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Old 03-15-2022, 03:56 PM   #15
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I had a look at my ride height valves yesterday. They’re as low as they’re going without changing the adjustment rods

SO, are you IN-SPEC with your ride height?
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SO, are you IN-SPEC with your ride height?
No. It’s a little high. I’m not messing with it right now though.
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No. It’s a little high. I’m not messing with it right now though.

I used these to get ride height to spec (couldn't with OE links). They come in two lengths-- very easy:


https://www.heightcontrolvalve.com/shopexd.asp?id=109
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I used these to get ride height to spec (couldn't with OE links). They come in two lengths-- very easy:


https://www.heightcontrolvalve.com/shopexd.asp?id=109
I saw older posts where you showed these. How far out was yours?
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I saw older posts where you showed these. How far out was yours?



Sorry, that was 8 years ago-- don't remember how far out, just that they couldn't be adjusted to spec with the original links.


Certainly try to adjust with the OE parts first, but if not, the adjustable links make it very easy to get correct.
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