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I've never heard of this company but my wheel guy recommended it and here it is... I wish the rear would go lower but the air suspension keeps raising it up. Any suggestions?
Last pic is of my Borla Exhaust
 

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Get some regular shocks and do away w/ the airride. Service ride control might stay on though. Or you could pull the fuse going to the rear air compressor. The compressor is located behind the LR wheel.
 

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I disconnected the airride when the airbags went in and I still get the service ride control alerts in my alert center. I agree, you should put some bigger rims on there. Bigger rims will help fill the wheel well and make it look more lowered, even with the airride connected.
 

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I was going to get Lexani Roma IIs but my wheel guy convinced me to get asanti wheels instead... so in about another month or so i should be gettin wheels..
 

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vietfob714 said:
I've never heard of this company but my wheel guy recommended it and here it is... I wish the rear would go lower but the air suspension keeps raising it up. Any suggestions?
Last pic is of my Borla Exhaust
Hows the Borla Exahuast? SOunds good?
 
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