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- 01-31-14 10:14 AM #1
AutoRide Sensor links
I recently returned my caddy to stock height after having the belltech 2/3 drop. My question is that since I cant find the factory autoride sensor links, will using the belltech ones be ok? Or will i have to purchase new ones?
Also what should be the space between them as well
Thanks in advance
- 02-01-14 01:21 AM #2Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): 2010 Silver Escalade ESV Platinum
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- Templeton CA
Re: AutoRide Sensor links
I think you will find that the rear will ride lower with the shorter links. I would just buy some all thread and make them the stock length. If you get the bell tech directions for the rear it will tell you how much to cut them. Just make them that much longer than what you have now.
- 02-03-14 12:58 PM #3
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