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Thread: Switching from air suspension to non-air vs. lowering.

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    Snowboarder is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Switching from air suspension to non-air vs. lowering.

    My escalade is getting up their in mileage. After doing some research on this forum, I think i'll probably go with the non-air conversion kit if/when my air suspension ever goes.

    Question: Do any parts of this kit overlap with what would be needed for lowering the Escalade? If so, I would most likely do that at the same time. Just planning ahead.

    '04 6.0l Escalade here (non ext/esv)


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    capriRS is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Switching from air suspension to non-air vs. lowering.

    Depends on how low you wanna go? 2/3 is spindles or torsion keys in front, and springs with shock extenders in rear. Any thing lower is both keys and spindles up front and rear will have a different spring shock extenders an shorter shocks. Any thing lower than 2/3 id do the free travel mod to!


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