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Cadillac Escalade, EXT and ESV Forum - 1999 - 2006 Discussion, lowering pics, just got it done. in Cadillac Escalade Forums; after alot of looking around i bought a eibach pro kit with front and rear swaybars. the speed shop has ...
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    lowering pics, just got it done.

    after alot of looking around i bought a eibach pro kit with front and rear swaybars. the speed shop has had this kit from when
    they opened in 08, i got the whole kit including shocks and swaybars for 775, pretty good deal i think.
    anyways i put it on myself, super easy. took out all the airide and compressor, pulled the RTD fuse, no problems.
    the kit was up to 3" front and 3" rear. looks really good and with my 24's on it fills the wheel wells nicely. here is a picture.


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    Re: lowering pics, just got it done.

    That does look really nice. I love that color of Esky. Because you pulled the RTD fuse you do not get "SERVICE RIDE CONTROL" on the DIC right?

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    What is the ride quality like now compared to before the lowering? I remember when I lowered my old s10 blazer. The ride suffered but it wasn't so bad I could not use the. Truck as a daily driver.

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    Re: lowering pics, just got it done.

    yeah, i pulled the RTD fuse and no service ride control light....
    the ride isnt bad, its got a little bounce with the little low pro tires and lowering but not bad at all

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    Re: lowering pics, just got it done.

    that is sweet.

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    Re: lowering pics, just got it done.

    That looks great! More pics...

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    Re: lowering pics, just got it done.

    Looks awesome man! Im thinking about lowering mine. It looks ALOT cleaner without as much wheel gap. BIGGG question, Where exactly is the RTD fuse located? I've been trying to pull the fuse for my service ride control and can never get a straight answer? Also, So you took out all the components for the air ride when putting the new springs on? are they springs or shocks?

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    Re: lowering pics, just got it done.

    That does look really nice.

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