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guys im a little slow on how things work, i tend to install parts not understand the science of how they work, just as long as i know they'll work. my question is, these spacers that these guys are fabbing up and that can be had in the ground control kits, are they a cure all for fooling the rear auto leveling shocks? basically, install the springs as you would normally, adding these spacers in, and you have a lowered V with no problems in regards to the rear shocks?
 

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2007 Escalade, 2006 CTS-V
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175 Posts
guys im a little slow on how things work, i tend to install parts not understand the science of how they work, just as long as i know they'll work. my question is, these spacers that these guys are fabbing up and that can be had in the ground control kits, are they a cure all for fooling the rear auto leveling shocks? basically, install the springs as you would normally, adding these spacers in, and you have a lowered V with no problems in regards to the rear shocks?
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