.
Another is that the owner, Eddie Spinks was a veteran technician for Ford & Lincoln for over 20 years. He was able to experience both sides of the fence so to speak. Not only doing the compressor rebuilding himself, but also the troubleshooting & installs.
We were contacted by Ford Motor Company themselves years ago trying to find out how we make our compressors last so long. (no thanks)
I SAW A CHEAP "ALL BLACK" COMPRESSOR ADVERTISED FOR MY CAR, BUT IT LOOKS DIFFERENT THAN MINE?
The cheap compressors plastered all over the internet are a "one size fits all" kind of thing. They use one compressor for most models, but send different brackets to "make it fit" different vehicles. Most claim to be "American Made", but have a small white sticker that clearly says "Made in China".
We've torn these apart before and can assure you they are comprised of the absolute cheapest parts on the face of the planet! Even something as simple as o-rings, they look & feel more like plastic than anything.