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pierceman said:
I do all my own work. What kit do I need? 2" front 3" rear. I have an 03 AWD with the air ride rear, does that need tot be disabled?

Thanks, I did a search and found nothing.
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Hello Matt. I just got my 03 AWD Escalade and Im also looking for a lowering kit that my brother could install. I've found "Ground Force", but I haven't been able to reach the company. I'll have to keep cking to see if there's anything else out there.
 

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Try Stillen.com
 

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pierceman said:
thanks mad...Stillen.com 425.00, 2" front 3" rear took about 3 hours total, very easy with instructions, I did not use the front links, they are over kill.

pics here
http://www.s2ki.com/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=138266
Pierceman,

looks very hot. I want to drop mine as well. I've been looking at the Eibech (sp?) ground fource set up, with Billstein shocks. I know the Escalade will always be a truck, but did the new springs help tighten up the handling at all? I think the ride is good already but .... like anything else, it can always be that much better. Comments? Anyone out there added an aftermarket sway bar?
 

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Ride is about the same, looking back on it, the eibach set up might be cheaper because you do not need the extra torsion parts provided in the ground force kit ( although recomended, a pain in the ass to put in and very dangerous without the right tools) just turn the fronts screws down on the torsion holders till they are just above the frame rail and be sure to cut your bump stops in half. The sway bars I highly recomend to help eliminate the wishy washy side to side motion, they run about 200 each from Hellwig (sp.)

but to sum up ride is the same.

side note:
I did have a big shake in the front end after a tire rotation at about 45mph, it turned out to be a tire separation :crying: I hope it is warrantied though toyo.
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on second thought though, the front torsion end link would allow you to stiffen up the front a bit more and allow for more adjustment to the front end, but again, a major pain and dangerous to put on.
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pierceman said:
on second thought though, the front torsion end link would allow you to stiffen up the front a bit more and allow for more adjustment to the front end, but again, a major pain and dangerous to put on.
MAtt
I have an 03 EXT that I would like to lower in the rear only. Just looking to have a level stance. Do you think just using the rear springs
from the stillen kit would accomplish this. What about the auto loadleveling air shocks. My fear would be that the air shocks would just jack up the rear end again? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
JS
 

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js73751 said:
I have an 03 EXT that I would like to lower in the rear only. Just looking to have a level stance. Do you think just using the rear springs
from the stillen kit would accomplish this. What about the auto loadleveling air shocks. My fear would be that the air shocks would just jack up the rear end again? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
JS
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